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Effects Of Celestamine Overdose
Not in this country: Celestamine is a mixture of betamethasone (a potent cortisone-like) medication and loratadine (Claritin). It is used in central and south America for allergic conditions. It is not allowed in the USA; use without close supervision by a physician is dangerous because of the betamethasone.
Not a good idea: It appears that this is a combination of cortisone and an antihistamine- neither of which has shown effectiveness for cold. The cortisone may even reduce your defense against the virus but likely very minimally. The older antihistamine does have a drying effect which may reduce the runny nose but also tends to make you sleepy. If you must, take only an antihistamine.See 1 more doctor answer
No, no, nyet: I don't think this combination is indicated for people with hay fever. The antihistamine tends to make people drowsy, and the celestone (betamethasone) is over-killed with potentially many serious side effects when taken long-term. You need another opinion since there are far better and safer drugs for hay fever.
Being allergic to bees. Is taking celestamine tablets after a sing sufficient or is an epipen (epinephrine) required? How long will the celestamine take to work?
Too long: Unless you have certain medical conditions the risk of a dangerous allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) far outweighs the risk associated with an Epinephrine injection. Shoot first, ask questions later. Take the antihistamine afterwards. Deaths from anaphylaxis are associated with delays in administration of epinephrine. Have your Dr. Provide a written action plan for you and those close to youSee 1 more doctor answer
Brayden always seem to get blocked nose and a cough in a while. The last time he had this episodes he was prescribed celestamine & Tel fast for shou?
BLOCKED NOSE/COUGH: WHAT, PRAY TELL IS THE QUESTION?Get a more detailed answer ›
My 16mnth old has a serious cold. Its resulting in a blocked nose at night to the extent that he cannot sleep properly. Can I use celestamine?
No celes. For kids: Unless this was prescribed by your son's doctor, avoid using celestamine for children. It may cause effects you do not want.
Not a good idea: Of course, one can only treat what has been identified as the cause. On the other hand, most temporary sore throats are from a viral infection and celestamine would not help it (potentially prolonging the duration of the illness). Try saline gargle or topical anesthetic lozenges provided that a strep throat has been ruled out.
What do you advise if I'm breastfeeding mother I have allergy, my doctor gave me celestamine, what are the effect will be to my baby?
See Your Doctor Now: Need to know what symptoms your child has before recommending any treatment. Celestamine is used to treat cold symptoms. Studies show that antihistamines & decongestants alone or combined have no beneficial effect in pre-school children. Be aware children have limited communication skills; cues to severity or worsening illness are easily missed. See doctor now for correct diagnosis and treatment.
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