Ebastel 10mg Tablets

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Lulu Says:
I took a tablet and developed rushes on my face and got abdominal pains. Is this serious? Then what happens if I take 2 tablets in a day while the doctor prescribed 1 tablet per day

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Verwon Says:
Ebastel contains the antihistamine Ebastine, but if you had such a harsh reaction to it, then it wouldn't be advisable to continue taking it, without seeking medical evaluation first.

The abdominal pain is a known side effect that you can read more Ebastine details about here.

It's just not a very common one.

However, the rash may signify that you're allergic to it.

How many had you taken when you experienced this reaction?

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zerezgi N. Says:
Ebastel 10mg where can I find it?

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Charlie Says:
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Must of eaten something thatday wasn't the pills.... they're not strong to cause these affects which everyone whining about!

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