Antihistamines (allergy medicine)

Antihistamines are a widely used group of drugs that are taken to help treat allergies and other common conditions.

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Can you take allegra d and vicodin together?

Based on the components of each, I don't see why not. Allegra D contains fexofenadine, an antihistamine, and pseudoephedrine, a nasal decongestant. Vicodin contains hydrocodone, an opiate pain reliever, and acetaminophen, a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug. Just be cautious because too much pseudoephedrine can cause cardiac arrhythmias, and too much Vicodin can cause liver problems.

Answer (2)With a doctor's prescription Allegra can be legally purchased from online pharmacies.
You don't have a prescription? You must visit your physician.

How to Save Money on a Prescription?

Ask your doctor to prescribe a generic medication instead of the name brand. Almost all of them are identical in their active ingredients and can really save money on a prescription.
Shop around at as many pharmacies as possible. Don't forget to include online pharmacies in your search, as they often have the best prices, and you can save a lot of money on a prescription.
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Can you take adipex and allegra D together?

That really depends. Those drugs together don't have any SERIOUS interactions. The thing is, both of those drugs have side effects that include causing high blood pressure and raising heart rate. When you take both of them together, these effects can become more likely.

That doesn't mean you can't take them together. However, it does mean that you should talk to your doctor about it first.

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Can you give dogs antihistamine?

if i was you i wouldn't because it may make your dogs worse and could give your dog a bad stomach

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What is the active ingredient in Waldryl?

Diphenhydramine - an antihistamine, the same ingredient that is in Benadryl

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Can you take Xopenex with Zicam?

No taking two medications together will cause a higher risk in health problems and may lead to a drug overdose

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What is the difference between Cetirizine hydrochloride and Cetirizine dihydrochloride?

The active ingredient in both pills is the same (Cetirizine). The difference between hydrochloride and dihydrochloride is the difference between the non active ingredients in the pills that are added to the drug so that there is enough bulk to make a pill. The above 'advice' is simply rubbish. Any (old Skool) A-Level chemistry student knows the difference between 'hydrochloride' and 'di-hydrochloride': Not the same molecule.However, in layman's terms: cetirizine di-hydrochloride is the real thing and is less likely to make you drowsy. Cetirizine hydrochloride is a copycat molecule to work around patent laws.From personal experience, cetirizine hydrochloride makes me drowsy, whereas cetirizine di-hydrochloride does not. :-)

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Can you use benzaclin after expiry date?

You cannot use Benzaclin after the expiry date. The expiry date is there to inform you of the latest date it is safe to use the product.

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Zyrtec (cetrirzine)

Who is the woman wearing the red shirt in the Zyrtec D commercial?

It looks like it's Anna Zielinski

http://anna-z.com/

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Can you give your dog an antihistamine?

yes, like giving a dog Benadryl when they have a reaction after they get their rabies immunization; some dogs react with swelling on their face, especially around their eyes. If the reaction is really bad, they will need more than an antihistamine, probably a steroid to help with wheezing due to swelling in their throat and difficulty breathing....

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Can you take allegra with metformin and verapamil?

I was wondering the same thing! The only thing that I found online was a statement stating that Allegra could possibly interfere w/ the efficacy of Metformin's blood glucose control - which could be diminished, causing hyperglycemia. . . . Therefore, it is best to consult w/ your physician, however, if you physician has written you the prescriptions, be sure he/she is closely monitoring you for any adverse reactions.

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Can you take Zyrtec d and nasonex together?

Its ok I have dune it before with no problems.

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What drugs cause pinpoint pupils?

The drugs that most commonly cause constricted pupils or "Pinpoint" are strong opiods such as Heroin, morphine, oxycodone, or high doses of norco / vicodin.

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Birth Defects

Examples of postural defects?

1. NECK ACHE When the head is placed forward there is abnormal load and strain on the bones, discs, muscles, and ligaments of the neck. (postural strain on the neck can also cause dizziness, especially when the head is stooped forward and up, arching the neck).

2. HEADACHE Many people report that headaches occur in relation to neckache.

3. JAW PAIN When the head is placed forward and up, the neck is arched and pushes the jaw forward pressing the lower teeth toward the upper teeth causing dental and jaw problems.

4. NASAL & SINUS PROBLEMS When the neck is arched the ducts in the upper throat are blocked, and that interferes with the drainage of nasal or sinus cavities.

5. THROAT PROBLEMS When the neck is arched the throat is also arched and that places pressure on the larynx, effecting the voice, and the tonsils and other structures in the throat.

6. CHEST PROBLEMS When the head is placed forward and the upper spine is curved forward, there is downward pressure on the chest cavity which compresses the heart, lungs, and diaphram, and that can have a chronic effect on heart function and breathing. The downward compression also presses the ribs together causing strain on the muscles and ligaments of the chest to produce a wide variety of chest pains and cramps.

7. KIDNEY PROBLEMS A stooped posture places considerable downward pressure on the adrenal glands and kidneys which can block the outlets as well to influence adrenal function and cause kidney aches and kidney stones.

