Fexofenadine D Was Subsituted For Allegra-d, Any Adverse Reactions?

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Dallas Says:

Fexofen-D was given to me by my CVS Caremark. On the third day on this medicine I slept all day and had trouble trying to wake up. On the forth day I had very dangerous side effects that almost caused me stop working. Has anyone been taking Allegra-D then stopped and started taking the Generic with some or the same side effects as me? Side effects I experienced: DIZZINESS, DRY MOUTH, NAUSEA, ITCHING, DIFFICULTY BREATHING, TIGHTNESS IN THE CHEST, SWELLING OF THE MOUTH and TONGUE, DROWSINESS, ITCHY and SCRATCHY EYES, RUNNY NOSE, EAR PASSAGES PLUGGING, FOATING FEELING, SLOW REACTIONS, DIFFICULTY CONCENTRATING, LOSS OF CORDINATION, EYES ROLLING FIGHTING SLEEPINESS, SLURRED SPEECH.

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Verwon Says:

Have you consulted your doctor?

Many of those symptoms sound more like an allergic reaction to something in the tablets, which is possible because the fillers are probably different.


Do you know who the manufacturer was?

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