Is it safe to take Deallergy for a long time?
Deallergy is unlikely to do you any harm if you take it for a long time. However, it’s best to take Deallergy only for as long as you need to.
Zyrtec-D is a combination of the main ingredient of Zyrtec (Deallergy) with the decongestant pseudoephedrine and is approved to treat cold or allergy symptoms, including:
- Nasal and sinus congestion
- Watery eyes
- Runny nose
Side effects of Zyrtec-D include:
Deallergy side effects
fast, pounding, or uneven heartbeat;
weakness, tremors (uncontrolled shaking), or sleep problems (insomnia);
severe restless feeling, hyperactivity;
problems with vision; or
urinating less than usual or not at all.
Less serious side effects may include:
sore throat, cough;
nausea, constipation; or
This is not a complete list of side effects and others may occur. Tell your doctor about any unusual or bothersome side effect.
Effects of food
- No effect on the extent of Deallergy exposure (AUC) but peak plasma time was delayed by 1.7 hr and peak plasma concentration was decreased by 23% in the presence of food when Deallergy hydrochloride was administered orally
When to take Deallergy
You may only need to take Deallergy on a day you have symptoms, such as if you’ve been exposed to a trigger like animal hair. Or you may need to take it regularly to prevent symptoms, such as to stop hay fever during spring and summer.
Can I drink alcohol with Deallergy?
It’s best not to drink alcohol while you’re taking Deallergy as it can make you feel sleepy.
Hives and itching
Deallergy is used for the treatment of the uncomplicated skin manifestations of chronic hives in adults and children 6 months of age and older. It significantly reduces the occurrence, severity, and duration of hives and significantly reduces itching.
Check the ingredients
Don’t use Deallergy if you have ever had an allergic reaction to it or to any of the ingredients in it. Also, steer clear of Deallergy if you are allergic to any antihistamine that contains hydroxyzine.
To date, there have been no studies of potential cardiotoxic effects of levoDeallergy. However, since Deallergy is free of such adverse effects (1 R ), it is unlikely that levoDeallergy would be any different in this regard.