Zyrtec and fatigue

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hands swelling, Hives and itching i consult doctor that time he prescribed me Zyrtec but every week this happens than my doctor use an allergy kit 5 or 6 injection course of 3 to 6 month i don't remember exactly name after that swelling not comes but whole body itching for relief i use Zyrtec but from some time when i take Zyrtec my mouth dry i think side effect of Zyrtec but for relief i have no other option.
Both Allegra and Zyrtec are 24 hour medications in my area. I have known several people who took 3 Zyrtec in one day, and my allergist says that you can't really OD on antihistimines. You should be sure to drink PLENTY of water and watch for signs of constipation and dehydration. You should make sure that your dr is well aware of how much of these meds you are taking to make sure that they are ok with any other medications you maybe taking.
How much Zyrtec can I take? I am on 10mg of zyrtec a day and 20mg or Loratadine a day as well. I'm 29yrs old, the reason why I want to take more is, 5yrs ago I was in a car accident and got TBI- Traumatic Brain Injury, The part of my brain that sends out signals got damaged. My hip strength was at like 10% on one side and 15% or normal on the other side. Well, I had a plugged nose and I asked my doc for something and he gave me Loratadine to help me with my nose.
The lightheadedness has improved and is almost completely gone, but I still do not feel right and other symptoms remain. My biggest problem right now is extreme fatigue. I seem always to be tired, and I have been getting plenty of rest, usually at least nine hours a night. The other day I had a 10-hr night of sleep, woke up, and three hours later, was extremely drowsy again. Took a three hour nap and still felt so lethargic.
I have a cough, and feel fatigued... but no fever at all... what could that be?
I'm a 52 year old maile who is athletic and in good shape. 3 years ago, I went through a period of approximately 2-3 weeks in which I felt fatigued, throat wasn't sore, but felt a little irritated, and had some sinus pressure. I had assumed it was some type of allergy, which I had never had in my life. Things got back to normal and I didn't think any more of it. Yesterday, I started feeling the same way.
Does anyone else suffer from extreme fatigue, heavy limbs and aches when the spring pollen is about? I have the usual eye and throat issues but can cope with that but the tiredness really effects my ability to function. I don't know what to do about it and get to help from my GP. Any tips to cope greatly appreciated.
The supplements I take is Super B-Complex, D3 1000, and Zyrtec for allergies. Now I have taken precautions in not masturbating n I have been 2 days clean. What can I do to reverse these effects and enjoy the rest of my teen years while I still have them?
The supplements I take is Super B-Complex, D3 1000, and Zyrtec for allergies. Now I have taken precautions in not masturbating n I have been 2 days clean. What can I do to reverse these effects and enjoy the rest of my teen years while I still have them?
Like many of you, I've been frustrated and confused by a combination of symptoms including fatigue, muscle and joint pain, severe headaches and neck pain, and bloating. I've had bouts of depression and anxiety but after extensively pursuing this angle I've concluded that they are the result of having so much chronic pain and discomfort and not the cause.... I've followed rigid food elimination diets in the past but that was before my pain and fatigue kicked in a few years ago.
i have been suffering from debilatating allergies/sinus probs, fatigue, and dizziness for about a year now. i do have allergies to mold, dust, milk products, and corn products. my allergy doc says my symptoms are all from allergies, but i have been trying everything 2 avoid the allergens, been getting allergy shots, tried numerous allergy medications, with no help from anything! does anyone else experience this type of thing? i seriously feel like i am getting so depressed.
She also has begun to get new symptoms. She sometimes has low grade fevers with no illness. She has days of fatigue and loss of appetite. She also has sharp pains in her abdomen and nausea. More recently, she has joint pain. Just last night after a couple of hours swimming, she woke up in extreme pain in both of her shoulders. The pain did not subside for 4 hours, and that is with the addition of Tylenol and cold compress.
They burn more than itch, I am very weak and tired, and now am having pain in the muscles in my arms and neck. I have been on 2 MethylPREDNISolone 4mg packs within two weeks. They symptoms go away, but come back around the second day after I have taken my last pills on either pack. The problem is the steroids are now making me feel bad. I was in the ER and was told to stop all the meds and just take my vitamins.
General moderate Weakness and fatigue Chronic Unproductive Cough Feels like I have a fever but I don't some muscle spasms in left arm what feels like heart spasms (i think its near the upper right corner) nausea daily headaches and sinus issues It feels like I am dehydrated and have to force myself to continue to drink liquids. I get in about 60-70 oz/day. Any help is appreciated.
