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... histamines dont cross the blood brain barrier, which would cause drowsiness, but you might get tired because when youre histamine receptors become blocked by the antihistamine your adrenaline levels will begin to decline, and your body will have to adjust to that change. ... (11 replies)
... I can't even work because of this and it's only making my depression worse. ... (0 replies)
... no you are not wrong, i was on celexa and paxil for DEPRESSION. They both have sedatives in it and that is what stops the itching but its not an antihistamine and you can't just go telling people to take an antidepressant for allergies. ... (6 replies)

... So, I just wonder if anyone else can relate to any or all of this. I'm wondering if my depression may well be because of my allergies rather than something requiring separate treatment. ... (7 replies)
... I tried a different antihistamine that helped the swelling, which seemed help me sleep and feel much better. ... (3 replies)
Feb 18, 2005
... Kristy - good luck withthe allergist. I also have been on ranitadine. It helps with the heartburn feeling because it speeds up the GI tract, also it is an H2 inhibitor (like a slow acting antihistamine), so it will also help with the hives. I don't really understand the technical stuff, but I talked to my friend who is a pharmacist about this all the time. He usually calls... (11 replies)
Feb 29, 2004
... I agree. I work as a Registered Nurse, and see medications given to patients, souly for their side effects. There are situations where certain antibiotics are even given expressly for the purposes of their side effects. The realization of that took me awhile to adjust too, but now I consider it the norm. Certain medications do have a stigma attached to them, and it's a... (22 replies)
... Celexa is not the only one that works for this. Doxepin also works and is one of the only antidepresants that has an antihistamine in it. ... (6 replies)
Feb 29, 2004
... drugs antidepresants. Most of them work on the brain messages to the nerves and are used for chronic pain also. Not all reasons for these drugs are related to depression and I think it is a shame they have that stigma since they do help in other areas. ... (22 replies)
... Sounds a bit like what I have Amy, that area you are refering to is the nasopharynx or the upper part of the throat which is behind the nose. My symptoms are as follow: many tonsil stones, a terrible smell from my nose, constant phlegm build up, very congested nose... Also from time to time something which is called "compressed mucus", small parts of mostly yellow mucus,... (53 replies)

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