We sell Clarinex and its generic form at 5mg strength to customers with an RX prescription from a Medical Doctor.
Side Effects of Clarinex
Possible side effects include Dry Mouth, Sore Throat, Cough, Muscle Pain, Drowsiness, Fatigue, Nausea, Upset Stomach, Dizziness, Diarrhea, and Headache. Tell your doctor if these symptoms become severe or do not go away. More serious side effects include irregular heartbeat, fever, flu symptoms, seizure, and Jaundice.
Although they are rare, seek emergency help if you experience any allergic reaction to Clarinex including Hives, trouble breathing, or Swelling.
How to Take Clarinex
Take Clarinex exactly as instructed by your doctor. It is usually taken once per day with or without food. Do not take more or less medication than prescribed. Call your doctor if your symptoms do not get better.
Continue your regular diet unless otherwise instructed.
Clarinex has a long-lasting effect in moderate or low doses and does not usually cause drowsiness at normal doses, but do not drive or do any activity requiring alertness until you are aware how it will affect you.
Do not take an extra dose to make up for a missed one. Take the missed one as soon as you remember, or skip it and take the next scheduled on if it's almost time for it.
Keep the medication tightly closed in its container stored at room temperature, away from excess heat and moisture (like in the bathroom).
Precautions for Clarinex
Tell your doctor about any allergies and history of liver or kidney disease.
Tell your doctor if you are taking other antihistamins, amiodarone, azithromycin, cimetdine, erythromcycin, fluoxetine, or ketoconazole as they may interact with these medications and cause increased risk of side effects.
It is unknown if Clarinex is safe for pregnant women to take. Consult your doctor if you become or plan to become pregnant or start breastfeeding. Do not give this drug to children without first consulting your doctor.
Clarinex should be used with extreme caution for children under the age of 12.
Clarinex may cause drowsiness and dizziness made worse if taken with alcohol or other medicines. Be cautious and do not drive or perform other tasks until you know how you will react to it.
It may interfere with skin allergy tests. Consult your doctor as you may need to stop taking it for a few days before any test.
Additional Information about Clarinex
Important information about Clarinex
1. Clarinex treats hay fever and seasonal allergy symptoms caused by reactions to substances in the air.
2. It is an antihistamine that blocks histamine, a substance in the body that caused allergic symptoms.
3. Clarinex specifically is used for relief against symptoms of sneezing, runny nose, and itchy or watery eyes. In some cases, histamine can close up the bronchial tubes (air passages of the lungs) and make breathing difficult.
4. It is also used to treat and relieve itching and rash due to chronic hives.
5. Do not take Clarinex if you are allergic to any ingredient in desloratadine or loratadine.
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