Difference between fexofenadine and loratadine

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I lived with it for about a year and a half taking doctor prescribed medications 10mg Loratadine and other various antihistamines. The Loratadine did the most for me prior to my recent discovery. Loratadine didn't make the rash itself go away, but did make it to where it wasn't necessarily tangible, itchy hives, but rather just red splotches. But I digress. I enlisted into the U.S.
I have been using perfume/dye-free body washes, fabric softener and laundry detergents for years but it hasn't made a difference. I noticed that my shampoo and fragrance-free "for sensitive skin" body wash contains sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS). My legs itch after a shower and sometimes other times for no apparent reason. Just my lower legs though--nowhere else. Sometimes it's painfully itchy--you guy know what I mean!
/ Im on loratadine, neo clarytine, ranitadine and doxepin.. My doctor doesn't seem to acknowledge it though .. And most of my friends think Im bat sh*t crazy.. So yeah.. suppose its nice to know I'm not alone, although I wouldn't wish it on anyone. don't think its as rare as we think either, judging by the number of posts?? Perhaps most people put it down to sensitive skin like I did for about 10 years! P.
within days Oh, I should tell you that the itch would move from place to place on my lower arms between the elbow and the wrist and sometimes backs of hands with every episode, different location. It takes a few days to go completely out of the system, but it's worth a try to anyone who has this. Last night, I drank some Kroger generic brand diet lemon-lime soda, thinking MAYBE the Coke brand could be the problem and not the actual aspartame.
I’ve been back from my parents’ house for 2 months now and have been taking antihistamines. Firstly I was on Loratadine and then Cetirizine Hydrochloride, and both do the job – one a day. I didn’t really start to cut out anything from my diet as I was thinking it could be my reaction to mosquito bites. But as it’s October now and the mosquito season is drawing to an end, I still haven’t got any better. So it’s time to take action, so to speak.
I worked out TWICE today and DIDN'T work out in the past 3 days. My first work out was in a cold room, consisted of a 20 minute combination of running, shooting (double leg take downs), sprawling, jumping, push-ups, squats.... lots of stuff. I didn't itch and sweat alot.
She is not losing as much weight as we had hope with the change in diet. I think you should try for maybe two days and see if you notice a difference and if not go right back to enjoying food as I do.
Like many posts have described the itchy irritation eases up by midday but returns as usual by night time. I believe heat is a catalyst for the reaction and that there is a definite connection between the breakouts and sleep. One doctor told me that your body undergoes over a hundred different chemical reactions exclusively at night when your body is sleeping.
Remember "mdmystery" from the last PATM message board, who was cured after only drinking a small glass of red wine each night and doing a lemon/lime enema every 3 days? I was looking for a connection between the red wine and our problems. This is what I found: "Resveratrol and red wine extracts inhibit the growth of CagA+ strains of Helicobacter pylori in vitro." http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=1489755 http://lib.bioinfo.pl/pmid:17230601 Hmmm...
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