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Dry Cough

Do You Have A Dry Cough?

Cough associated with minimal or even no mucus or phelgm - which may be described as 'dry' or 'non-productive' cough

What is a dry cough?

A cough is a non-productive live cough, and no mucus or phlegm is produced.

What are the symptoms of a dry cough?

  • A dry cough doesn't expel any mucus or phlegm from your throat or airways
  • A dry, hacking cough can be irritating, and when you experience this type of cough it can leave your chest muscles arching

What causes a dry cough?

  • Dry coughs are often caused by viral illnesses such as cold and flu
  • Some other causes include allergies, or from inhaling dust or smoke

BENYLIN® offers the following dry cough treatment:

BENYLIN® Paediatric

BENYLIN® Paediatric for relief of cough, hayfever and allergies. 

BENYLIN® Dry Cough

BENYLIN® Dry Cough for the relief of an irritating dry cough.

S2BENYLIN® Paediatric. Each 5 ml contains: Diphenhydramine Hydrochloride 7 mg. Reg. No . H/10.1/12.
S2BENYLIN® Dry Cough. Each 5 ml contains: 
Dextromethorphan HBr 15 mg. Reg. No . Z/10.1/5.