Ebastine 10mg

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Bilal Says:


I've been taking kestine (ebastine 10mg) for a very long time (about 2 years) for allergies (sneezing). But it causes irritation in my eyes and spots in my eyes. What should i do now? I can not stop talking it. I have to take an antihistamine every after 4 or five days due to sneezing and nasal suppression. And if i dont take this it will cause irritation in my nose and sneezing, headache, etc! please advise accordingly.



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Verwon Says:

Have you consulted a doctor? If it is causing these types of problems, you may need to switch to a different medication and there are other options available on the market.

As to the problems you experience, if you stop taking it, that is completely normal, especially after having taken something for such a long period of time. Almost any medication will cause some rebound effects and withdrawal symptoms in your body, if you've taken it for that long and stop taking it abruptly.

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Bilal Says:

should i continue talking this Ebastin? or switch to another medication? or is there is any way to sub side my problems without having these medication(anti allergy). because i have to take 1 antiallergy every after 3 or 4 days otherwise it will cause sneezing and eye irritation. i have not consult any doctor as yet b/c i know they will give me another set of medication and i wont like this. please give me some advise

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islam Says:
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Can Ebastine cause or increase any hearing problems? My mom had taken Ebastine 10mg and she was taking 4 tablets until now.

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Ganesh Says:
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I have I take ebast-m it can cures rashes near thies

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