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Claritin D Vs Allegra D
Allegra d is a combination oral medication approved for seasonal and perennial allergic rhinitis. It contains Allegra (fexofenadine), a non-sedating antihistamine and Pseudoephedrine (d) an oral decongestant. It is available in 12 hour dosing and once daily dosing for persons over 12 years old. It is now ...Read more
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What can cause shortness of breath, when albuterol doesn't work, these are real physical symptoms not anxiety. Have tried albuterol, corticosteroids, allegra-d, nexium, prozac, muscle relaxers, and claritin-d.Have seen doctors and specialists inluding pul
Well : Well presence of allergies, hyper inflated lungs on cxr and dyspnea suggest asthma. You can have normal pfts (pulmonary function tests) ad still have asthma.I am not sure you have been tried on but usually you need blood test or skin test for allergies and a total ige level ( blood test). You could try inhalers on regular basis for example advair or Dulera on twice a day basis and see if this will help you symptomatically. Some times treatment of asthma can become difficult and will need some patience at your and your doctors end. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Yes, but why: Claritin and Allegra are both new generation antihistamines while the d is pseudoephedrine, a decongestant. Typically one or the other medication should be sufficient, although there are no drug interactions or side effects. If you think you need both, see an allergist for a better treatment plan. ...Read more
I took an allegra d 24 hour at 1pm today but I am still having severe sneezing, running/stuffy nose. Can i take a Claritin now?
It would not be...: Appropriate to make medication recommendations to a person in this type of forum. ...Read more
Similar medicines: All of these medicines are antihistamines. Taking combinations of antihistamines increases the possibility of side effects. If antihistamines are not working at recommended doses see a doctor. You may need a different type of treatment for your problem. ...Read more
Need help docs! my allergies have been really acting up. I have always used alegra but its not helping. Would Claritin d be better?
Allergist can help: Sometimes people become insensitive to an allergy medication that has worked for them in the past, and they may need to switch. Going to one that includes a decongestant can have other concerns, as some people are sensitive to them and it could even raise blood pressure. An allergist may be able to offer stronger prescription medications and nasal sprays, and possibly prevent future problems. ...Read more
I know there is clariten d and allegra d for allergies, but are there any eye drops and nasal sprays that are equally effective?
Nasal sprays: Topical steroid nasal sprays are available by prescription. They are the most effective treatment for allergies affecting the nose and some have shown improvement in eye symptoms as well. They are safe and 1 product is approved by fda for use down to 2 years old. It's well worth a trip to the doctor. Avoid over the counter nasal sprays; a person can develop dependency and rebound if over used. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer