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What treatments for mouth swelling can I try at home?
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Dr. Steven Machtinger
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
4 doctors agree
In brief: Antihistamines
If by mouth swelling you mean angioedema.
Effective over-the-counter antihistamines include fexofenadine (allegra) and loratidine (claritin, alevert) both long-acting and non-sedating and cetirzine (zyrtec) that is occasionally sedating. Feel at ease using generic versions of these medications.

In brief: Antihistamines
If by mouth swelling you mean angioedema.
Effective over-the-counter antihistamines include fexofenadine (allegra) and loratidine (claritin, alevert) both long-acting and non-sedating and cetirzine (zyrtec) that is occasionally sedating. Feel at ease using generic versions of these medications.
Dr. Steven Machtinger
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Dr. Jack Mutnick
Should also see your allergist for specific testing. It might discover the cause and lead to appropriate treatment
Dr. Yoram Padeh
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Seek medical advice
"mouth swelling" is a very vague symptom, as many different conditions can cause swelling in or of the mouth.
Therefore, to better clarify the cause, i would seek medical attention to determine the cause as treatments will vary depending on the cause. Additionally, allergic swelling of the mouth can become life-threatening if it spreads to the throat or airway.

In brief: Seek medical advice
"mouth swelling" is a very vague symptom, as many different conditions can cause swelling in or of the mouth.
Therefore, to better clarify the cause, i would seek medical attention to determine the cause as treatments will vary depending on the cause. Additionally, allergic swelling of the mouth can become life-threatening if it spreads to the throat or airway.
Dr. Yoram Padeh
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