Quindal is a combination of phenylpropanolamine, codeine and guaifenesin, a decongestant, narcotic cough suppressant and expectorant, which is used to relieve congestion due to colds or flu.
Quindal is taken in the form of an oral solution. The amount you take and the frequency of the dosages will depend on your prescription. Do not take any more or less than what has been prescribed to you by your doctor.
Some of the common side effects associated with this type of medication include nervousness, difficulty sleeping, drowsiness, constipation, nausea and headache. If the side effects continue, contact your doctor for medical assistance.
Occasionally, doctors will prescribe Quindal for other purposes.