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Cetirizine false positive for methamphetamine

I take random urine drug tests for dcbs and I took one the other day and it came up positive for methamphetamine and I haven't taken anything except for allergy pills (cetirizine 10mgs). However, my worker said that wouldn't cause a positive urine drug test. ## I took an allergy pill and I had a drug test for a new job so I'm wondering if the allergy pill is ok because the medicine contains cetirizine? Please let me know. Thank you so much. ## I am also wondering - Can it make you fail a drug test for methamphetamine? I do not use any or take any drugs. I only take the meds Atorvastatin which is a cholestrol med, Cetrizine for allergies, Neurontin, Meloxicam for arthritis, and breathing meds: one for COPD and another for asthma. Can any of these make you test positive for me...

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Cetirizine Alnix Drops

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! ## 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...

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Relent Syrup

My 8 year old son's throat is hurting. Is Relent effective for throat infections or a dry cough? ## What has your child's doctor advised? Relent Syrup contains Cetirizine and Ambroxol, it will not treat a throat infection and may be limited in what it will do for a cough. It's generally most effective at treating allergies. ## Hi, My daughter is having running nose and dry cough for the past one week. We took her to a doctor who suggested "Relent" syrup and "Zyprox" as she had throat infection. However, this is not much of a relief for her. Is there any medicine/syrup that need to be given for her running nose. Thanks ## hi you can gve ur daughter T-MINIC COUGH SYRUP You can also give ZYR COLD COUGH SYRUP this is a cure remedy as i am giving for my kid now ##...

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okacet tab is giving children yes or no

My child 3years old in cold and allergic condition wheralso i give okacet tab yes or no ## Okacet Tab is giving to below 5years childern ## Okacet contains the active ingredient Cetirizine, which is used to treat, or prevent allergies, but you should not give it to a child that young, without their doctor's approval. The NIH lists its typical side effects as possibly including dizziness, nausea, dry mouth, and drowsiness. Are either of your children on any other medications? ## Can this medicine okacet 10 mg be taken by children of age 16 year for runny nose

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Ip 46

small round white pill, blank on one side & IP above the number 46 on the other side...I cannot find any information about this pill anywhere on the internet. Can someone please help me out to find out what this is? Thank you in advance! ## This is a over the counter allergy medicine. You are supposed to take 1 pill every 12 hours. I am not sure the brand off of the top of my head. Hope this helps! ## This is 10 mg of Citirizine Some know it as Zirtec ## Mari's identification is correct. Watson Pharmaceuticals lists it as containing 10mgs of Cetirizine, which is a generic, or store brand of Zyrtec, it is commonly used to treat, or prevent allergy symptoms. NDC code: 00536-4088 The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth, and headach...

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Seriquil, possibly, Round pill, white, blank on one side and on other side IP on top and 46 on bottom of the same side, not scored.

Could be seriquil, or possibly rittilin, or even Diazapan Pill is not scored, round, white, and blank on one side. The other side has IP inscribed on top, and 46 inscribed on bottom of the side with the inprints. What is the name of the medication,and what are it's uses. Also, what dosage of medication is within this pill. ## This tablet contains 10mg of Cetirizine, the active ingredient in Zyrtec, this is an over the counter dosage, it is an antihistamine that is used to treat allergies. Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and dry mouth. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with? ## What is a White triangle pill half scoreline down the middle of the pill on the front side with the letter A on top and the numbers 260 on bottom of same side. The otherside...

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Regix Anti Allergy Drug

im using this medicine called regix for the past 5 years .symtoms are like a skin rashes after eating anything like fish.chicken .yest based products any cold drink .i take it once a day and im fine eating anything.i would like to know if its fine taking it for a long time or not ## This medication contains Cetirizine, it is an antihistamine that is used to treat, or prevent allergy symptoms. Some people do need to take them every day, but you should always consult a doctor about the safety of your taking it. The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including dizziness, headache, and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with?

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Beige clear liquid filled oval pill Z10

what is it? ## McNeil Consumer Healthcare lists this as containing 10mgs of Cetirizine, it is a Zyrtec Liquigel that is used to treat allergies. (NDC code: 045-0204) The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, headache, dizziness, and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with?

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tradaxin

Is this the same as hydroclorotiazida ## No, it contains the active ingredient Cetirizine, which is an antihistamine that is most commonly used to treat, or prevent allergy symptoms. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, headache, weight changes, and mood changes. Was this prescribed for you?

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white oval 4R2

A small solid white oval pill smooth on one side and what appears to be 4R2 or maybe 4A2 on other side. ## Is the marking possibly 4H2? If so, Perrigo lists this tablet as containing 10mgs of Cetirizine, which is used to treat, or prevent allergies. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including, headache, dry mouth, dizziness, and drowsiness. YOu can find more information here: 00113-9458

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Caplet 4112 What Is It

Found an oblong caplet with 4112 on one side. White. Can you tell me what it is? ## Is the marking possibly 4H2? If so, Perrigo lists this tablet as containing 10mgs of Cetirizine, which is an antihistamine that is most commonly used to treat, or prevent allergy symptoms. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and dry mouth.

