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Expert opinion please: could taking cetirizine hydrochloride affect me while i'm working out?

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Dr. Anne Maitland
25 years experience
Allergy medications: Typically, anti-histamines, such as cetirizine, can cause drowsiness. Other typical side effects include dry mouth and difficulty using the bathroom, urination or constipation. If you are not experiencing these symptoms, it should not interfere with physical exertion or workouts.

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