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Zyrtec and Rebound Effect

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on Zyrtek, occasionally Zertek D, and hydrochlorothiazide...
" I have 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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rable consequences Zyrtec is effective but expensive and mos...
" ...not habit forming and no rebound effect Vera Mist spray -requires a ...both have undesirable consequences Zyrtec is effective but expensive and most health plans wont cover it benadryl and claritin... "

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

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

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old standby's (zyrtec, loratidimine, which have been great...
" ...worse this year, and my old standby's (zyrtec, loratidimine, which have been great in years past) aren't ...I tried Nasacort and Rhinocort, which my GP said many people do well with. Not me. Claritin's... "

mommysavers.com
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, ...along with the regular... "

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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... "

d bad reactions to zyrtec when trying to discontinue it,...
" ...cause never being determined. Hydroxyzine is wonderful buts knocks me out. Another option is ...my son and I had bad reactions to zyrtec when trying to discontinue it, ...think it was called a rebound... "

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u can keep taking your current Zyrtec and get the Sudafed fr...
" ...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 ...was afraid of a more-horrible rebound effec... "

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