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Cetirizine Alnix Drops

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Nicely Pagulayan Says:
 
I have a one-year old daughter and she has allergies. She also has rashes on her face, hands, and legs, and is frequently attacked by asthma. Her pediatrician prescribed alnix drops 2.5ml for two weeks and then 1ml once a day until she reaches 2 yrs old. I am having doubts the fact that alnix drops have its side effects on babies. Is it really safe to take alnix drops for more than two weeks? I hope you could answer my doubts. Thanks!

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Verwon Says:
 
Cetirizine is an antihistamine, that is commonly used to treat allergies. In the U.S. it is most commonly found under the trade name Zyrtec and is quite often used for children and, when necessary, is used on a long-term basis.

In most cases, when someone suffers from such severe allergic reactions, it is necessary that they take some type of medication for it, on a regular, long-term basis, so in this case, it is advisable to follow her doctors instructions, to obtain the best possible treatment for your daughter.

http:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Cetirizine/­

Have you discussed your concerns with the doctor?

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Owen Says:
 
Yes it is safe for long term use. In a protocol for chronic alergic rhinitis, Alnix is given at a minimum of 3 months once daily.

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Elilangel Says:
 
I have been having Cetrizine for nearly 8 years everyday, due to synas. Now i am too scared to have and not to have. please tell me.

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cecille Says:
 
how much is alnix? our pedia recommend this product for my baby's skin allergy..

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loyd Says:
 
her being so young id realy see a expert about what she is givin i see somethings cause side efects and shes to young to tell you what problems she might start having with somthing . becareful.

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michelle Says:
 
Hi! Elilangel
how old are you?my son is 3 year old his taking cetirizine alnix every morning for more than 3weeks
im afraid of giving more medication but i dont have a choice my son cough every morning...

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christy Says:
 
Cetirizine Alnix Drops-this is the medication that doctors prescribed to my daughter (4yrs old) for her because she been coughing for a week or two. Is this medication is safe for my daughter? And is this the one that she needs for her cough? Thanks

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christler Says:
 
hi, i have a 1 yr old son and he's coughing mostly in the morning when he woke up and followed by vomiting. His pedia recommend alnix drops. Just wanna know if this is safe to take and is it effective?

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Kia Says:
 
Of course it is safe, you should trust your pedia as he/she won't recommend somethng that would harm your child, plus, they are the experts, they knw what they're doing

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Angela Says:
 
My baby is 5 months old and she has a G6PD, is it safe for her to take alnix drops coz she has cough and mucuos coming out evey morning. Hope you can help me... Thanks

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mae Says:
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Hello. My son is 8months old and he has rashes all over his body. I wanted to know if it's safe for him to take it twice today? I gave him alnix last night and it was effective. But this morning the rashes came back. I gave him again 1ml of alnix but the rashes continues

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Winnie the Pooh Says:
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I have a 9 weeks old baby and has rushes all over his face and some on his back and body , his pedia prescribe him Anix to take once daily for one week. Do you think it is safe to take it under 3 months old? Thank you

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love Says:
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my baby is two months old and had pfo in her heart,her pedia prescribed doxofyllyn,when we had her check up last day she added alnix for her medication due to some crackle sounds in her chest,is it safe for my baby to have this 2 med.tnx

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