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Taking acetominiphin, valium for extracted tooth which is causing sinus infection. Are any of these antihistamine?


i am takingsome meds for a short period for extracted tooth causing an acute sinus infection. I have to take an allergyttest and cant have anything that is an antihistamine. i have acetominiphin/codeine, and a valium.(1) .and fluticasone propionate. Are any of these an antihistamine?
Mon, 3 Feb 2014
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Hello,
Welcome to HCM,
Fluticasone propionate is a steroid which can be used during allergic reaction.
Other drugs what you are having is Diazepam, Paracetamol and codeine.
Thank you.
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Taking acetominiphin, valium for extracted tooth which is causing sinus infection. Are any of these antihistamine?

Hello, Welcome to HCM, Fluticasone propionate is a steroid which can be used during allergic reaction. Other drugs what you are having is Diazepam, Paracetamol and codeine. Thank you.