over-the-counter drug

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Noun1.over-the-counter drug - a drug that is sold without a prescriptionover-the-counter drug - a drug that is sold without a prescription
medicament, medication, medicinal drug, medicine - (medicine) something that treats or prevents or alleviates the symptoms of disease
ethical drug, prescription drug, prescription medicine, prescription - a drug that is available only with written instructions from a doctor or dentist to a pharmacist; "he told the doctor that he had been taking his prescription regularly"
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Constipation is also a side effect of many prescription and over-the-counter drugs. A diet with very low amount of fibre and fluids but very high amount of fats may also lead to constipation.
They included drivers who had taken illegal, prescription and over-the-counter drugs which could have an impact on a motorist's ability to drive.
He noted that cough syrups, contact cement, nubaine as well as regulated and over-the-counter drugs could also be abused by drug dependents.
Senator Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., praised the administration on its efforts to tackle the costs of both prescription and over-the-counter drugs as it announced multiple steps to address this growing burden on American consumers.
Due to the organisation's commitment to only helping addicts using over-the-counter drugs, they have been unable to secure public sector funding.
Red Book provides the latest pricing and product information on prescription and over-the-counter drug products within the industry, enabling healthcare professionals to quickly answer drug-related questions with information for 200,000+ prescription and over-the-counter drugs, nutraceuticals, and bulk chemicals.
Under HSA rules an HSA owner may use his or her HSA to pay for over-the-counter drugs so long as the HSA owner obtains a "prescription" even if the drug is available without a prescription.
APHA is urging lawmakers to make comprehensive reform of guidelines for over-the-counter drugs.
To manage warfarin properly, researchers recommend that patients keep intake of vitamin K consistent; be aware that antibiotics can increase their international normalized ratio (an indicator of how long it takes the blood to clot); avoid herbal medicine and ask questions about over-the-counter drugs, and exercise regularly.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 25, 2015-EAS Consulting names new senior advisor for Over-the-Counter Drugs and Labeling

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