Over-the-counter cough suppressants and expectorants are frequently recommended by physicians to treat acute cough and have been widely used by symptomatic patients for decades. However, there continues to be little data to support their efficacy, and more studies are needed to evaluate their effectiveness.
There is no good evidence for or against the effectiveness of over-the-counter medications in acute cough..
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