Is it okay to take Allegra and Singulair at the same time ??

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25 Apr 2012

Yes, Allegra is an antihistamine and Singulair is a leukotriene receptor antagonist so they are two different types of drug.

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gsinese 26 Apr 2012

Thank You, DzooBaby !1

25 Apr 2012

There are apparently no reactions between them. There is an interaction checker in the dark blue at the top of this page, for future help for you.

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gsinese 26 Apr 2012

Thank You ,Kaismama !

kaismama 26 Apr 2012

You're welcome.

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