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Decongestants can be used with antihistamines, or separately....as long as the dosgages are appropriate. Newer recommendations do not support the use...
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Talk to your pharmacist (who will probably tell you to talk to your doctor).0.
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this depends on the dogs weight. under 50 lbs-- 1 ----25mg(they are all 25 mgs each) over 50 can have 2...
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Yes, they can be taken together. There are much better medications for allergies than Benadryl, which only lasts 4 hours. Why not try genertic...
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Colds are caused by viruses.  The only biological explanation in your case would be that your allergies are overwhelming your immune system...
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Take her back to her allergist as soon as you can. I don't know if her Dr prescribed the Zyrtec but there are other medicines that can control...
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Your friend needs to seek medical attention right away .Take him to the emergency room.
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No, the color of mucous does not automatically assume that something is viral, bacterial, or allergic....it is just a clue. In most cases, green...
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I have never heard that allergy shots would have any adverse sexual side-effects. As a matter of fact, I do not think it would be medically possible...
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those are typical allergic reaction especially she has identified those that triggers it.. those laboratory findings got nothing to do w/ allergies...
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No. Hard shelled capsules that you swallow are not made of latex. Medicinal capsules are designed to quickly melt and be absorbed.
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FULL BODY ALLERGY
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I think you should see an ENT. I suffered with sinus infections for many years, with nosebleeds, sinus pressure, daily headaches, facial pain...
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Without a fever, it's possible; but you really should be evaluated by your doctor. Three months is a long time to be going through this. Even...
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your allergies maybe got something to do w/ it mainly because it has a triggering factor before you experience it as you said especially when taking...
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