Allegra - Non Drowsy
Seasonal allergies may make you feel like you're missing out on all the fun-but Allegra can help you get out and more fully enjoy your world.TM Allegra 60 mg-one taken twice daily-provides a full 24-hours of nondrowsy relief of seasonal allergy symptoms in patients 12 and over. The most commonly reported adverse experiences for Allegra 60 mg and placebo are: cold and flu (2.5% vs. 1.5%), nausea (1.6% vs. 1.5%), menstrual pain (1.5% vs. 0.3%). Don't miss out-let Allegra help you get out and start enjoying the world around you.
Allegra? (fexofenadine HCI) works on the following seasonal allergy symptoms in patients 12 and older: your itchy, watery eyes, plus sneezing and runny nose. But if you find your nose is stuffed up too, you should ask your doctor about Allegra-D. Allegra-D has the same antihistamine as Allegra with the added relief of a decongestant.
Because Allegra-D contains pseudoephedrine (the decongestant in most over-the-counter allergy medicines), Allegra-D must not be taken if you are also taking MAO inhibitors (medicines that treat depression) or within 14 days of stopping such treatment or if you retain urine or have glaucoma, severe high blood pressure, or severe heart disease. Also, let your doctor know before you take Allegra-D if you have high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, glaucoma, thyroid disease, impaired kidney function, or symptoms of an enlarged prostate such as difficulty urinating. The most commonly reported adverse experiences with Allegra-D compared to Allegra alone were headache (13.0% vs 17.4%), insomnia (12.6% vs 13.3%), and nausea (7.4% vs 5.0%).
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