Clarinase - 14 Tabs
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- Clarinase 5/120 mg long-acting tablets
- Clarinase is a drug for many purposes such as relieving symptoms of allergies and nose congestion
- Clarinase is commonly used around the world for its many uses, but before you start taking it, it is important to know the following information about it.
What does clarinase make up?
- Clarinase consists of two types of medications:
- Loratadine: It is antihistamine and remains effective for a long time
- Pseudoephedrine: A simulated substance that reduces nasal congestion
- It is worth mentioning that the body works to produce histamine as a reaction to a substance that causes allergic reactions to the body, but loratadine helps reduce histamine so that the second substance comes to relieve nasal congestion and blockage.
Common uses of Clarinase
- This drug is usually prescribed by a doctor in order to treat allergic symptoms, especially seasonal, which include:
- Nasal congestion
- Runny nose
- Tears and itching of the eyes.
- This drug is usually sold in pharmacies without a prescription, but it is worth consulting a doctor before deciding to use it.
Cases where Clarinase should not be taken
- There are some cases where this drug should be avoided, because of the side effects it may cause, namely:
- If you are allergic to this drug or its ingredients (mentioned above)
- If you have glaucoma
- If you have trouble urinating
- In case your blood pressure is high
- In case of severe vascular problems
- If you have hyperthyroidism
- If you have been taking or have taken monoxidease inhibitors for the treatment of depression during the previous two weeks
- If you are pregnant or nursing, unless the benefits are greater than the risk
- Children under the age of 12.
- It is also important not to take the drug after its expiry date or if the medicine box is damaged at the time of purchase.
Before taking the medicine.
- It's important to inform your doctor if you have an allergy to the drug before taking it or any other medications, and it's important to tell you about any food allergies you have.
- In addition, you should inform your doctor if you have these health problems:
- Eye problems such as high eye pressure
- Stomach ulcers
- Intestinal obstruction
- Heart disease
- Bladder problems and urination.
- If you are over 60 years of age, you should tell your doctor, older people become more sensitive to certain medications.
Medications interfere with Clarinase
- In addition, it is important to tell your doctor if you are taking any other medications, even those sold over-the-counter, some medications should not be taken with clarinase, including:
- Heart medications and blood pressure
- Antidepressant medications
Tips for clarinase
- Here are the top tips to consider when taking this medication:
- Things to do: Tell all your doctors, including your dentist, that you are taking clarinies, and you should tell your doctor as soon as you get pregnant.
- Things not to do: Do not give medication to anyone else, even if their symptoms are similar to those you suffer from. If you feel medication when taking medication, you should never drive.
- Side effects that may result from taking this drug include:
- Sleep problems
- Dry mouth
- It is important to tell your doctor if these or other symptoms occur, of course.