Tradaxin Cetirizina

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Small white pill from Mexico, was told it is like Zyrtec here



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Joyce Says:

Tradaxin Cetirizina 10 mg is what I got in Mexaco. Is it a pill for allergys?
If not, just what is it for?

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A gallagher Says:

It is just for allergy antihistamine it can cause drowsiness best to take at night time

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Verwon Says:

Yes, this is the same active ingredient as what is in Zyrtec, the antihistamine Cetirizine, which is most commonly used to treat allergy symptoms.

Along with the drowsiness already mentioned, it may also cause dry mouth, dizziness and urinary retention as side effects.

You can learn more Cetirizine details here.

Are there any questions or comments?

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Kimberly Says:
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How many do i take of this alleegy med from mexico it does. Not say and when??

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Diana Says:
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How many can I take within a 12-hour time frame?

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