Can you take Zyrtec and Robitussin at the same time?
probably, i take morphine and adderall at the same time, also drinking whiskey too. if that combo didnt kill me then im pretty sure you could handle a lil bit of allergy medicine and some cough syrup. You are best off just drinking the whole bottle of Robitussin, you will trip HARD MAN!!!! you will forget all about your allergies.
grow some balls ninny boy and drink. BOTTOMS UP MONO FO SURE!!
No, you don't want to take two of the same medications. If the Zyrtec is not taking care of your allergies, don't take a second antihistamine on top of it. You need to switch from Zyrtec to some other antihistamine. It might be time to see your doctor and try a stronger antihistamine. Taking too much antihistamine can cause breathing difficulty.
What is the side effect of Zyrtec because you using for long time for allergies puposei mean if you use Zyrtec up to the end of your life what will the side effect of Zyrtec for you?
Because they both contain antihistamines, they will cause a reaction. Tylenol PM has the same antihistamine as Benadryl and it is not recommended that you take Zyrtec and Benadryl at the same time. Contact you doctor to verify if you can take your Zyertec in the morning (as usually prescribed) and the Tylenol in the evening. Zertec is a long acting antihistamine and should be out of your system before you go to bed. The…
No, you do not want to take two antihistamines together. You should not need both of them. If Zyrtec is not working for you, it's probably time to see your doctor for a prescription antihistamine. Taking too much antihistamine can sedate you too much, and you might pass out or have trouble breathing.
Why yes! Robitussin's active ingredient, dextromethorphan, is a cough suppresant and expectorant. (It also has mild hallucinogenic qualities when taken in high doses.) Ritalin is a stimulant designed to curb the affects of ADD or ADHD. You can certainly take both at the same time. But, you might trip balls if you take too much.
I'm currently seeking the same answer. Allegra's indications do specifically say not to take with medications containing magnesium which is in fact the secondary ingredient for prilosec. My question, is what would be the sufficient time lapse between medications if any? I certainly require both. I have recently become unresponsive to zyrtec and claritin has never worked. I also take Singulair which I've found does not pose a problem in conjuction with Allegra.