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This is one of those medications that you can call super-moody; a little more and you’re in deeper waters than where your ailment has lead you to. Allegra falls under the group of antihistamines and is used profusely for the prevention of sneezing; to stop a runny-nose and many other allergic symptoms. However, there are also people who have been found allergic to the chemical fexofenadine hydrochloride and the allergies usually show up in the forms of various side effects like headache, cold, backache, flu, nausea, menstrual pain and drowsiness. If you suffer from any ailments of the heart, kidney or liver, medical supervision is a must. A quick scrutiny shall show Allegra to belong to FDA pregnancy category C i.e. it’s effects on an unborn baby is still unknown; it is also unknown whether it can pass into breast milk. Thus, it is advised to keep children below 6 years of age out of any treatment that involves Allegra

For those who need it, must not exceed the consumption beyond twice a day – once in the morning and then, in the evening. A heightened dose is to be administered only upon the instruction of a medical professional. But, if your doctor misses out any vital piece of information, know that Allegra can cause adverse effects if taken along with any medicine comprising aluminum or magnesium and may also decrease Allegra’s overall effects. Other factors that can substantially reduce the effect of this medicine are moisture and heat; hence, it
must be stored at room temperature away from heat and humidity.

If a dose of Allegra is missed, it should be taken immediately upon remembering if it’s not the time for the next dose; in that case, the missed dose must be skipped. A double dose of Allegra is a strict no-no and requires emergency medical


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