Can i take zyrtec and zoloft

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I take my zoloft and ativan in morning as it me jittery and causes insomnia. I have seasonal allergies and was wondering the best OTC antihistamine would work better. Allegra, Zyrtec or loratadine. I was on 12.5 zoloft for 2 weeks and tapering up to 25 mg (split another 12.5 in half so 3/4 a pill then one whole 25 mg. I have to do this slowly as I am super sensitive to meds. Thanks for any help. Plus I eventually need to taper down my ativan when I level on the zoloft.
I take zyrtec or allegra with my zoloft and I just take it the opposite of when I take the zoloft. Like I take my allergy meds at night and zoloft in am. I'm not sure if it matters, but that's how I do it.
I am a 31y/o male. I have been taking Zoloft/100mg and Zyrtec 10mg daily for almost 10 years. It has kept my allergies and anxiety to a manageable level. Recently I have been having some health issues. I’ve been more tired than normal, getting headaches, unbalance feelings (vertigo), cloudy feeling, and feelings that my heart is racing too fast when I do anything more than walk. My doctors seem to think it could be one of the meds so we are trying to switch.
My obgyn knew I was taking it, and told me it was fine. I think it's best to take as little RX meds as possible when pg, but I don't think you should be concerned with the Welbutrin.
I have gone to a heart and lung specialist and did a bunch of tests because I was getting dizzy and nausia, and my pulse was high at all times at work, (I work in a nursing home). I can just walk twenty feet and my pulse goes up to 110-140. Now, if my only problem is being out of shape (which I am not... I am nearly 20 yrs old, 5'2" tall and 132 pounds) then why is it getting worse now that I am working out every day?
called Ambrotose, it has completely alleviated the chest pain and shortness of breath as long as I take it everyday. And another product called PLUS which supports the endocrine system which is the root problem of this disorder... the adrenal glands aren't functioning correctly, so this helps balance it out. It helps tackle the root prob and not just the symptoms like prescription meds.
I have been dreaming alot lately. But I didn't take the xanax last night and I was having some crazy dreams. I like to take it at night when I come home from work. Then I shower, watch t.v., and just sit in my own world for a few hours. I don't do it every night (3 times a week), but my mind never stops racing. (I wont take it during the day, and I wont, only if it gets really bad.) I constantly obsess and worry over everyhting. I exercise, take lexapro, have done a lot of counseling.
My Doctor really wanted me to get on antidepressents. I did not and even though there were a few days I thought I could not take it any more, I knew tx was not going to last and all these symptoms of tx would end. Working though troubles of past or now is much more benefial then poping pills as if thats the solution to your problems and the symptoms of those problems making you feel bad.
Since I knew that I tend to have low serotonin, I bought 5-HTP at the health food store and take one nightly. That has held off the spells for awhile; however, I am suffering as I write. With so many people having these symptoms, I think it must be something the doctors are unaware of at this point. I wonder if there is a doctor out there reading our miseries.
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 am a fifteen year old, and I am writing this because I need some advice. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Just a little while ago, I felt as if I was in a thick, tired fog, making it extremely difficult to type. My eyes didn't look right, and I was feeling off-balance. My heart was racing. I randomly had strange "fuzzy" sensations on my skin. I was sensitive to, and irritated by, a lot of normal, everyday things. I felt like a zombie and I couldn't think straight.
Have other people had success with it? What are the common side effects of Zyrtec? The current medications I am taking are Zoloft and Trazodone, would it be ok to take Zyrtec with these 2 prescription drugs? Thank you for your information.
Because I have a LOT of allergies I've always assumed that was what it was. I usually feel a little better after I take a benadryl and aspirin. However I would love this problem to stop occuring. I was given a nose spray by the allergist and this seems to help as well but not completly. I would be interested to hear if you had any success with the allergist. I will be starting shots soon and hope that helps. I have never met anyone who has had these type of problems with there allergies.
They were more concerned about the humming and the heart throb is worse. I can push on the vein in my neck and it will stop. I am sitting here typing and it is loud. Ugh, no one seems to know what to do. I have checked blood pressure and it is mostly fine.
Is there anything else I can take that someone else is on? I have tried proper diet and l thyenine pills that are natural but it only worked for so long. I am very worried and can't stop panicking about it!...
Please make yourself at home and snuggle down. It will be a bit bumpy, but worth it!
