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Allergic to dust, weather changes, starts with irritation on the upper side of mouth, throat, chest causing breathing trouble. Improvement with Montair LC. Is it safe for long term?

hello sir my problem is that i am allergic to lot of things like weather change saw dust, taking something cold , the reaction is i start getting uncomfortable there is a littile irritation upper side in my mouth then this passes to my throat and then my chest, shortness in breathing , breath heavily after climbing stars, i had some relief after taking allegra , then i consulted a md he prescirbed montair lc this give me complete relief for one day i feel very comfortable recently i found that after eating rice i felt this is something which is creating this problem. i also suffer from digestion problem is it safe to take montair lc for a long period what will be its long term side effects
Asked On : Tue, 26 Jun 2012
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As is apparent from your description, you are prone to develop allergy to various substances. If you are feeling better with Montair LC, you may continue it as it`s a very safe medicine with hardly any serious side effects. It can easily be taken continuously for 6 to 8 weeks. Moreover if you have breathing trouble, you may take inhaler medicines like aerocort, seroflo, foracort etc. Avoid things you are allergic to as much as possible.
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