22 Jun 2012
Adults and children age 12 and older with seasonal allergies typically start with Allegra 60 mg or Allegra 180 mg tablets (either 60 mg twice a day or 180 mg once a day). The recommended dosage for children 2 to 11 years old is Allegra 30 mg twice a day.
For adults and children 12 years old and over with seasonal allergies, the recommended dosing is Allegra 12 Hour (60 mg) twice a day or Allegra 24 Hour (180 mg) once a day.
Maybe confirming the right dosage to be taken by your daughter you should talk to the doc/pharmacist, please.
take care, wish her the best!
- Allegra Information for Consumers
- Allegra Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Allegra (detailed)
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