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... of times a day even though i am on singulair. the only reaction i have had in the past to nasal sprays is after 2 weeks nosebleeds which is why i don't use them long term. i have never had the same reaction to inhaled steroids as those given by injection or orally. they make me crazy a long as i am on them. ... (6 replies)
... and we are both sleeping great. He hasn't had any side effects, but I wonder if it is safe to take Claritin D long term or if there are any good alternatives to Claritin D? ... (2 replies)
... ars...Allegra, Flonase, Astelin and Singulair in addition to my immunotherapy. I've been on either Claritin or Allegra daily since around 1995, Flonase came not long after. The Astelin and Singulair were added a few years ago. The Singulair is mainly an asthma treatment for me. ... (1 replies)

... Has anyone been taking antihistimines for an extended period of time and does anyone know of any side effects from doing so? ... (3 replies)
... So I guess you could call me a lifetime allergy sufferer. Sometimes your body will adjust to a particular antihistamine and it won't work as well any more. Then you just have to try the next one and so on. There is no permanent cure. ... (18 replies)
... Other people sometimes have to live on large doses of antihistamine and although it is no picnic, it is not the worst possible thing. ... (18 replies)
... term health risks to doing this. That seems to make sense, as it is just an antihistamine and is now over the counter. ... (1 replies)
... There are no side effects to long term antihistamine use. I'm 70 and have been taking them most of the time since I was 11 years old. Perfectly safe. Allegra is a good one. ... (5 replies)
... It's not a big deal. If you did it for several months it might be more likely to have side effects but it's more of a long term risk. With me taking too much antihistamine can make my eyes dry out. I do sometimes take the over the counter moisture drops before I go to bed so I don't wake up with really dry eyes. ... (2 replies)
... itching. I would take the steroids. The side effects are a problem with long term use. This will be short term and will make you better much faster. Also, continuing an antihistamine regularly until hives are gone will help too. ... (6 replies)
... A daily antihistamine can help a lot, although you might have to try a few different medicines to find one that works well without unpleasant side effects. ... (3 replies)
Best rx eyedrops?
Feb 28, 2011
... Steroid eye drops can be very useful, but need to be used with caution because of long term side effects. ... (5 replies)
... Usually its hoped that prescription steroid use will not be long term. ... (16 replies)
Feb 18, 2005
... to be "oh, yeah, they can, but I just don't take it, I enjoy looking like something form a casting call for the creature from the black lagoon, and all the side effects form the useless drugs are so much FUN!" . Like I said, some days are not so good. ... (11 replies)
... it's a long term medication. As for the sneezing and runny nose, an antihistamine like Claritin will work. However, I have heard that if your problem ain't allergic, the antihistamine won't really have any effect on one. ... (11 replies)
... Hi stuffy, I have very bad congestion and runny nose, so I can relate to you. If the antihistamine that you are taking now isn't helping, you might want to change to another kind or adding a cocktail. ... (4 replies)
Dilemma! Help!
Sep 7, 2004
... chiggins, yes i do suffer from congestion at night and during the day too. My breathing at night is kinda shallow, sometimes I even feel I stop breathing. What effects does the steroid nasal spray have on you? ... (12 replies)

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