Can I take melatonin with singulair (montelukast) and allegra d?

Yes, you can. Melatonin should not interact with these other medicines. I suggest starting at 1mg rather than some of the higher dosages that are available, though. Please also tell your doctor you're taking it.

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Can I take Melatonin 10mg and Albuertol Inhaler (8-10 puffs a day) and Singulair (montelukast) (1 10mg pill a day) together?

You are on. a very high dose of melatonin. What are you taking that high a dose for? You are also on a relatively large number of albuterol inhalations a day. Check w/your doctor to see of changes to your regimen are indicated. Read more...

Took allegra 24 this morning, been housecleaning and allergies acting out, can I take chlortrimetron, sudefed and singulair (montelukast) tonight for some relief?

Allergies. You did not mention what symptoms you are having, if it is nasal congestion, none of the above will help, you need a nasal spray. Try a saline nasal spray if you don't have a medicated one and singulair (montelukast) tonight but don't over do it on the antihistamines. Read more...
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When blow nose, mucus is bloody. Lots of yellow-green postnasal drip. Some wheeze. No fever. Take Dymista, Allegra, singulair, (montelukast) qvar, and Ventolin. It's not allergy. Sinusitus? Go see primary care or wait it out?

Always a good. Idea to go see your PCP when taking so many medications with persistence of symptoms. Your PCp may determine that you need antibiotics. Read more...
Nose. Probably viral but with the green phlegm, there is probably a bacterial component. With your history of asthma, best to see your primary and decide if you need to be on antibiotics. Read more...
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