H1 antagonist

What is H1 antagonist?

A substance which interferes with or inhibits the physiological action of another.

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what are the side effects of doxinate. Usually vomit control medicines used during pregnancy have side effects such as constipation , drowsiness...

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Thanks for using the HCM. I am happy to address your questions, doxinate is used as a short-term treatment for sleep problems (insomnia), for...

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hello, I am having a skin problem. When exposed to water my palms start to get swollen, white and bumpy. I also have a rash that has been...

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Thanks for asking ,
You are suffering from urticaria , It  can be treated by antihistamines like ebastin 10 daily These may need to be given as a...

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Why do I need to arrange for periodic blood tests during prolonged therapy of Piriton? Why do I need to arrange for periodic blood tests during...

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HI Thanks for the question. Piriton contains chlorophrniramine, an antihistaminic, h1 antagonist, which itself directly donot have any side effects...

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