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Mixing antihistamines gives me better relief from allergies. Except for additive effect there seems to be no interaction between them. Can I mix them?
THERE IS ABSOLUTELY: No medical indication to do so. It is ok to alternate, but don't take 2 of the same category of meds. ...Read more
I gave expired antihistamine syrup to my 30 months old son incidentally...Is it dangerous?What s the side effect on him?
Expired drugs: There should be no side effects as expiration is usually based on loss of drug effectiveness. Drug companies err on the side of shortening times to expiration. Actually many drugs are effective long after expiration dates. Expired drugs are commonly used effectively by volunteer organizations when no other drugs are available. Relax! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Older ones do: First generation antihistamines (benadryl, clor-pheramine, atarax) cross the blood brain barrier and cause lethargy. Second generation (allegra, claritin, zyrtec, xyzal, (levocetirizine) clarinex) cause the blood brain barrier at a much lesser amount and more targeted to the h1 receptor. ...Read more
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