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Co Aleva Side Effects
I have a contact allergy and this is the medicine that work for me. Every time I stopped using taking this medicine, the rushes in my hands appeared. Just want to know what will happen if I take this medicine more than my doctors prescription time. ## Co-Aleve contains the active ingredients Ebastine and Betamethasone, it is used to treat seasonal allergies, but since the Betamethasone is a steroid class medication, it can cause some serious complications if used for a very long period of time. You should speak to your doctor about finding something else that is safe for you to use long-term. How long of a course does your doctor usually prescribe? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Aleve.
Mon, Apr 23 '12, 5:51 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 224554
co aleva
white circle tablet ebastine + betamethasone ## please explain co aleva ebastine+betamethasone the uses for,side effects if there is ## Ebastine is a non-sedating antihistamine, these are used to treat allergic reactions, anxiety and to help prevent nausea. Betamethasone is a steroid, commonly used to treat pain, inflammation and as an immunosuppressant. Common side effects can include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and weight gain. You can read more here: Did you have any other questions? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Ebastine.
Wed, Aug 19 '09, 3:32 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 194267
Co Aleva Tablet
about co-aleva tablet ## Co-Aleva contains the active ingredients Ebastine and Betamethasone, it is most commonly used to treat allergic rhinitis. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowiness, weight gain and fluid retention. Learn more: Are there any other comments or questions? ## does co aleva contains substance that can make woman or man impotent?pls reply ty ## can co-aleva cause a delay for women's regular menstruation? hoping for a feedback. tnx. ...
Updated 1 month ago in Ebastine.
Thu, Oct 16 '14, 6:37 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 213087
co aleva ebastine betamethasone
co aleva ebastine betamethasone ## Co-Aleva contains 10mgs of Ebatsine and 500mcgs of Betamethasone, it is used as antihistamine, mainly to treat allergies. Common side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, dry mouth and weight gain. Are there any questions or comments? ## very informative, clear and consise, comporehensive. Congratulations! ## what's the dosage for elderly and how long normally? ## Is co-aleva treatment for asthma? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Ebastine.
Sun, Jul 29 '12, 6:20 PM   4  Subscribe to thread 210475
 Ebastel Ebastine
Ebastine (trade names Evastin, Kestine, Ebastel, Aleva, Ebatrol) is a H1 antihistamine with low potential for causing drowsiness. It does not penetrate the blood–brain barrier to a significant amount and thus combines an effective block of the H1 receptor in peripheral tissue with a low incidence of central side effects, i.e. seldom causing sedation or drowsiness.[1][2][3] The patent in which the structure of ebastine is first mentioned is EP 134124 in Europe and US 4550116 in the US. T...
 Evastel Ebastine
Ebastine (trade names Evastin, Kestine, Ebastel, Aleva, Ebatrol) is a H1 antihistamine with low potential for causing drowsiness. It does not penetrate the blood–brain barrier to a significant amount and thus combines an effective block of the H1 receptor in peripheral tissue with a low incidence of central side effects, i.e. seldom causing sedation or drowsiness.[1][2][3] The patent in which the structure of ebastine is first mentioned is EP 134124 in Europe and US 4550116 in the US. T...
 Kestine Ebastine
Ebastine (trade names Evastin, Kestine, Ebastel, Aleva, Ebatrol) is a H1 antihistamine with low potential for causing drowsiness. It does not penetrate the blood–brain barrier to a significant amount and thus combines an effective block of the H1 receptor in peripheral tissue with a low incidence of central side effects, i.e. seldom causing sedation or drowsiness.[1][2][3] The patent in which the structure of ebastine is first mentioned is EP 134124 in Europe and US 4550116 in the US. T...
 Ebastine
Ebastine (trade names Evastin, Kestine, Ebastel, Aleva, Ebatrol) is a H1 antihistamine with low potential for causing drowsiness. It does not penetrate the blood–brain barrier to a significant amount and thus combines an effective block of the H1 receptor in peripheral tissue with a low incidence of central side effects, i.e. seldom causing sedation or drowsiness.[1][2][3] The patent in which the structure of ebastine is first mentioned is EP 134124 in Europe and US 4550116 in the US. T...


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