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Is there something that counteracts allergy pills?

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Dr. Thomas Shen
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: No

For antihistamines no.

In brief: No

For antihistamines no.
Dr. Thomas Shen
Dr. Thomas Shen
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Dr. Yoram Padeh
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology

In brief: No

While there is no direct antidote against antihistamines, they are mostly excreted (eliminated) from the body through the urine.
Increased fluid intake (drinking more fluids) can therefore help to flush out the medication faster. Just use caution because too much fluids can wash out electrolytes and cause other health problems as well. Always consult with your own doctor first.

In brief: No

While there is no direct antidote against antihistamines, they are mostly excreted (eliminated) from the body through the urine.
Increased fluid intake (drinking more fluids) can therefore help to flush out the medication faster. Just use caution because too much fluids can wash out electrolytes and cause other health problems as well. Always consult with your own doctor first.
Dr. Yoram Padeh
Dr. Yoram Padeh
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