Ebast Medicine

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sudha Says:


I am taking treatment for the past year for the itching problem all over my body. The doctor has prsecribed Ebast 10 mg alternative days. i would like to know whether there is any side effect of this tablet and for which disease theis tablet is prescribed.



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Verwon Says:

Ebast contains the active ingredient Ebastine, it is an antihistamine that is used to treat allergies and allergic reactions.

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

Learn more:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Ebastine/­

Are there any questions or comments?

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Ramachandran Says:

I am using ebast tablet as when itching happening in my skin. The reason i found that i i take out side food immediately i can see itching will start.
Really don't know how to treat this permantely

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Verwon Says:

Ramachandran, if you are getting it, whenever you eat, then that is probably a good sign that there are things you are eating that you are allergic to.

Is there anything that you eat on a pretty regular basis or a certain food group that you have at almost every meal, such as fruit or pasta?

That would be the place to start looking, then dealing with the problem on a permanent basis could be as simple as eliminating the problem foods from your diet.

It could even be something that you use in your food, such as spice or herbs.

You can learn more about what causes and allergy and what it is here:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Allergy/­

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Ramachandran Says:

Thanks for the reply. If i try to take hotel/ canteen food especially salads, pappad, chuttney immediately i will get itching.

some time i don't have any chance to take home food during travel time.

Is there any medicine available to cure permantely?

Kindly suggest


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Verwon Says:

Ramachandran, there is really no cure for an allergy and if you are reacting to those types of foods, then my best guess would be that you are allergic to something in them and should avoid indulging in them, to eliminate the problem.

There are 3 ways to treat allergies.

1) You stay away from whatever triggers the reaction, for instance a person who is allergic to peanuts avoids peanuts and all products that use some form of the peanut, such as its oil.

2) You can take antihistamines, such as the Ebastine or Diphenhydramine, to help relieve the symptoms.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Diphenhydramine/­

3) You can see a doctor that specializes in its treatment, such as an immunologist. In some cases, they will give you shots, over a slow period of time, which expose you to light doses of the relevant allergens, to help your body get used to the substance and prevent the severe reactions to it.

However, none of the options are a cure and none of them, including the immunological shots, always work or last for a lifetime.

Are there any other questions?




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ruby Says:

I have been taking telekastl l 10 for the past 1yr for allergic rhinitis & am now on ebast m . i want to know for how long can i take these med . & are there any side effects on long term use ?

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shallu Says:

I m hvng skin problem.I cant go outside in
sunlight,cannot eat green chilly,whenever heat comes into my body by walking even at night time i feel excess of pain like someone is pointing very hardly on my whole body from head to feet.Doctor said it is skin
allergy.I hv taken allegra180.MNTL.ALLENIL.Now doctor advise me to take steroid which i dnt want to take.kindly advise me to get rid from this problem.

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dyn Says:
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Can ebast 10mg be given to my 10 year old daughter

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yasmeen Says:
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Is Ebast 10mg safe for my 5 year old daughter and if yes then how long it can be used.I wanted to know what is the actual function of this medicine in curing Urticaria.

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jazz Says:
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Ebast is gud in pregnancy?? Doctor gave this for abdomen pain.....
is it having side effect on baby???


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26 yr old yogi and natural medicine believer Says:

You may want to see a naturopathic doctor or a doctor who specializes in eastern medicine. Going to a western doctor may not cure you as they will likely administer invasive steroidal shots that you will become dependant upon. It'll also be very expensive. I saw a naturopathic doctor when I had itchy skin/hives everyday for many months. Gradually, I was given herbs, the right vitamins, and avoided foods I was allergic to, and I gradually become better over the course of 2 years. I don't have hives anymore, but I'm still dealing with some minor energy and skin rash issues. It was a slower healing process, but in the end i didn't have any side effects (not like from strong steroidal drugs) and didn't cost nearly as much as it would probably cost going to a "regular doctor."

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swetha Says:

i'm having yeast infection with sever itching in my perenial area. doctor gave me ebast, terbest, levocit, zimig, but i'm not getting a complete cure. now the condition is so worst that whole night i cannot sleep because of perenial itching. is there any solution or completer cure from this infection.

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Jagadeesh Rao Says:
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Hi, am using ebast DC for sore throat when ever I suffer from sore throat like itching & burning, but some time it cures & also some time it doesn't cures properly.

So kindly let me know which is best only sore throat medicine available in the medical & as well as I had sneezing and runny nose problem.

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Chitwan Says:
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Hi ,my 10 yr old son,almost a month back in the midnight complained of itching on his back .....I gave him cetzine and in a minutes time the redness and itching went away...a week later Same thing happened.....since last week it has started happening every morning ......but after cetzine it goes away......Dr. Said its urticaria rash and has prescribed cetzine and ebast once a day for 15 days.....my quest is....is it curable.......2. First and second time it happened we had Chinese food......but since then we have avoided Chinese food ......but still it re ocurrs......how do I make out what allergy it is......or is there a test which can tell is what allergy it is......

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swati jha Says:
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I had problem of itching inside hairs.Dr prescribed me ebast-20.I am confused it's ebast - 10 or ebast -20.

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Dkh Says:

I was having ebast for allergy whenever I have rashes from last 1 year now I am not using it and experiencing a pain in abdominal area but pain is only by pressing not permanent & severe.

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Nandhini Says:

Hi,
I have beed suffering from Urticaria from past 2 years,Doctor prescribed me to take Ebastine tablet.

Shall i continue the same during pregnany period also?

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Ashwin Says:
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All symptoms like itching, rash, redness in eyes and soft tissue, sneezing, dryness of skin and a host of other symptoms is due to histamine which is released by mast cells in the body. It is in response to any substance either air bourne or contact or food which ones body does not like. The best one can do is do a skin prick test to determine the allergen one is sensitive to and keep away from it.

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miss allergic Says:
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Re: Chitwan (# 14)

im having urticaria and its been 3 weeks now.. i tried levocit..lortadine..gencet it helps only a littlemy urticaria stayed there morning til night..i had fexodine.. fexodine help me somehow .. now my doctor put me in diffrnt medication. . isolone 20mg for 1 week 2 tabs for 4 days and 1 tab for 3 days.. have ciproflaxin for 5 days and fexodine 180mg for 30 days.. wenever i feel sudden itch i put moisturising cream and it helps.. i was told that urticaria us a slow process of treatment bfore it disappears..

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