Can i take allegra and nyquil

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I take Allegra D (an antihistamine and decongestant) and motrin because I cannot take tylenol. I have had a cold or a mild version of the flu at different times since starting tx (am better now). I wouldn't take anything without talking to your doctor but the allegra d was deemed ok by my dr and it is now OTC. I know it is ok with peg+riba+ and incivek. Hope this helps and hope you feel better soon!
I don't seem to be able to handle hard core antibidoics so I can take zpack, and it helps, but I always seem to be back on it alteast every two months. Now it is starting again, If I touch across my nose it hurts above my eye brows and my upper teeth hurt and ache. I keep getting headahces too that zap me now and then.
but am suffering terribly with my allergies now, sneezing stuffiness and itchiness and my heart rate converted back as soon as it was in resting mode.
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I agree. It's raining like crazy here and I feel like my head is about to explode and I can barely walk straight. Please post and let us know what the ENT says.
I cannot sleep at night at all, and I can only cat nap during the day between coughing fits. I have tried everything. Allegra, flonase, claritin, benadryl, sudafed, menthol, peppermint and tea tree oils in infusers, Tussinex, Nyquil, hot and cold liquids, sitting in a steaming hot shower... Nothing has worked so far. My doctor seems baffled, as my lungs are clear but there is obviously a problem somewhere. Does anyone else have issues like these?
I am allergic to so much and the doc and nurses were even like poor child I am only 24 and I am so angry, depressed and so much more... from all of this I take 300mg of allegra, 3 times a day breathing treatments, tylenol, allergy drops (for those who dont know same as shots) and nothing is helping.
It'll be a bumpy ride but I know you Tramadol Warrirors can do it!
If you have one of the other forms of sinusitis, your doctor can take an x-ray of your head, and the infection may show up as an opaque area on the x-ray. Of course, you don’t really want to get an x-ray of your head unless you really have to, so it’s better to get a CAT scan of your sinuses, which is the more accurate way to diagnose the specific form of sinusitis that you are suffering from. Sometimes, however, you can have a sinus infection that won’t show up on a CAT scan of your sinuses.
I clear my throat all the time and cannot talk. I am off dairy. That didn't work. I'll try anything. I am not on Allegra and acid reducer which are not working.
not being able to find a cause. I have had an allergy test and I have high allergy to dust mites. How can you totally free your home of dust mites! I have used Tea Tree oil in my washing machine for my towels, bed sheets and clothes. I have had a blood test, which was pointless. I'm not sure what else to do.. you forget what it was like to be itch-free! My hives started on my back.. extreme fiery red itch. But recently it hasn't been on my back at all..
Im just trying to learn to take it when I REALLY need it and not cover up the fact I dont accept this disease and havnt for 20 years. Im 31 and its time to move on I know but its hard. I have it pretty serverly. Ive had two wrist fusions my hip worked on and two finger replacements. And all I want to do when I get pain med is to take it all day so I can feel normal and not hurt. Sorry for rambaling it just upsets me that your better half cant support you. We are here for you. I will be.
The advair does not help but I need it anyway for my asthma, and so with rhynocort for my nasal allergies. Zyrtec is what I take for my indoor and outdoor allergies. I am done with Claritin and Alegra which does not help with my allergies. I take vitamins C, Calcium with D, iron, magnesium, and also take Fish oil and garlic pills. Tonight I decided to skip all the pills including vitamins and hopefully the coughing will be less frequent.
I am on cipro right now which is definitely not an antibiotic prescribed for sinusitis, and dealing with some wicked dizzyness. I am hopeful that this will work and you can be assured that I will get a repeat culture after the completion of my course of antibiotics. If the infection is not completely gone, I might need IV antibiotics....I also read that Serratia-caused meningitis is 80% fatal in most cases. Can you imagine if for some reason my infection spread to my brain?
It can itch for hours and I'm getting really frustrated because I am 16 and when I am in school, I can start to itch and the itch is making it hard for me to pay attention in school. Also, the bumps and welts appear sometimes without the itching, and before the bumps, welts, and itching begin, the area gets hot.
i am not a good speller or writer but here goes, I am so glad to know i am not the only one possibly overdosing myself on antihystimins i too have these sneezing attacks about 2 times a month i have known allergies and take meds daily with good results usualy symptom free but when an attack comes nothing stops it i cannot function i cant seem to figure out what triggers it and then the next day im warn out.
Background info (related or not I don't know) I am 35 and male. In my late teens and then again about 26 I had 1-2 year bouts with what I thought was cronic fatigue syndrome, but was never diagnosed. Then when I was about 30. I began to experience a multitude of new symptoms. I wasn't really paying much attention so I really don't know which came first but this is the best I can remember. I used to always sit with my left leg tucked up under my right knee.
Background info (related or not I don't know) I am 35 and male. In my late teens and then again about 26 I had 1-2 year bouts with what I thought was cronic fatigue syndrome, but was never diagnosed. Then when I was about 30. I began to experience a multitude of new symptoms. I wasn't really paying much attention so I really don't know which came first but this is the best I can remember. I used to always sit with my left leg tucked up under my right knee.
It most certainly causes an instinctual panic (almost for my very survival!) when it happens, and the more I can remain calm, inhale deeply initially while I still can, I can help myself to lessen the severity and the duration of these attacks. My initial instinct is to run for a glass of water, although I have to remember I can choke on that for real! But, while I can, it seems to calm me a bit.
Anyways I am desperately looking for a solution to this problem because I can not take it anymore, I will post anything I can come up with that works. Beleive me I feel your pain. Has anyone tryed the wax candles?
I'm sorry, I forgot to mention this and I don't see that I can edit my last post. I've NEVER had a hangover in my life. Even the few times I've drank to extreme excess in the past, I felt fine the next morning. It seems that most or all of us note that we either don't drink or only drink one or two. Has anybody tried drinking through the pain and had enough to get "drunk"? I'm wondering if maybe only drinking a couple is our problem, and drinking more than that would be ok?
Eleven months ago I had a titanium alloy dental implant along with a sinus lift and bovine bone graft. The surgery was successful and the implant has since integrated with the bone. One to two months after the surgery I started having cramps in the lower extremities that progressed to constant aching in the feet and knees.
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