Can i take zyrtec d while pregnant

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I am alittle over 10 weeks pregnant and my allergies are miserable. I know I can take benadryl and believe my I do but I can't take it during the day because it makes me sleepy. Can people out there tell me if there is anything else I can take. Have any of you had to take allergy medicine? I am at my wits end.
My doctor told me i can take claritin. Not Clsritin D, but the regular claritin.
I have found that extreme changes in weather patterns also greatly affect me. I take hydrocodone APAP 500 for my headaches. I also take Cymbalta, it is a depression medication that is also used for neuropathic pain. Of course, having this condition is enough to make a person get depressed! I hope this has helped!
There's certain allergy medicines that are ok to take while pregnant. I know benadryl is one of them not sure what the others are.
Now, my wife is already pregnant for 10 weeks.
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Hi I recently found out im about 6 weeks pregnant and I stopped taking my allergy medication (zyryec-D) because I didn't know if it was safe to take while pregnant. The only problem is, is that I'm having the worst time because everything triggers me to sneeze or rub my eyes and at night it's especially bad because I can't breathe as easily as I was able to while on my allergy medication. I don't have an appointment with a doctor for a few weeks and I haven't gotten a chance to ask.
He ended up prescribing me zythromax antibiotic, over the counter mucinex-D, and another OTC allergy med. This really did nothing that I can recall other than perhaps take away some of my fatigue. A week later, still with the original symptoms, I saw an ENT who cleaned my wax-packed ears out and prescribed me Omnicef antibiotic and OTC afrin which I have been on for 9 days now and have not experienced any improvement.
Years' prior to this I would go for an annual physical and a trip or 2 to the doctor for a sinus infection. I have seasonal allergies that I take zyrtec or xyzol for when needed. I don't really take any other meds except a daily vitamin when I remember. My labs have all come back okay so not my thyroid or potassium levels. I went to the doctor in late July because I felt like I was vibrating or better yet had buzzing in my R cheek and a migraine.
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Hi ladies have any of you had a cold while pregnant? I have a bad cold & it feels like a fever wants 2 come..I just feel miserable..please tell me what types of things you ladies have tried besides taking Tylenol..I really want this cold gone..
I mentioned it to my allergies few years ago, and she prescribed zyrtec (antihistamine). It helps all my allergies, including the water allergy. If I take the zyrtec every day, I do not itch and there are not red spots or hives. Zyrtec does make you quiet a bit tired, but you can take it before you go to bed.
But I asked my doctor what I could take and she gave me a list of things pregnant woman can take.. Benadryl Claritin Claritin D Zyrtec Zyrtec D you don't have to get the name brands you can get the store brands of all these still works.. She said they are safe to take and not harmful to the baby at all... Benadryl makes me sleepy and I have come imune to it from taking it alot as a kid for my allergies but Claritin works great and it doesn't make you sleepy. :) hope this helps.
However there's two activities that i practice each time i can and i do not notice myself yawning or trying to yawn while performing this two activities: swimming or having sex. Any suggestions....?
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I have discovered that if I go more than 10 or 12 hours without my tramadol I begin getting a headache which progresses to nausea, upset stomach and a generally not feeling well, to the point that I have to lie down. Sometimes I even have cold sweats and chills. I have found myself taking one just to relieve those symptoms I am concerned that I am dependent on the tramadol and it doesn’t look like I am going to get rid of the pain, and the need, any time soon.
It is 4 a.m. and I am desperately trying to figure out why I continue to break out in hives and have joint pain in my elbows, feet, hands and legs. I too started breaking out in hives after taking the antibotic Solodyn for acne. After a trip to the ER, it was assumed that I had an alergic reaction to the medicine. I stopped taking the medicine after only 3 weeks and needless to say, I am still breaking out in hives and have joint pain. I have been tested for allergies and that was negative.
The spasm cough causes it all and when it goes away (usually 4 to 5 days) things are relatively normal although a normal cough stays with me for weeks after. I notice if I catch it early (which means I carry antibiotics with me all the time) it is not as nearly as bad. Doctors have diagnosed this as Asthma, chronic bronchitis, bronchial asthma etc etc. All different specialists seem to have a different prognosis and the recommended pills over the years have not really done any good.
