My 1 Year Old Has Allergies. Someone Help!?

In your last question you said you haven't even had sex?!? Anyways, he is still around it, whatever it may be. It might not even be allergies, maybe it is sickness? Anyway it is, take him back to the doctor, ...read...

What happened to the allergy medicine Chlortrimeton 12 hour relief?

A lot of medicines have been removed from the shelf because they contain ingredients that are used for making meth. The original Sudafed is no longer on the shelf- you have to ask the pharmacist for it. I would ask the pharmacist because he or she might have it. ...read...

My 2 year old toddler has just been diagnosed with asthma, but im at a loss as of what to do?

As a respiratory therapist and a certified asthma educator, I would have sent you home on a nebulizer. Most adults can not use an inhaler properly let alone a 2 year old. Even with a spacer and a face mask, I prefer a nebulizer. If your child does not improve, take your child to a lung specialist... ...read...

My 1 Year Old Has Allergies. Someone Help!?

In your last question you said you haven't even had sex?!? Anyways, he is still around it, whatever it may be. It might not even be allergies, maybe it is sickness? Anyway it is, take him back to the doctor, ...read...

What happened to the allergy medicine Chlortrimeton 12 hour relief?

A lot of medicines have been removed from the shelf because they contain ingredients that are used for making meth. The original Sudafed is no longer on the shelf- you have to ask the pharmacist for it. I would ask the pharmacist because he or she might have it. ...read...

My 2 year old toddler has just been diagnosed with asthma, but im at a loss as of what to do?

As a respiratory therapist and a certified asthma educator, I would have sent you home on a nebulizer. Most adults can not use an inhaler properly let alone a 2 year old. Even with a spacer and a face mask, I prefer a nebulizer. If your child does not improve, take your child to a lung specialist... ...read...

Allergy medicine for my 2 year old, I AM WORRIED! Prescribed Zyrtec, nervous about side effects, HELP!?

I haven't heard of hyperactivity as an adverse effect of Zyrtec. The Prescribing Information doesn't mention it as a side effect that has been found either during safety studies or after it came to market. It actually states that Somnolence is the most common, not the other way around. I used... ...read...

Can I take my 24 hour allergy medicine a coupe of hours in advance?

you don't say what's in it or what it is for, but as most 'allergy medicine ' is OTC, fair to say a couple of hours won't make any difference. Fexofenadine has a 14 hour half life, so you can take it more often. 24 hours is not so effective as half a dose every 12 hours, or a third dose every... ...read...

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