Safe Doses Of Using Allergic Drugs?
Hello,., I have been given the Antihistamine drug prescribed by the General Practitioner of the Amoxicillin Antibiotic Allergy and I have to take the Antihistamine twice a day, I become hesitant to take an Antihistamine, and if the Amoxicillin Allergy appears every 2-3 days, I only take 1 times and I drink when the allergies recur (such as itching or swelling). is it safe to drink 2x? Do antihistamines have side effects and can they be overdosed? if prescribed 2x a day, approximately what is the hourly distance?
Antihistamines are drugs that are used to treat conditions such as allergies. Antihistamines consist of various types. What antihistamine do you use?
Antihistamines can consist of various working hours, so their use varies depending on the type of drug you are using. there are antihistamines that are consumed 1 time per attention, there are also those that can be consumed 3 times per day. Therefore, it is recommended that you take medicines that your doctor regularly gives you according to your doctor's recommendations.
If indeed you are allergic to amoxicillin, then the best therapy is to stop using amoxicillin. Amoxicilin is an antibiotic, one of which can cause allergies. if you are allergic to the drug, even if you take antihistamines, allergy symptoms will continue to appear.
The use of antihisatamines if they are used correctly can be used safely. Some side effects that may be caused by antihistamines such as drowsiness, or dry mouth.
Therefore, it is important to take the medicine according to your doctor's recommendations. Avoid using antibiotics if you are already known to be allergic.
The following article you can read about drug allergies
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