Allergies

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Allergy is a hypersensitivity of the immune system. Allergic reactions occur when a person's immune system reacts to normally harmles...
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Benadryl 64,449 Zyrtec 25,898 Claritin 22,831
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Claritin
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Singulair
Other name: Loratadine (Loratadine)
Other name: Montelukast (Montelukast)
3.5
4.0
64,342
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Allergies
Itching
Bone Pain*
Seasonal Allergies
Hives*
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Congestion
Inflammation
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Asthma
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Seasonal Allergies
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Loratadine (International Nonproprietary Name) is a second-generation H1 antagonist drug used to treat allergies. Structurally, it is closely related to tricyclic antidepressants such as imipramine, and distantly related to the atypical antipsychotic que...
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Montelukast (trade names Singulair and Montelo-10) is a leukotriene receptor antagonist (LTRA) used for the maintenance treatment of asthma and to relieve symptoms of seasonal allergy. It is usually administered orally. Montelukast is a Cyst...
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Top Concerns
Cla
Drowsy
9
Sinus Infections
5
Sleepy
4
Depression
2
Joint Pain
2
Itchy Eyes
2
Ear Infection
2
Watery Eyes
1
Wheezing
1
Sedation
1
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Sin
Depression
7
Itching
5
Sinus Infections
5
Weight Gain
5
Hives
4
Mood Swings
3
Nightmares
3
Eczema
3
Pneumonia
3
Vomiting
2
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Drowsy
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Sinus Infections
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Sin
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5
Sleepy
Cla
Sin
4
0
Depression
Cla
Sin
2
7
Joint Pain
Cla
Sin
2
0
Itchy Eyes
Cla
Sin
2
0
Ear Infection
Cla
Sin
2
0
Watery Eyes
Cla
Sin
1
0
Wheezing
Cla
Sin
1
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Sedation
Cla
Sin
1
0
Depression
Sin
Cla
7
2
Itching
Sin
Cla
5
0
Sinus Infections
Sin
Cla
5
5
Weight Gain
Sin
Cla
5
0
Hives
Sin
Cla
4
0
Mood Swings
Sin
Cla
3
0
Nightmares
Sin
Cla
3
0
Eczema
Sin
Cla
3
0
Pneumonia
Sin
Cla
3
0
Vomiting
Sin
Cla
2
0
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About Claritin
Loratadine (International Nonproprietary Name) is a second-generation H1 antagonist drug used to treat allergies. Structurally, it is closely related to tricyclic antidepressants such as imipramine, and distantly related to the atypical antipsychotic que...
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Claritin
About Singulair
Montelukast (trade names Singulair and Montelo-10) is a leukotriene receptor antagonist (LTRA) used for the maintenance treatment of asthma and to relieve symptoms of seasonal allergy. It is usually administered orally. Montelukast is a Cyst...
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said alone singulair didn't seem to do much, but when given...
" ...did not do much for DS's allergies, zyrtec worked well for several years. His allergist added singulair 5 mg ...very well to control his allergies (she said alone singulair didn't seem to do mu... "

& claritin b4 singulair & they caused similar side effects...
" ...add my son was also on zyrtec & claritin b4 singulair & they caused similar side effects as singulair but not ...stopped the singulair & started... "

the counter yet or not. Back when I had sinus infections...
" ...Clairtin product is Singulair. I don't know whether that one is over the counter yet or not. Back when I had sinus infections (before I started on the Claritin) I tried the... "

that lasted for weeks last fall; getting on the Singulair...
" ...altho Claritin had done the trick for ...Doc had me try Singulair and that worked. Also use ...Oct.). I had a beastly sore throat that lasted for weeks last fall; getting on the Singulair... "

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or singulair, but he does very well on allegra. Also...
" My 9 year olds tics increase with claritin or singulair, but he does very well on allegra. Also he uses the nasal wash pediatric saline washes up his nose and he says that gives him the most... "

mornings (singulair before bed). This combo is working well...
" Claritin didn't work for either of my kids alone, so we tried Zyrtec ...So now both are on singulair for seasonal allergies. ...in the mornings (singulair before bed). This combo is working well... "

until my 30s. DD has allergies and singulair works for her...
" ...Zyrtec nor Claritin work for me--at all! Singulair is the only thing ...that works for his allergies. FWIW, i never had allergies until my 30s. DD has allergies and singulair works for h... "

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tabs & singulair AND benedryl at the onset of a reaction...
" ...Claritin Hello All, We ...new allergist and he prescribed claritin redi tabs & singulair AND benedryl at the onset of a reaction. Epi to follow ...something in somehow. (He is allergic... "

stimulating Singulair. That really helped. I use Flonase...
" ...of loratadine (claritin) because it was keeping me awake and gave me less stimulating Singulair. That really helped. I use... "

since I went on Singulair. I'm glad it helps you guys,...
" ...it doesn't help me. I get great results from Claritin, but I've hardly had ...I went on Singulair. I'm glad it helps you... "

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