For the past 6 years I have suffered with chronic fatigue and chronic hives. I have been diagnosed with Chronic Idiopathic Uticaria. Over the past 6 years I have been to 7 different doctors ( 4 immunologists, 1 geneticist and 2 rheumatologists). The consensus is that I may also have an underlying autoimmune disease, as numerous other illnesses (from food allergies, celiac sprue, h pylori, thyroid disorders, etc...) have been ruled out.
It is uncommon that an asthma problem start later in life (not in childhood) and is that sever that produce fatigue and shortness of breath. Talk to a cardiologist and complete your study.
Had been on Augmentin for a sinus infection, just finishing up the script, and take Crestor, Nexium, and Zyrtec on a regular basis. Symptoms started a few days after starting generic Zyrtec, which also caused unbelievable dryness that felt like I was dehydrated (no vomiting, though). A day after the chills, I noticed my urine was dark and my stools were very light, almost gray, and I started getting very itchy but no rash.
15pm. Slept hard, no interruptions for once. No dreams that I remember. fatigue is increased and I have no energy. sinus infection might be returning. Allergies are above a 10 out of 12 again today. Resumed taking Zyrtec daily, but last night my sinuses actively hurt. Today they're still tender, esp on the right. pain is average.
I will get these headaches, but they are not the fantastic type that just blow you away, i have gotten those when i was younger and would have to sleep them off, but they are just headaches, i would notice my vision would get blurry before it would happen, and the headache would come, and its just a general feeling of unease. it lasts short time, or a long time, usually when im stressed yes but couldnt it just be allergies contributing to all of this.
I am a 24 yr old female with a history of Atypical migraines that started off with aura and classic symptoms of light and sound sensitivity, nausea, irritability and has progressed over the last 3 years to mood changes - euphoria, depression and about 6 episodes of seizures. Since the seizures I've been left with muscle twitches in my eyelid, but mostly in my legs, gluteals included, sometimes actual muscle jerks than can move the limb. I am also in my 3rd bout of chronic urticaria.
I am able to get through my day as long as I take my Synthroid and Zyrtec. I have tried other H1 and H2 blockers but the Zyrtec is what really has helped me. I hope this helps someone else. I pray that we all get through this soon and that we dont have to live on these meds our whole lives.
I am becoming somewhat frustrated with the way a lot of my colleagues practice medicine. Disenchanted, angry would be the other words that could be used. We all get ostensibly that same training and all of us are supposedly in it to help our patients. So, how come have I been getting so many letters lately on my addiction forum from desperate people unable to quit taking the tramadol pills that their own kind doctors have so freely prescribed for them?
However, he does experience fatigue, unusual warmth, nausea, feels like he could pass out, and then he gets the blotchy red and white patches on his face. I am concerned it could be possibly related to blood pressure and/or a cardiac issue? Can you let me know your thoughts? Thanks so much!
I now take a Valium 1/2 hour before dosing with Riba and incivek and it works fine. I don't know if it is for everyone though. It can be addictive and I'm not working so I can go back to sleep if it makes me to tired, but I couldn't take the physical anxiety. It makes you feel like you want to jump out of you skin. More physical then mental. I feel much better now.
We visited many doctors and all denied the flu shot was the culprit and no one can tell us when this will go away! He takes 2 zyrtec and benedryl at night. If he misses a dose his eyes and lips swell up and he is covered head to toe. It's annoying that I know what caused this but no one will own up to it.
I saw an allergist a week ago and she put me on allegra in the day time and zyrtec at night, and I'm also on a nose spray called Veramyst. The hives have never gone away completely save for the three days I was on a steroid. Today they are as worse as ever. I just want them to go away forever. And I don't know how to make that happen....
First off, I do have the regular kind of seasonal allergies, for which I am currently using Zyrtec and Nasonex. For many years I have had seasonal swelling of my hands and feet and joint/muscle pain up my legs to my knees, and up my arms to my elbows. It starts at the beginning of spring and ends with frost. I live in northern New England, so spring for me is April/May and frost happens in October. My doctor thinks it is fibromyalgia, but I wonder about that.
The class of drugs that benadryl is in (1st generation, or "classic," H1 antihistamines) is contraindicated in dysautonomia. This does not mean that ALL dysautonomia patients cannot safely take benadryl (or other drugs in this class such as phenergan/promethazine), but that there is a high rate of adverse and in rare cases even dangerous interactions between drugs in this class and the abnormalities of autonomic dysfunction.
They took away migraines, dizziness and light sensitivity however the fatigue, weakness and other symptoms worsened...not sure if due to reaction to medication used for injections. My PCP is a DO (doctor of osteopath)....he believes Chiari is the problem from 1st visit and is my big help in getting me into the well known NS. Interestingly enough when I called to make an appt. with the cardiologist and asked to be switched to someone that specializes in POTS....
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