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Can I Take Montelukast With Piriton
Not as far I know: To be safe check with yore doctor. ...Read more
It's safe: It's safe. If it weren't safe, they wouldn't be allowed to sell it. ...Read more
Whenever you'd like: There are no drug to drug interactions that are of significance and so it should be just fine to take these drugs at whatever time you'd like relative to when one is taken or the other. ...Read more
Are there particular times of the year I should take singulair (montelukast) to help fix my asthma?
Sometimes: Singulair (montelukast) is a controller medication for asthma whose beneficial effects don't last for more than a few days. So take it when you need it. If you have seasonal asthma take it during the months when asthma is present. If you have perennial asthma that is always present then take it everyday. This is a good topic to discuss with your personal physician or asthma specialist. ...Read more
Can I take Melatonin 10mg and Albuertol Inhaler (8-10 puffs a day) and Singulair (montelukast) (1 10mg pill a day) together?
I have to put my 2yo singulair (montelukast) in his food so he'll take it. If he takes longer than the 15 minute time limit for him to eat it all is it still safe?
Yes.: Yes, although I won't vouchsafe for it's taste! ...Read more
Prolonged cough for > 1 months, take singulair (montelukast) and go doctr already no smoke no other symptoms but the cough remain. Bit worry any reccomendation?
Cough: Please have a test to rule out tuberculosis like a PPD with your doctor and ask if you could have walking pneumonia or pertussis infection that requires antibiotic treatment. May also need to try an inhaler, if asthma runs in the family. It may be allergic rhinitis, such that an antihistamine might help. Coughing can also be due to reflux esophagitis. ...Read more
Complicated: I don't think in an asthmatic patient there is a contraindication of being on singulair (montelukast) and terbutaline, they work by different pathways. However I do see that in your hx you have high blood pressure and not sure whether terbutaline is a good choice if you have asthma. ...Read more
Yes: Yes with no major concernsGet a more detailed answer ›
Explanation: Montelucast can be taking for months without any side effects, levocertrizine - for weeks if necessary. Both are good and effective medications. ...Read more
How long does singulair/montelukast take to start kicking in and what are the side effects of daily use?
Increased sedation: Piriton is a brand name for chlorphenamine maleate aka Chlorpheniramine Maleate a classical antihistamine whose major adverse effect is drowsiness & prolonged reaction time. Other side-effects include constipation & in older men, urinary retention. Cetirizine (zyrtec) has the same side-effect profile. The combination will enhance these adverse effects. Take only with a physician's supervision. ...Read more
Not recommended: Piriton (chlorpheramine) and fexofenadine are both antihistamines so taking both would not really help you. Taking both would effectively increase the side effects of antihistamines, in this case drowsiness/ sedation, constipation, mucosal dryness, and mood irritability. Please see a healthcare provider to help with your urticaria problem. ...Read more
2 hours: Singular can begin having a positive effect within 2 hours. ...Read more
Maybe: I would try it for a month but continue if it works. ...Read more
Yes to the first two: Antihistamines like rupatadine are often combined with leukotriene inhibitors such as singular to help control allergies. Clarithromycin, an antibiotic in the same class as erythromycin can sometimes be tricky with antihistamines, as occasionally heart rhythm disturbances can occur. It also can cause nausea ...Read more
I was on symbicort, aerius, montelukast for two months. Stopped it 5 days ago. Right now I think I'm allergic to a cat. Safe to take telfast?
Yes, but: What kind of symptoms do you have? Looks that you had respiratory symptoms, better see an allergist/immunologist or keep the follow up with your allergist for better management. You can check aaaai. Org or acaai. Org for an allergist in your area, best wishes ...Read more
I've been on Singulair (montelukast) for about 2 mos, but the past week I've had to take albuterol in the morning and at night too. Is this concerning?
Yes: The increased need for Albuterol suggests a worseing of your reactive airway disease. It will be important to identify the appropriate triggers and to alter your treatment regimen to both take care of this exacerbation and to prevent other flairs. I would consult with your primary care physician ...Read more
I take zyrtec and singulair (montelukast) daily in the morning. Is it ok to take benedryl also, in the evening, while visiting friends with pets for the weekend?
Pharmacist: Since it's a once a day medication it may not matter what time you take it as long as it's the same time each day. Your pharmacist can advise you about dosing as he/she has access to all the information about medications. ...Read more
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