I have been taking prednisone for the last few days, I guess that’s to help with swelling and bleeding but I’m not real sure. I take 10 pills a day (50mg) and I find they make me very moody, tired and make me want to pee. Dec. `12th, since I’m going to be bed ridden for a few days you’d think that I would be out doing something, but nope, I’m on the computer watching videos and reading blogs on sinus surgery and septoplasty, geesh.
I get real bad spring allergies.. (D*mn trees) I am not pregnant yet.. What meds are allowed to take for allergies during pregnancy?? I am on CD8 and will be TTC within the next 2 weeks. I am taking clarinex right now but will stop once i know i am pregnant.. Any advice will be appreciated!! thanks Staci PS thanks for all the Happy Birthday's Yesterday!!
I still wake up 4-5 hours later to take another dose to get me through the rest of the night. ZYRTEC take it during the day. I take the 24 hour pill. Within in a hour the my legs feel better and I am not as irritable through out the day. It is an antihistamine and counters the receptors that make your legs twinge. It's also non- addictive and stops the sniffels and watery eyes.
I am so miserable. The only thing I can take is zyrtec and benadryl which don't offer much relief. I am only 5 weeks and I am miserable and on the verge of losing my mind. The chances of me having hives for the remainder of my pregnancy is high. I try my very best to deal with the discomfort by using gentle soaps, taking cool baths with oatmeal, and using a lot of hydrocortisone creams. Good luck! Always remember that there is someone else out there going through it too.
I have had cortisone shots and know that they are only temporary, if they work at all. I take antihistamines at night so I can sleep, but I try to take the lowest dosage possible and I experiment with going off of them on weekends (when I don't have work the next morning) so that I don't become dependent on them.
coz the only thing that stops my feet itching now is when I take benadryl and I don't wanna do that when I get pregnant. Any advice would be appreciated!
My doctor put me on one zyrtec a day. And I've had many fewer cases over the last two years. When I forget to take the pill, I almost always swell, but even when I'm on it, it still happens occasionally. I also have a prescription for atarax/hydroxyzine (mainly to help with the itching - it doesn't seem to help the swelling go down any faster). It normally goes down in 24-48 hours, sometimes it takes 72-96. Benadryl does not seem to make a big difference - I usually just have to wait it out.
My husband knows I had taken it back before I was pregnant and had to stop 4 years ago. I didn't know any of what I know now about it but I knew it was hard to stop. I had given him the pills bc I couldn't stop on my own but had to bc I was preg. I was only taking like 2 a day at the time. I had kinda unintentionally weaned down over a year or so prior. Now he knows I have had an Rx on the past 18 months but doesn't know I've been on it this whole time.
So since I read that one of your cycles is 23-24 days and you are pregnant after a later D/C then my, I was just wondering about me. I am still hoping that I did OV this saturday (03/25) since the OV kit piked on friday (03/24) but am bit concerne since we have not been doing the BBT or the mucus. Any advise? I feel like I could get my AF any minute because my lower back is sore and I just feel weird things in my abdomen, which I never feel. Anyway, when do you think I should test the earliest?
My doctor told me that certain people react to antihistmines differently than others, so maybe try all. I am about to start cetirizine (Zyrtec). I can only hope it will give me another 6 months. Here's a new twist....I drink decaffinated coffee and when I do it's worse. Anyone notice this? I know that there are chemicals in it so maybe??? I have just cut it out, can only hope it would be that easy! Good luck to everyone!
( I can feel the 'itchies' coming on and I take one Benedryl ... since I am MORE aware now of the 'triggers'...I can stay away from the triigers and keep Benedryl on hand...A friend of mine said her mother gets what you have...she has to wash everything she owns about 8 times when new before wearing any item!! and she washed it in "ALL Dye and Perfume Free" Detergent...and uses dye and perfume free fabric softener sheets...
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