Fexofenadine Hydrochloride Tablets 180 Mg

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sylvia Says:


I have the fexofenadine hydrochloride tablets in 180 mg dosage. Question: they seem too strong for me--can i split them in half?



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David Says:

Is there a score line (indent) on the pill? If there is, then it is there specifically for the purpose of cutting the pill in half. Whether or not there is a score line, I would still cut the pill in half if it is needed. Maybe talk to your doctor about getting a lower dose of this medication if you consistently feel the need to use half a dose.

NOTE: cutting a pill in half only works if the pill is in tablet form. This just wouldn't work if it is a capsule, since the contents would fall out.

Hope this helps!

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sylvia Says:

thanks for the info. thought this was what i could do. just too much for me in 180 mg dose. thanks again

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