Antihistamine Combinations Anyone?

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Has anyone been or currently prescribed Cetirizine and multiple other allergy-antihistamines at the same time? It helped at first but then I got allergic to 12 other medications in about 1.5 years. Ibuprophen end was the first, then came Dapsone. I was prescribed Cetirizine, Ranitidine, Xolaire, Montelucast, and Diphenhydramine-Benadryl. I now have Montelucast, Doxepin, and Cetirizine added to my allergy list. Can combining Xolair, Ranitidine, and Diphenhydramine cause another allergic reaction or is that just withdrawal or ongoing side effects from stopping cetirizine and doxepin within one week together? Reactions every night now since August 23rd. Sometimes small or just an epi pen or prednisone. Doctor said 'Doxepin is the last and only thing that will help'. I'm allergic to it!!! Any ideas, let me know {edited for privacy}. I'm allergic to: Ibuprofen, Tramadol, Naproxen, Gabapentin, Dapsone, quetiapine, Seroquel, Temazepam, Lyrica, Trazidone, Baclofen, Fexofenadine, Timolol, Montelukast, Cetirizine, Doxepine. Please let me know anything about Xolaire and Doxepin. I need to stop having reactions.



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