Allegra is an
allergy medicine to check the seasonal allergies like sneezing,
watery eyes, itching, running nose. Allegra works by
blocking the role of histamine, a chemical in our body responsible
for causing allergy. Allegra 30 mg
tablets twice daily can also be taken by children between age groups
6 to 12.
Allegrais in a tablet form and
launched as a prescription drug. It is of strengths 30, 60, or 180 mg. Active ingredient in
Fexofenadine. It should be taken after doctor's consultation.
If you are patient of kidney disease, heart disease, other chronic
an unusual or allergic reaction to fexofenadine,
terfenadine, other medicines, foods, dyes, or preservatives,
pregnant or trying to get pregnant, breast-feeding.
may react with some drugs like antacids, erythromycin, grapefruit,
apple, or orange juice, ketoconazole, rifampin,
Wort. Inform your doctor of you
take caffeine or alcohol, smoke, or if you use illegal drugs. These
may affect the way your medicine works.
In some people
Allegra may cause dizziness.
So avoid driving,
machinery work. Allegra
180-mg tablets have been
approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Allegra 180 mg is a
once-daily for the relief of seasonal allergic rhinitis (SAR) and is
available by prescription.
Allegra Side effects with
pseudoephedrine may include nervousness, restlessness, dizziness, or
insomnia. Headache, drowsiness, increased heart rate, palpitations,
increased blood pressure, and abnormal heart rhythms have been
reported. You should also tell your doctor 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.