Zyrtec

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Zyrtec & Rebound Effect

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on Zyrtek, occasionally Zertek D, and hydrochlorothiazide...
" ...been on Zyrtek, occasionally Zertek D, and hydrochlorothiazide and had a 15 pound weight gain. My blood sugar was suddenly high. I have stopped both and the rebound effect of swelling from... "

recently switched to Zyrtec. It works well. I also take...
" I used to take Claritin, but recently switched to Zyrtec. It works well. I also take an occassional Benadryl at bedtime for an ...stop you will get a rebound effect where you feel more stuffed... "

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undesirable consequences Zyrtec is effective but expensive...
" ...forming and no rebound effect Vera Mist spray ...undesirable consequences Zyrtec is effective but expensive and most health plans wont cover it benadryl and claritin also work well Do some... "

not even a constant zyrtec user (well I actually take the...
" ...I randomly decided to search \"rebound effect Zyrtec\" and am pleased to see ...was tired of the dependence and stopped touching it last ...I'm not even a constant zyrtec user (well I actuall... "

pot. Also, I'd switch to zyrtec. if oyu know anyone who...
" ...otherwise you get a rebound effect and it causes ...Or you could use a neti pot. Also, I'd switch to zyrtec. if oyu know anyone ...FOrget the amoxixillin. It won't help allergies. And the... "

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old standby's (zyrtec, loratidimine, which have been great...
" ...year, and my old standby's (zyrtec, loratidimine, which have been great in years ...Nasacort and Rhinocort, which my GP said many people do well with. Not ...a strong rebound effect--that is... "

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then you have a bad rebound effect and your symptoms get...
" ...use the generic brand of Zyrtec. I was going to switch ...weeks and then you have a bad rebound effect and your symptoms get worse, ...with the regular... "

Have you tried the regular zyrtec? If not, I'd recommend...
" ...are not good for you. Also, you could be having rebound effect from it. Have you tried the regular zyrtec? If not, I'd recommend doing that and you shouldn't... "

I had bad reactions to zyrtec when trying to discontinue...
" ...determined. Hydroxyzine is wonderful buts knocks me out. ...I had bad reactions to zyrtec when trying ...was called a rebound effect. Anyway, we warn everyone who even mentios zyrtec that ... "

you can keep taking your current Zyrtec and get the Sudafed...
" ...Or you can keep taking your current Zyrtec and get the Sudafed from ...ordered me not to use it further than that because of it's addictive nature. I still have ...afraid of a more-horrible... "

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