Allergic Rhinitis Questions
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Zyrtec and Claritin are both antihistamines, but which one is more effective for conditions such as allergic rhinitis or postnasal drip?
Both Allegra and Claritin are antihistamines but which one is more effective or has more side effects?
Allegra and Zyrtec are both antihistamines, but is one more effective or less likely to cause sedation than the other?
Both Flonase and Nasacort are available over-the-counter without a doctor's prescription. Which one is better?
Flonase and Nasonex are both nasal sprays but is one stronger than the other?
I noticed for several years a decrease in allergy symptoms from 50 of tramadol my sneezing and itching eyes and cough are much better. It works at least as well as a chlorpbeniramine, dipheniramine or Zyrtec and is non sedating.
I have post nasal drip and dr thinks i am alergic to dusts mites. recommended singular, but I don't like taking it. Is zyrtec or claritin a good alternative
i have to take singulair for severe allergies causing my asthma but for 4 weeks have big bald patches appearing on my head and need to know if this is related
My doctor in India prescribs it for 2 weeks (10mg/1 per day) & told me not to continue for more than 1-2 months? I see in this or various other user groups where people have been taking Singulair (montelukast) for many years continuously. I would like to continue Singulair (montelukast) more... read more
I was taking it all in the evening before bed, however, I decided to start taking the Allegra in the morning when I get up just to space things out a little.
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