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    Zyrtec Cetrizine HCl/Antihistamine - 10mg/100 tablets
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    • Helps relieve itchy, red, watery eyes, sneezing and runny, itchy nose, postnasal drip, itching from hives
    • Effective in treating indoor allergies like dust, mold, and pet dander (year-long allergies)
    • Long lasting relief from allergy symptoms

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HEALTH: Warm weather, strong winds create a 'perfect allergy storm'

Allergies, however, may unaccommodating sneezing, dripping noses, itchy hives and an increased cough, with unburden mucous, and hang around for a month. Offenberger recommended over-the-counter antihistamines such as Claritin, Allegra or Zyrtec, or their generic

Treatments to relieve allergy symptoms may impact blood glucose

Spring ushers in seasonal allergies. First, trees release pollen soon followed by summer grasses, rye and weeds generating hay fever. Allergens can be all the more intrusive for individuals with diabetes. Having diabetes may alter the body’s immune system and reaction to both allergy symptoms and allergy medications.

Even on a good day, keeping blood sugar levels where they should be, getting enough sleep, staying disciplined with medications or insulin along with exercising can be challenging. What about the days when we aren’t feeling well? If you have diabetes, you know that being under-the-weather from seasonal allergies may affect how you manage your diabetes.

Allergies, medications and managing your diabetes

Allergies themselves may not affect blood glucose, but medications to treat allergies can. There are many remedies for treating seasonal allergies. Allergy medications whether prescribed by your provider or purchased over-the-counter may impact blood sugar levels. Side-effects such as drowsiness, hyperactivity, nausea, diarrhea and dizziness may also impact blood sugar.

Four month case of hives ... please help!?

I have had hives for four months. I have done everything I know possible, short of visiting an allergist (I've a feeling they will just tell me what I've always been allergic to). I've been on two rounds of prednisone, two Zyrtec per day plus two-three


Get yourself in to see an allergist. Now. If you can't get an appt till June, go to your own doctor. See if he/she could get you in on an emergency basis.

There are some things you just shouldn't try to tough out. This is one of those


Get yourself in to see an allergist. Now. If you can't get an appt till June, go to your own doctor. See if he/she could get you in on an emergency basis.

There are some things you just shouldn't try to tough out. This is one of those


Go to a herbal store? Something has to help.

I have hives...again!?

So I have been randomly breaking out in Hives all over for about 5 months or so now, I went to my doctor and she basically just told me it might be an allergy and is almost impossible to determine to what and to take Benedryl and if that doesn't work


Hmmm, well when I had hives, it was something like, being in a room for 2 hours with a smoker.
Or I ate something.
Did you recently start eating something different?
What I always had to do was sit in the bathtub for a few hours,