Singulair package insert

Common Questions and Answers about Singulair package insert


The Merck company, that makes Singulair has a website, that includes potential bad side effects. Their webpage can be found at: Also, your pharmacist should have this information, and it should be in your paper "package insert".
If involuntarily movements are caused by a medication and they are not temporary (extra-pyramidal side effects) than a consultation with a neurologist to rule this out is warranted and if they suspect it as a possibility change the medications to something that can't cause it. Look on the package insert or website that's medically reliable to see if that's listed as a long term side effect as well.
Another reason that I suspect histamines are somehow involved is that in the beginning of this cycle of awful smells, when my sinuses started post-nasal dripping like a faucet, I reached for another old OTC remedy, an antihistamine, chlorpheniramine maleate, (the active ingredient in Chlor-Trimaton). I had checked the package insert for Xyrem, and it does not mention anything about antihistamines adversely interacting with it, so I didn't think there would be a problem.