Texa 10 Mg

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ramdheen Says:
my wife has been requested to take take Texa for life . Are there any side effects to taking this medication for such a long period.

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Verwon Says:
All medications cary the risk of side effects, regardless of how long they are used, though some can cause more severe problems if used long-term.

Text contains the active ingredient Cetirizine, which is an antihistamine that is most commonly used to treat allergies.

Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth.

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Nhlanhla Nkosi Says:
In 2008 I developed an alergy which does not allows me to sit or walk under sunshine during winter, my body reaction was a medium rush which is not only itching, but painful like something is burning my body. I went to many doctors and they all could not find the right prescription for the treatment, until last year when I consulted a pharmacist at clicks and recommended texa10 for treatment during changes of season, especially winter because its when the reaction takes place. It worked last year but this year I'm using the same prescription and the reaction is getting worse, I don't know what to do. PLEASE HELP ME

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loga govender Says:
Texa is always effective however the system sometimes becomes immune to some medication.
But it is unlikely with Texa.
Did you have an allergy test done?
If texa worked last year then it should work again.

Watch what type of clothing you wear.
Sometimes this can cause it.

If you can get hold of egg lecitin this might help.
NOT soya lecitin.

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