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... My 2 year old has been diagnosed with allergies. He has been taking singular for a month now, while this medicine does seem to break up the thick mucus attacks, it appears he's having night mares and lost of appetite... ... (0 replies)
Why take singular
Sep 10, 2008
... I do not have asthma. My nose just runs almost continuously from alergies, if I do not take medicine. My doctor prescribed Singular. I previously took over the counter Clariton & it worked well. I believe Clariton or Zyrtec would be more effective to control alergies. Please advise. (6 replies)
... I think Singular can cause different problems with different people. My son developed a horrible vasculitic rash all over his entire body after taking Singular. ... (8 replies)

... My son is 10 and has been on singular for 2 years. He is very over weight and I am just starting to find out the reason why. The weight gain tracks his singular consumption time period. ... (8 replies)
... I just talked to the doctor and she wanted me to try Singular again and if its not working or i'm feeling terrible by Friday to give her a call. She said sometimes it takes a while to kick in.. ... (9 replies)
... I'm considering looking into that as well as soon as i find out everything with my blood work....i wish u so much success! maybe u dont hear about it b/c it actaully works rather than all of those meds which barely cover the symptoms! (29 replies)
... is little tickle in my throat all the time. We're moving to a new house in 2 weeks and the lot has cedars and oaks everywhere! I am currently taking Advair and Singular for asthma and Nasacort for nasal problems. I took allergy shots for 4 years and after being retested, they literally could not tell they helped me at all. ... (29 replies)
... No weight gain and, yes, singular helps me in the winter (specifically because of the dust and mold). Lu (8 replies)
... I have another question. Would taking Singular be helpful in the wintertime as well? ... (8 replies)
... My daughter was taking Singular and it seems like she put on a few lbs. ... (8 replies)
... My daughter was going through almost the same thing. She was diagnosed with Asthma and the Pediatrician put her on Singular daily and albuterol inhaler and she has been doing great since. It is a preventative Medicine. ... (2 replies)
... Taking antihistamines is also a great treatment for itching. If your thyroid medicine limits your antihistamine choices, try Singular. My grandmother swears by it. ... (3 replies)
... Before singular he was very moody, tired, weak, and could not concentrate on his school work. I only give him this if nessasary. ... (21 replies)
... I am a user and distributor. I was on alegra and singular before trying Claritose. My alergies are just seasonal, but it did work for me. ... (2 replies)
... has allergy induced ezcema. he was diagnoised at about 9 months. at 10 months they started him on zyrtec and then at 11 months, they started him on singular as well. they seem to help alot, if his misses just one dose, i can tell a difference. ... (3 replies)
Frustrated
Aug 22, 2006
... i know you said you have tried everything medicine wise, but have you tried singular. that is what my son has been on since 10 months, and we notice a huge difference. ... (11 replies)
... It's possible. Try taking the Clarinex at night. (2 replies)
... I notice this morning that I didn't feel dizzy until I took the clarinex the doctor just put me on, I just read its warnings and it says dizziness is one of the side affects. I get so sick of all these medicines, I am thinking of just doing my singular at night and my nasonex in the morning rather than taking a medicine that makes me feel dizzy (2 replies)
... Singulair actually shouldn't have any effect on weight gain from what I understand. It doesn't affect the Central Nervous System so it shouldn't set the body into rest and disgest mode (which generally is what leads to weight gain). However, allergies in general can cause weight gain. I was using "drowzy" antihistimines which made me gain weight. Since I've switch to... (8 replies)
... I take Singulair and I didn't gain any weight!!. (8 replies)


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