I am 31 years old. 8 years ago, I moved to another state, and my husband started a new job for a local pest control company. We were in the process of buying a house and moving. When the dizziness hit me, I was really scared. I didn't know what was going on. I laid down and figured it would pass and it did, but it kept coming in waves for about a week and went away. I went to my PCP and he diagnosed me with Veritgo. For the first two years, I would have these "waves" of dizziness.
5mg in the morning and another at night). I only take one .5mg at night though. I take it and am able to sleep, but my nauseua and weird brain feeling persists. I don't want to take it during the day, I have school and do not want to be sedated. I also am terrified to take Clonazepam, I know it's addictive and the withdrawls are terrible, not to mention it should only be used short term.
I first went to a nurse practioner who said it was all my ears and to take mucinex. I did so but continued to get orse which is when I seen my internist. She was flipping out about how bad it was and wanted me in the hospital, I refused and did meds. I was on steroids for 30 days. I have been fine until now. My symptoms started again yesterday and I go see my internist this week. SO maybe you should find an internist and good luck I think it is more serious then some doctors are acting.
Mine are awful all year round, but have been almost unbearable for the past 2 months. I take Zyrtec but it doesn't seem to help much. If you find a magic cure be sure to tell me! Take care...
My new doctor believed it to just be migraines and suggested I take Zoloft as a preventative measure (I had taken it before for a couple of years). Since taking the Zoloft for a couple of months now I can tell that my headaches aren't as severe anymore but I still have constant tightness/pain in my face (mainly cheekbones, eyes, forehead). I finally decided to see a chiropractor because I was having a lot of tension in my neck accompanying the headache.
It is strange however, because I am only 17 and this has been happening for a number of years now (and I have been ignorant in believing it would go away) and people think I'm sleep deprived when I am yawning constantly at school, even though it can be a bore. I exercise, I am a long-distance runner, and I also get sharp heart pain as well, which the doctors have no explanation for.
Hello, recently I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia and placed on Flexeril and Ultram by an arthritis specialist. I also take Zoloft 150 mg. to help with mental focus & energy; Adderall 10 mg. for ADD.; Levsin SL for neurogenic bladder and irritable bowel syndrome; Calderal and Calicium for secondary hyperparathyroidism; Deconsal II, Zyrtec, and Humibid L.A for chronic allergies which cause sinus infections.
A little beer has helped on rough nights (just a small one). AND, I take Zyrtec for my allergies and I think this helps with sleep. Benadryl is also a good choice for sleep difficulties temporarily. Now I have to figure out how to cut a 100mg Zoloft tab into quarters...lol....They are hard little tabs...
as you can see i am a mess!! so i was feeling ok for about two weeks on the zoloft and wellbutrin sporadically and xanax only when needed until sunday when i developed a migraine and decide to add Percocet and Zyrtec-D to the mix. Those two pushed me over the edge and I was in a state of severe panic for the past two days.
Finding this strength is the toughest part since I am an easy way out kind of guy and always have been. But I feel If I can get up over this hump called life right now and some how accomplish and get some real self esteem that alll these symptoms we write about may just pack themselves up and go on a permanent vacation. Now I am really out.
I quit smoking 9 years ago but have alot of alergies . I use flonease and was taking zyrtec. Any help or opinions would be appreciated. I go up and down with mood swings but its worst when i dont work. I got in a gambling mess and filed bankrucy. my husband and i havent had sex for over 5 years. we stay together for convient reasons and finances. we have been together 30 years and tolerate each other.
I usually just have headaches in the back of my neck and head from tension or the anxiety but since startng on paxil I take only 10 mgs at night and every morning around 4 or 5 I wake up with a headache so bad that nothing will get rid of it....its at my temples and the top of my head....I know there is side effects for anti-depressants but how long do they last and should I call my dr and tell them....my vision is off also and so dizzy....
I luckily haven't gotten the rash yet, and pray it stays the hell away. What I was told by my Dr, was to take Zyrtec. It is Rx, so they would have to get it for you. It gets rid of the itch. As far as Rash, try Calamine or something like that. As far as shots, I haven't felt anything in the past 2 or 3 weeks at all. Little spells of headache, or acheyness, but that is it. Saturday and Sunday have been pretty good for me so far. Hope all is going well, and don't worry about the rage.
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