Hay Fever 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?
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 just took my 2nd pill, 24 hours after the first. Still have very itchy eyes, runny nose, bad cough, headache, etc. Should I give up and try another antihistimine? I used Loratadine last fall and it worked then.
I have allergies 6 months out of the year (April - October in southern California). I have used loratadine on and off, but never more than a few days at a time, because I usually avoid medications whenever possible. I am wondering about the long-term effects of loratadine (i.e. taking it every day... read more
I took loratadine for relief from seasonal allergies and it had no effect whatsoever on my symptoms. I spoke to 2 different pharmacies and one said it needed to build up in my system to be effective or in other words I needed to take it for several days before any symptom relief would take effect.... read more
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