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Are antihistamines safe long-term

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effects in the long run/ whether it is safe to give them everyday if required. 2. She recently had ...Hello, I have 2 concerns: 1. We give her antihistamines almost everyday to control her itching ...

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How long should it take or does it take for the swelling on my tongue to go down and tongue back to normal after taking antihistimine? ...

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I combined way to many antihistamines both over the counter and prescription with ibuprofen and Nsaid pain relievers for about three weeks. How long will it take to be completely clear of those ...

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I had been having a headache since Tuesday (13th March) which I ignored earlier as it was minor, but I had noticeable pangs when I move my head around. I also had very minor congestion (NO runny nose NOR stuffy nose, but very slight uneasiness in...

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. It become painful at night time. I read and article that talk about the use of an antihistamine to get some relief, however I take sleeping pills at night and I take a tyroid medication (under) also. Is it safe ...

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him an antihistamine. how long should it take to work? ...

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to a normal size. Anti-histamines helped for a while, but since they cause drowsiness and dryness, I would appreciate if I could get an alternative medicine that could serve as a potentially long term solution ...

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Hello...I was just trying to explain, in simple terms what the difference is between antihistamines/what they do/how they work/possible side effects and the same for decongestants....I wonder if there s a simple ...

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long-term) . . .what would be the common ingredient that I am now allergic to? Are there similar drugs ...I believe I have developed an allergy to antihistamines. I have recently been having the same ...

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My daughter is 2 year 8 months old. Suffering from cough and running nose. Doc prescribed 3 types of cough syrup daily three times a day. On of the cough syrup is antihistamin. I want to ask is it ok ...

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IIs it o.k. to take a mild over the counter antihistamine while on narcotics? I currently take Morphine 60 mg extended release twice a day. Four times a day 10 mg. oxycontin for break away pain. I have ...

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I am currently taking Amoxicillin 500 mg after having a tooth pulled, but I also have a cold that is keeping the right side of my nose stopped up and has prevented me from getting good, restorative sleep for two nights. I would like to take an to...

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Can I take an antihistamine while on warfrain ( currently 9 mg) ? Some bug bit me above the forehead and now my right eye is swollen almost shut. This has happened multiple times in the past. I m ...

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bad some days. Is there a safe anti-histamine I can take. I have claritan and benadryl in my cabnit ...

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Hi. I have been taking anti histamine drug for 4mos now due to my skin rashes which the doctor diagnosed as contact dermatitis. But i do wonder why i have been taking the medicine that long yet still my ...

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It's not a good idea. But you should be safe. You may feel a little drowsy so I don't want you driving or operating dangerous machinery. Drink plenty of water and rest as much as possible and the excess drug will be out of your system in a day.

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Dear Patient, another option for treating allergies ist the Allergen immunotherapy (also termed desensitization or hypo-sensitisation), i recommend seeing a allergy specialist to evaluate that option for you. Hope this is helping you , if you have any clarificatons you can get back to me, if this was helpful please kindly rate my answer. Best regards

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