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... 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)
... I would be concerned about taking a decongestant daily but not concerned about the antihistamine. Has he tried just the antihistamine without the decongestant? ... (2 replies)
... little more comfortable adn they both siad a nasal spray that is a steroid and not antihistamine. have been using it for 2 days and feel a little relief. have to use my asthma inhaler a couple of times a day even though i am on singulair. ... (6 replies)

... I also have lip swelling, I'm so glad you found the cause for yours. I still have horrible hives, the lip swelling will most certainly happen if I don't take an antihistamine as the fat lips are hives in the deep layers of the skin. It is really scary. I don't take any Advil at all. ... (18 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)
... it made me extremely sleepy at only 5mg. I get massive headaches from singulair, so I can't add that. I wanted to ask if anyone takes AH daily and hasn't had any long term upper respiratory problems. ... (13 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)
Sep 20, 2007
... There are chances that long term antihistamine use could lead to tolerance or cardiac problems. Also, I believe that the use of too much of any medication can affect the liver. ... (5 replies)
... Don't use fabric softeners. Perhaps, an allergy to dust mites could be causing some of this. ... (4 replies)
Feb 18, 2005
... term use are horrible. It can also contrbute to your feeling of depression, as it does cause mood swings. How long are you on it for? ... (11 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)
... I have been taking claratin every day for the past year and a half. My allergies have been sooooo much better! However, I tried to cut down on the claratin this week and the allergies are back with a vengence! My skin also feels itchy (new symptom). Has anyone been taking antihistimines for an extended period of time and does anyone know of any side effects from doing so? I... (3 replies)
... I am a 30 year old male with history of seasonal allergies, and allergy to dogs. Claritin was my antihistamine of choice, but the allergies were mostly an annoyance, not debilitating. I have always been somewhat athletic. Enjoy the outdoors, running, and weight lifting. ... (0 replies)
... Keep the house clean by dusting with a damp rag or static duster, never use a feather duster because it just moves things around. If you must do the cleaning yourself, wear a mask and shower immediately afterward. ... (3 replies)
Jan 16, 2011
... So, yeah, yet another fantastically effective antihistamine on the "emergency use only" list. ... (10 replies)
... f the symptoms on the day of the test so it was hard for him to get a result from the breathing test. But I will consult my general practitioner, maybe there are long term tests that a pulmonologist can do. ... (2 replies)
... Usually its hoped that prescription steroid use will not be long term. ... (16 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)
... 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)

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