Pseudoephedrine/loratadine

What is Pseudoephedrine/loratadine?

Pseudoephedrine/loratadine is an orally administered drug combination used for the treatment of allergic rhinitis and the common cold.

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I just started Claritin D and just had about 5 minutes of excessive Sweating, is this a side effect? I do not have a...

doctor1 MD

Hi,
Welcome to Healthacare Magic,

Claritin-D is a Anti-Histaminic medication and it doesnt cause any sweating. The possible side effects would be...

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Hi,
1) How many days maximum can I be taking Clarinase?
2) Clarinase suitable to treat Rhinitis?
3) If symptoms (postnasal drip/blocked & runny...

doctor1 MD

Thank you for your question!

1) You can use Clarinase until symptoms subside.
2) Yes, Clarinase is anti histamine drug, and is helpful in treating...

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my throat started hurting a few days ago which i figured was due to sinus/ allergy . i took claritin to dry it up. last night i took ClaritinD....

doctor1 MD

Hi
I think you got Viral infection.
Your upper respiratory tract has been involved due to secondary bacterial infection.
If you had problem with...

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