A: The expiration date for Allegra 24-Hour Allergy Relief Tablets 30 ct can be found on the Bottom left of the carton and the far-right side of the label. Should you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 1-866-844-2798 or email@example.com.
A: No clinically significant change in blood pressure or heart rate had been observed in long-term clinical trials. [Reference: Simpson, Jarvis. Fexofenadine A Review of its Use in the Management of Seasonal Allergic Rhinitis and Chronic Idiopathic Urticaria. Drugs 2000 Feb; 59 (2): 301-321] • Note: Allegra is contraindicated in patients with known hypersensitivity to any of its ingredients. • Always check with your physician or healthcare professional to determine if taking Allegra with your prescription medication is appropriate for you. This includes medications used for high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, kidney disease, and other types of medications such as antibiotics and products used to lower cholesterol.
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A: Fruit juices block absorption of Allegra when consumed a few hours before and/or after taking Allegra, which means you won’t get your full dose and it won’t be as effective. It’s best to just avoid juices while taking.
A: Most likely it will help. That watery drainage could be due to histamines (inflammatory chemicals that cause leakage in your nasal passages among other areas), or it could be due to exposure to cold dry air and your body attempting to humidify the air you breathe so it doesn’t irritate your lungs (not uncommon for this time of year). If it is due to allergy it will happen regardless of your exposure to cold dry air, and this medication should work. Of the antihistamines, I prefer this one over Claritin. I like it as much as I like Zyrtec, and it is less likely to make you drowsy. Good luck!