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Is it normal to have dizzy spells after taking Claritin d?

Having severe dizziness spells even after 3 to 4 days after last dose. Is this normal?Took Claritin-D for 3 days to clear sinus congestion. about a week later had runny nose and started taking it again. had 2 doses then dizziness started and will not go away. stopped taking it. Could this be a... read more

When can I purchase Claritin D again?

i need to know when i can purchase Claritin d again

Does the combination of my medicines have any bad side effects?

I take Xyrem, modafinil, methylphenidate, Claritin D, Singular, pantoprazole, spironolactone, Lyrica, Cymbalta, sumatriptan as needed, Zofran as needed, Trulance, diclofenac, and Emgality injection. Would taking any of these together give me side effects? I’m trying to figure out if some of... read more

Went to purchase claritin d and was denied. what is the time limit between purchases?

I purchased a package about two months ago. thanks

Is loratadine 10mg pill the same thing as a claritin D?

The loratadine pill has L612 written on it

Claritin D/Sudafed/Nyquil, can I take sumatriptan for bad sinus headache / migraine?

My husband has a very bad sinus headache (since yesterday), and he took Nyquil last night, and again this morning. It did not abate, so he took a Claritin D. 2 hours later he took a Sudafed. (I found this out a bit ago). He says his headache is now much worse and wants to take one of his migraine... read more

Amoxicillin/Clavulanate - My sinus is completely clodded can I use claritin D along with the?

... antibiotic amoxicillin clavulan

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