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singular 10mg

Would like to know all symptoms please!! ## I would like to know all side effects of 10mg Singular. Thank you. ## Shelly I personally didn't have any side effects from this medication that I was prescribed for Sinusitis , I would say it did help relieve me of head and behind the eye pressure symptoms I normally get from seasonal allergies that can turn a bit worse after a couple weeks. Less serious side effects may include: headache; stomach pain, heartburn, upset stomach, nausea, diarrhea; tooth pain; tired feeling; fever, stuffy nose, sore throat, cough, hoarseness; or mild rash also some people have reported hallucination and depression as a result of taking this pill, but that depends on the person body. I would read up on the pill as well talk to your doctor or an actual pharma...

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Singulair (montelukast) and 10 Panel Drug Test

Does Singulair show up in a 7 year old child's system if a 10 Panel Test was given? Curious because my child sneaks in medicine sometime. Just wanna make sure he is not taking too much. ## Took Singulair last night for the first time. NEVER AGAIN. Constipation, Agitation anxiety, Abdominal or stomach painflu-like symptoms general feeling of discomfort or illness headache. Footnote. I am a healthy 54 year old. My Dr. prescribed this for seasonal allergies. I'd rather not breath!

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generic for singulair

On one side de table has a G and on the other the number 302, it is a light pink color, they told it was a generic pill for Singulair. ## I need to know what the generic looks like and what it says is it yello and one side looks like a Roman numeral Iv ? The other side is four numbers and or letters I can't make it out

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Hot Pink Tablet Asthma

had asthma and panic attack got given six round hot pink tablets ## Hi ellie, Based on your description, the closest match I'm finding is Singulair (5mg), which is primarily used in the treatment of asthma. It happens to be a round pink pill as well, but has the following markings: "SINGULAIR" on one side and "MRK 275" on the other. Manufacturer: Merck & Company Inc. National Drug Code (NDC): 00006-0275 Do you recall there being any imprints on the pill?

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singulair 10 mg

## Please See <a href= for more details ... ## Is it okay to cut a 10mg tablet in half? It works great for my allergies, but the full dose makes me jittery and drowsy at the same time and I really don't like that. ## What are the side effects of Singulair 10 mg ## Is singulair used for sinnuses?

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Singulair

Few days (Like 8-10 Days)before i was admitted in hospital for shortness of breathing.There I took lot of antibiotics Injection like Amoxilinil/Clarothromycin....After that doctor released me and prescribed me Betacap 40 , Singulair 10mg & Zeet Syrup. Right now I am ok but in the evening sometimes I feel choking in my neck/Lower trakia portion with some headache..also sometimes acidity is forming...is this any side effect of the medicines or my problems are still there??? I am worried a bit...Please advice...

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Pediatric Allergies

My 5 year old son takes 5mg singulair, 1t of zurtec and flonase spray every day. We live in michigan and he crues because he cannit breath through his nose. He has asthma as well. Anyone out there with children similar? Finding better success with different drugs in similar situation? ## Have you taken him to an allergist that treats children, or just a regular doctor? At his age, you do have to be very careful with the medications that are used and a specialist will probably be able to provide him with the most assistance in this matter. In spite of what my regular doctor tried, when I was younger, I really got no results, until I was an adult and went to an actual allergist, so I really think you should look into one for him.

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montemax

Please give me information on this drug? My physician prescibed the drug singulair but it wasn't available in our community drugstore. The parmacist said that Montemax is its equivalent and I bought it instead. Thanks. ## Montelukast is the generic for Singulair. It is not available in generic form in the U.S. yet, but it is common for generics to be available faster in other countries. So it appears that Montemax is just the name that another company manufactures it under. ## hi my baby uses singulair but her pedia advised me to shift to montemax since it's cheaper and yet it has the same effects, i actually never knew about before our she told us so...so far it's ok ## my daughter use it for 4 years is it ok to continue and shes using 4mg do i need to use 5 mg now?

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MRK 711

pink oval pill has singular printed on it. ## The pill which you are describing is Singulair (4 mg), which is used for the maintenance treatment of asthma and to relieve symptoms of seasonal allergies. More details about this medication are available at: Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do...

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p-ephed/cpm

capsule blue/clear /white granules within ## would like any and all info ## Hi! This would be Pseudophedrine with Chlorpheneramine Maleate, this is used as a decongestant for cold or allergy sufferes, the Chlorpheneramine can also treat allergic skin conditions like hives and rashes. Pseudophedrine and Chlorpheneramine Info Click Here ## THANKS FOR THE INFO ## Very welcome, we are always happy to help! ## Can I take P-Ephed with Singulair?? Aren't they both simular types of medicine? Will one cause me to cough all the time, due to the decongestant? ## Can you tell me if p-ephed/cpm is still available?

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singulair and triminic

if my child is taking singulair can she take a triaminic aough strip? ## My doctor gave this medicine to my baby 5 months old. But it is not sold at Drugstore. I need s substitution of Triminic ## What country do you live in? In the U.S., Triaminic is widely sold in all drugstores, as well as most grocery and dollar stores.

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MRK117 singulair

square yellow pill ## Ijust wanted to know what this pill is??? can someone help me? ## Pill Image Singulair is actually the name of the pill, it is used to treat respiratory allergies and asthma, this is a 10mg tablet. The active ingredient or generic name would be Montelukast, however, they are currently only available in the brand name. This is not, however, an asthma attack rescue medication, this is a long-term treatment to help prevent and reduce the number of allergy and asthma attacks.

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CRAPRED

Ihave a 8 year old daughter who has asthma the doctor perscribed her several different medications singulair chews,clarinex liquid, and crapred(?). can you pls help me to find out is the crapred 15mg a steriod?do I have the name write Or was my medication bottle labeled wrong? ## Don't you just love doctors handwriting ? ;) I think that the name of the drug in question is called Cetapred. It contains SULFACETAMIDE (sul-fa-SEE-ta-mide) and PREDNISOLONE (pred-NISS-oh-lone). You might want to call the doctor or the pharmacy and verify. This medicine is an antibacterial and steroid combination used in the eye to treat infections and to relieve the redness, irritation, and discomfort associated with certain eye problems. SIDE EFFECTS, that may go away during treatment, include burning, s...

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