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User Reviews for Diphenhydramine to treat Pruritus

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Reviews for Diphenhydramine

Benadryl Allergy (diphenhydramine): "These blister packs are insanely hard to open! I don't get it!! Children safe is one thing, making it hard for an adult is another..Ill never buy these again just to protest.."

   
5.0

Dave March 12, 2019

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"The doctor ordered 50 ccs of Benadryl when I was in the ER for a bad breakout of Eczema among other things. As soon as the medicine got in my veins-I was useless! My mouth got instantly dry, I couldn’t speak anyway. It felt like it does when they put you to sleep. I was out for 3 hrs in the ER! I received a couple phone calls while I was there and didn’t remember them after. Luckily I didn’t drive myself there, but I felt strange the rest of the day. It definitely stopped the itching because I wasn’t awake to feel it!!"

   
8.0

Suzyq (taken for 1 to 6 months) January 10, 2019

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