8. STOMACH PAINS Postural pressure on the stomach and bowels can impede the flow of digestive material through the body, and can result in poor digestion, stunted growth, and a wide variety of chronic digestive disorders and abdominal pains.

9. LOWER BACK PAIN In an upright posture all pressure is directed evenly down the well balanced spinal bones which are separated by cushion like discs. However a forward leaning posture puts leverage strain on the spine, particularly in the neck and lower spine, often producing chronic lower back pain.

10. CHRONIC FATIGUE ETC. A stooped posture puts pressure on the chest and abdominal cavities which acts as a pneumatic tournique to impair blood flow from the feet to the brain causing drowsiness, poor concentration, faintness, dizziness, and fatigue.

Repetitive downward pressure from the chest stretches the blood vessels below the midriff and increases their volume and weakens the vessel walls resulting in a weakness in the upward flow of blood so that the person tends to feel faint when the move from the laying position to the standing position. This is called postural hypotension.

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5 ml equals how many teaspoons?

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Can antihistamines help asthma?

This answer basicallly comes from google and my anecdotal experience as a long-term asthmatic. ***I am not a doctor.*** The dogma used to be "no", dating from studies done way back. This was reinforced as late as 1997: http://www.erj.ersjournals.com/cgi/content/abstract/10/10/2216 However, this never quite made sense since histamine was a well-known role in provoking asthma attacks. So there were calls to re-evaluate this (2003): http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez?cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&list_uids=12974190&dopt=Abstract The answer now is a qualified "yes, sometimes definitely": http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/adis/trm/2006/00000005/00000003/art00001 Asthma is a complex disease, and so are all allergic conditions, and it is hardly surprising that different therapies achieve different results in different sufferers. My own recent experience was an eye-opener. I was a well-controlled asthmatic on seretide etc. But since moving to live in the Mediterreanean I experienced gradually worsening and more prolonged bouts of bronchitis, requiring ever more courses of antibiotics and high doses of seretide, berevent, ventolin, singulair etc. I became short of breath nearly all the time to some extent, with frequent green and grey copious mucous-producing cough, slight fever etc. After two years of this my specialist was convinced I had developed chronic obstructive disease, probably bronchiectasis. My spirometry was still mainly ok. Finally I went for a CT scan. Result: no bronchiectasis or emphysema etc. Normal! And, since I was an allergic type, I had to go on antihistamines for four days before taking the contrast medium intravenously. And they gave me two lots of corticosteroid injections four days apart. Guess what: no mucous, hardly any cough, and greatly improved sob. => my problem was almost certainly allergy, and responds to daily doses of antihistamines! I have become hugely sensitive to passive cigarette smoke, which seems to be the major trigger of this problem (though much less so if taklinbg antihistamines).

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Zyrtec (cetrirzine)

What name is the drug Zyrtec marketed under in Mexico?

virlix

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What is domerid tablets used for?

it is used for the treatment of Nausea and vomiting, epigastric sense of fullness, upper abdominal discomfort, regurgitation of gastric contents.

Care should be taken if you have previous gastric or liver complaints/conditions.

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What is promethazine?

It is a generic form of Phenergan. It is used for vomiting as well as sedation. Promethazine is Phenergan, which is an antihistamine used mainly for nausea, and sometimes as a pre-sedative before surgery. It is also used in conjunction with some pain meds (such as Demerol) to potentiate the effectiveness of the pain med (help it work more effectively).

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Zyrtec (cetrirzine)

Can you take Zyrtec with fluconazole?

These will be OK together. Remember that Zyrtec can cause drowsiness and dry mouth. It's a good idea to drink extra water when taking an antihistamine. That can also help to flush the fungal infection out of your body faster if you get your kidneys helping to clear your blood.

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Is it all right to give your dog Dramamine to keep it from getting motion sickness on a trip?

Yes you can give a medium size dog 25 mgs. However you can use Ginger root capsules instead.

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Can you mix NyQuil and antibiotics?

Yes. These are two separate classes of medication that do not interact with each other, nor do they have similar effects that could amplify. In fact, Nyquil, being something you take for colds and flus, is formulated to be taken alongside other medications the cold/flu sufferer may take.

While it's always a good idea to check with your doc or pharmacist, I'd say you're safe on this as long as you follow the dosing instructions properly.

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What purpos is CetiRite tablet used for?

CetiRite Tablet mainly contains levocetrizine,which is a third generation non-sedative drug used to relieve running nose and to relieve cold.

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Can you take antihistamines while pregnant?

My Doctor has OK'd the use of Claritin-D and Flonase with all 3 of my previous pregnancies. They have helped tremendously.

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Can you take robitussin and Zyrtec?

Haven't tried robitussin but zyrtec puts me to sleep.

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What happens if you take a double dose of antihistamine?

Two likely things: You would feel very parched and dry, and you would be very sleepy and groggy. At best, it is not a good idea, and at worst, it is a potentially dangerous idea to take double doses of any medication - even the over-the-counter ones.

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