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Zyrtec

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The hormones are activated due to an irritation that the body perceives as a threat to its well-being.
Zyrtec is prescribed to inhibit motion sickness, nausea, vomiting and dizziness.
Zyrtec is prescribed to treat chronic uticaria, a persistent rash that looks like hives.
Zyrtec is prescribed to treat symptoms of hay fever and other allergic reactions.
Zyrtec works by opposing histamines, the hormones responsible for the itching, sneezing, runny noses and watery eyes associated with an allergic reaction.

Zyrtec is an antihistamine. It is prescribed to treat the sneezing; itchy, runny nose; and itchy, red, watery eyes caused by seasonal allergies such as hay fever. Zyrtec also relieves the symptoms of year-round allergies due to dust, mold, and animal dander. This medication is also prescribed in the treatment of chronic itchy skin and hives.

Contraindications

Zyrtec is contraindicated if you have any of the following conditions:
- Enlarged prostate;
- Glaucoma (Zyrtec may increase eye pressure and worsen the problem);
- Intestinal impediments;
- Kidney diseases;
- Liver diseases;
- Stomach ulcers;
- Urinary difficulties (Zyrtec may worsen the condition);

Interactions

Do not take Zyrtec with any of the following drugs:
- Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (this should never be prescribed together with Zyrtec);
- Ketoconazole (use of this medicine may increase of fexofenadine in the blood);
- Erythromycin;
- Central nervous system depressants;
- Anticholinergics;

Side Effects

Zyrtec side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
- Convulsions;
- Difficulty urinating;
- Dizziness;
- Feeling faint;
- Irritability and/or hysteria;
- Mouth-, nose- and/or throat dryness;
- Unusual excitement and nightmares;
- Unusual irritability;
- Drowsiness;

Zyrtec side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
- Wheezing;
- Sore Throat;
- Sleepiness;
- Nosebleed;
- Headache;
- Fatigue;
- Dry Mouth;
- Diarrhea;
- Coughing;
- Drowsiness;
- Abdominal Pain;

Overdose

Reported Zyrtec overdose symptoms are:
- Clumsiness;
- Faint feeling;
- Hallucinations;
- Red flashes;
- Seizures;
- Severe drowsy feeling;
- Severe dryness of nose, mouth and throat;
- Shortness of breath;
- Troubled breathing;

Other Brand Names

In some countries Zyrtec may also be known as:
- Adezio;
- Agelmin;
- Alenstran;
- Alerid;
- Alerlisin;
- Alertop;
- Aletir;
- Alnok;
- Bebexin;
- Benaday;
- Blezamont;
- Brellercet;
- Cabal;
- Cet-10;
- Cetidac;
- Cetiderm;
- Cetihexal;
- CetiLich;
- Ceti-Puren;
- Cetirhexal;
- Cetirigamma;
- Cetirizine;
- Cetriler;
- Cidron;
- Coolips;
- CTZ;
- ELG Nil;
- Findaler;
- Formistin;
- Gentiran;
- Hamiltosin;
- Heinix;
- Histimed;
- Humex Rhinite Allergique;
- Kilsol;
- Letizen;
- LGNil;
- Parlazin;
- Prixlae;
- Ralizon;
- RatioAllerg;
- Reactine;
- Revalintabs;
- Rhinil;
- Rigix;
- Salvalerg;
- Sanaler;
- Sixacina;
- Spatanil;
- Stopaler;
- Tirizin;
- Unizef;
- Vick-Zyrt;
- Virlix;
- Voltric;
- Zetalerg;
- Zetir;
- Zicet;
- Zinetrin;
- Zyrlex;

Dosage.

ADULTS AND CHILDREN 12 YEARS AND OLDER

The usual starting dose is 5 or 10 mg once a day, depending on the severity of your symptoms. If you have a kidney or liver condition, the doctor will probably prescribe 5 mg daily.

ADULTS 6 TO 11 YEARS

The usual starting dose is 5 or 10 mg (1 or 2 teaspoonfuls of syrup) once a day. If your child has a kidney or liver condition, the doctor will probably prescribe the lower dose.

ADULTS 2 TO 5 YEARS

The usual starting dose is 2.5 mg (one-half teaspoonful) once a day. Dosage may be increased to a maximum of 5 mg (1 teaspoonful) once daily or 2.5 mg (one-half teaspoonful) every 12 hours. If the child has a kidney or liver condition, Zyrtec should not be given.

ADULTS 6 TO 23 MONTHS

The usual starting dose is 2.5 mg (one-half teaspoonful) once a day. In children 12 to 23 months old, the dose can be increased to a maximum of 5 mg a day, given as 2.5 mg (one-half teaspoonful) every 12 hours. Zyrtec should not be prescribed if your child has kidney or liver problems.
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