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Has air allergies, breathlessness. On antihistamine. Taken less dosage. What will it result in?

Hi there, My 7 year old son has severe air allergies to everything that is blooming, dying, etc. He is 8 months into getting allergy shots. The orange groves around us are all in full bloom and he is having a hard time breathing. Antihistamines(we've tried many) make him wired - opposite reaction than most. I tried sudafed a few months back 1 tablet, 30mg and it was truly a life saver as it calms him(again opposite reaction). Well, he took 2 pills this morning instead of 1, so 60mg. He didn't tell me until I dropped him off at school. Should I go get him, or will he be okay? The package says only give 2 tablets to 12 years and over. Thanks!
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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You should go to find out the cause of allergies rather than treatment
Treatment can continue for life but if you go if you go for allergy tests you wll get reason
in my experience this is milk allergy.
Get blood serum tested for milk specific antibodies for milk
you can also check for other common foods like whsat potato rice nuts chana egg
go for elimination diet.and ater for desensitisation thereapy for allergies
mean time you can give montelucast 5 mg tds
fexofenadine 30n mg tds
syp ascoril 1 tsf bd
and tossex 1 tsf night
can use off and on
Answered: Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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