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... 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)
... There's a very good nasal antihistamine spray, Astelin, that is safe to take in combination with Nasonex or any other inhaled steroid. Astelin is available only by prescription. ... (4 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)

... Thanks for the reply. We will try the antihistamine on it's own. Thanks for the the advice. ... (2 replies)
... two hour bike ride and it's the only thing that's going to keep my eye from getting bad and ruining my weekend. I figure just one drop a couple times a month is safe until winter comes just for special occasions like this. ... (4 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's probably the least drying of the antihistamines, and if you have allergies that are severe enough that you're getting shots, an antihistamine can't really hurt. ... (8 replies)
... Thank you so much for your comprehensive response. It is very much appreciated! (6 replies)
... With antihistamines there are a lot of current choices it seems they work differently for each person. A good experiment is to buy small boxes and I try an antihistamine for a week, if unimpressed move on to the next one. Xyzal is really strong. ... (6 replies)
... What side effects are you concerned about? Flonase is very safe and effective and has few side effects (certainly fewer than oral steroids). Are you still taking an antihistamine (and maybe a decongestant like 12-hour sudafed)? Shots and Singulair should help but don't usually replace an antihistamine. I know it's not fun to take all of those medications but it's a... (8 replies)
... it is pretty safe for everyday use. ... (19 replies)
Nasal Sprays
Jun 11, 2004
... There is another nasal spray over the counter that is safe to use everyday, Nasalcrom. Don't know much about it though. ... (5 replies)
... Regarding the sudafed, it's safe to take it at the 60mg dosage at least 2x daily.... ... (57 replies)
... ith a lot of water to make it work, but it thins mucus so you don't get things stuck in your throat. The blue without cough medicine or pseudophedrine is really safe to take. One generic antihistamine that is good if the OTC ahs don't work is xyzal. ... (4 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)
... drowsy antihistamine such as Zyrtec every day. It may even be safe to take Zyrtec twice a day, if necessary. ... (56 replies)
... If he gets itchy I would look at some suitable antihistamine cream to put on him. I'm not sure if the usual stuff is safe for young children, but I quick call to a pharmacist would confirm that. ... (2 replies)
... eye drops or nasal spray. The OTC sprays can only be used for a few days at a time, but steroid or antihistamine sprays are available by prescription, and they are quite safe. ... (6 replies)




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