User Reviews for Chlor-Trimeton Allergy Decongestant
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Reviews for Chlor-Trimeton Allergy Decongestant
For Allergic Rhinitis "I took this product as Nolamine when it first came on the market, and took it through my pregnancy with my daughter, no ill side effects (though I would not recommend that for everyone.) When it was removed from the market, I could not find an allergy medicine that worked as well. I have tried Zyrtec and Claritin, neither of which worked. I discovered that Clor-Timetron has the active ingredient that Nolamine had, and have been taking that. It is the only medicine that works for me."
snuffly March 28, 2008
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