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Use of OTC drugs with loratadine?

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29 Sep 2009

Please add a comment with the name of the over the counter medicine you are inquiring about using with loratadine and I'll try to help.

Generally, I don't think there would be any interaction with any of the over the counter medicines and loratadine.

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