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Antihistamine leg cramps

My doctor has tried me on two different antihistamines now, Loratadine and Cetirizine. Both give me cramps. I have no deficiencies and am in health good. Any ideas anyone? Many thanks. I am in the UK. ## According to the NIH, they have been known to cause leg cramps as a side effect, in some people that take them. Other side effects may include nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, drowsiness, and headache. How long did you try each one? Such side effects usually go away, after about 5 to 6 weeks, once your body gets used to a medication. ## I was on Cimetidine for almost two years and Loratidine for three months. Enough time to connect them to leg cramps. The Loratidine also caused me to have very vivid dreams and so I rarely felt refreshed int he mornings! ## I was on Cetirizine about two yea...

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Allecet tablet uses

I had waist pains (isinqe - I don't know what you call it) or back pains and I was given this medicine called Allecet. Is it appropriate for my condition? ## This tablet is listed as containing Cetirizine, which is an antihistamine that is used to treat, or prevent allergies, so no it will not treat pain. The NIH lists its typical side effects as possibly including dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and drowsiness. Was this prescribed for you?

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cetirzine dihydrochloride

tablets, brand name alerest ## what happend to the alerest in the blue tablets. they worked on my alergies sence 1964. can i still get them. ## My doctor prescribe me a levocetrazen dihydrochloride montecast for my breathing problem .. now i become addictive of medicine .. when ever i leave medicine i feel same breathing problem.. ## Cetirizine is used to treat or prevent allergies. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, and headache. Sukhraj, what did you doctor say is causing your breathing problem? If you suffer from an allergy, you may need to take such a medication for the rest of your life. Do you take any other medications? William, what were the markings on them? Can you please post back and clarify?

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What is this round white pill with M on one side and C 35 on the other side

I found five of these pills in my pill box but do not remember ever being prescribed a pill such as this. Maybe someone else put them in there hoping I would not notice. Can you please help me identify them? ## Mylan Pharmaceuticals lists this tablet as containing 5mgs of Cetirizine, which is used to treat allergies. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, and headache. Is this a medication that you usually take?

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ZS 906

cetirizine hydrochloride? This is a round fairly small pill with ZS on one side and 906 on the other. I received them as generic zyrtec but I can't find it on the internet. Is it one possible generic pill for zyrtec? It doesn't seem like it's working for my allergies so I figured I should check it out. usually the generics are white oblong pills. I got them from walgreens. ## I received same pills and no they don't work the same as zertec. I can't find anything on it either. ## Its actually SZ 906 which is Cetirizine which is used for an allergy pill. But if that doesn't help you can take that pill (Cetirizine) and Singulare. ## Yes, this tablet is listed as containing 10mgs of Cetirizine, which is most commonly used to treat, or prevent allergic reactions. The F...

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White round pill IP 46

I found 2 pop out round white pills in an old purse. The imprint is IP 46 on one side and the other side is plain. Is it a controlled substance? ## Hi Mary, A round white pill with IP over 46 on one side and blank on the other, reportedly contains 10mgs of Cetirizine hydrochloride; an antihistamine used for allergies. A prescription is sometimes needed, but to my knowledge, Cetirizine is not a controlled substance. For verification, the manufacturer is listed as Rugby Laboratories and the pill itself carries a National Drug Code of 00536-4088. I hope this helps!

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Anyone become allergic to Hydroxezine?

First it was Cetirizine, then Doxepin, now Hydroxezine all in less than 3 weeks. Maybe my doctors are looking for a magic pill but does anyone have any advice or idea upon doxepin and Hydroxezine? Been over a month and my reactions are slowly getting better. Would Benadryl be bad? Doctors say it isn't but something is dragging my allergic reactions along after I stopped these medications. Owell I guess. ## Quit hydrox was allergic , messed up my vision. Doxepin 100 mg for 1 year for sleep. Works great. ## Takes a month or more for most psych meds to take effect and for most side affects to go away and thats from experience from trying and taking manu different psych meds

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White round pill with A and a score line

Hi, I've been taking Cetirizine 10mg and I take two because I find just the one doesn't really work. The two just takes the edge off... Anyway, I've got these three pills left over in another box for some reason. They are white, round and about the size of a pea. On one side it has the capital letter A and on the other side is a line straight through the middle; I don't know if that's just there for it to be split easier in half or not... Can anyone please tell me whether it is the Cetirizine 10mg or not? It would be much appreciated. I think Benadryl is the best allergy relief tablet even though the doctors say the same ingredient that is in Cetirizine is in Benadryl, but sorry I can definitely tell the difference, thanks xx

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Syrup Relent

Do we get relent syrup seperately for babies or its the same 60ml bottle?Is it safe to give relent+ syrup for 5 months old baby? ## Relent syrup contains cetirizine 2.5 mg + ambroxol 30 mg; per 5mL From what I could gather, the prescribing information for this drug notes the following: Children: 6 month's - 2 years old: 2.5 mg once daily (up to 2.5 mg bid in children =12 months). There are no dosing indications for children under 6 months of age, but since your child is only 1 month away from that, I would suggest talking to your doctor about this just to be on the safe side. I hope this helps! ## If your Paediatric doctor recommend it Relent+ syrup can be given to 6 month old child as dosages suggested by doctor. ## My son is suffering from running and watery nose and 11 months old...

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