Take Allergy Medications And Paracetamol At The Same Time?
Can incidal drugs and paracetamol be combined
The medicine you mentioned is a drug containing cetirizine which is an antihistamine class drug used to treat symptoms of allergies, runny nose, sneezing, itching, skin rashes and others. This drug is a prescription drug that must be used by a doctor's prescription. Cetirizine should not be used together with some of the same substances and should also be taken with alcohol or sedatives as they can increase their effect. Side effects that can arise alone include drowsiness, dizziness, nausea, dry mouth, nasal irritation, stomach pain, weakness, or diarrhea.
Paracetamol itself is an antipyretic analgesic drug that is used to treat mild-moderate pain and also treat fever. This drug is an over-the-counter drug that can be obtained without a doctor's prescription but please use caution especially if you have a history of allergies to similar drugs, have liver, kidney, or gastric ulcers. Paracetamil itself needs to be avoided using it in conjunction with other drugs such as blood thinners, anti-seizure drugs, metoclopramide, or fungal drugs such as ketoconazole which can increase side effects or reduce the effectiveness of paracetamol. Side effects that can arise alone include rashes, swelling, allergic reactions, low blood pressure, palpitations, overdose if consumed in large quantities at the same time and others.
For this reason, if you experience a condition, you should check with your doctor so that they are given treatment in accordance with the conditions you are experiencing in order to prevent side effects from unwanted treatment.
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dr. Adhi P.