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Co-Aleva and Xyzal

Is it okay to take co-aleva and xyzal together? My doctor prescribed xyzal once a day and co-aleva 3× a day for 3 days. Are there any side effects I should be aware of? ## Is it okay to take co-aleva and xyzal together? My doctor prescribed xyzal once a day and co-aleva once a day for 3 days. Are there any side effects I should be aware of?

xyzal 5mg

side effects ## Xyzal should be taken off the market. On the week of April 20th I had hallucinations for 4 days and ended up in the ER. I also reported the side effects to the FDA ..... I missed a whole week of work....this medication was the worst experience I have ever had ## Xyzal contains the active ingredient Levocetirizine, it is used to treat, or prevent allergy symptoms. Donna, I am very sorry about what happened to you. It has been known to cause suck side effects in some people that take it. Other side effects may include drowsiness, dry mouth, weight changes, and mood changes. Are you on any other medications? Have you tried any others to treat your allergies?

xyzal side effects

I took Xyzal for 3 days a couple of years ago and it took the energy and endurance out of my body and legs. I also had a pounding sound in my ears. ## My doc said it couldn't have been the Zyzal that caused the muscle fatigue so I tried it again this year. After two days I had the same symptoms....this stuff is dangerous. ## That can be a normal side effect of this medication, according to FDA reports, since it is an antihistamine that is used to treat or prevent allergies. It may also cause drowsiness, skin rash, headache, and congestion. NDC code: 0024-5800, but the information found if you click that code is just one example, since it is manufactured by several different companies. However, side effects are usually transient, and then to improve with time, as your body gets used ...

bad reaction from Xyzal

I took Xyzal on April 20th and April 21st 2009 for seasonal allergies. I only took 2 5mg tablets and ended up in the hospital. I had hallucinations for 5 days. It was like being on LSD. I lost a weeks pay and put my family through alot. I am now going to see a phychiarist to deal with this. It affected me so much that they put me on Zoloft. I also contacted the FDA and reported this. I am currently seeing a new doctor and he has never heard of Xyzal. Has anybody else using Xyzal had a bad reaction? ## On April 20th and April 21st I took Xyzal. My doctor told me take it before going to bed because it makes you drowsy. Well it didn't make me drowsy. The pills were only 5 milligrams each. I had 5 days of hallucinations and did not sleep for the 5 nights. The hallucinations were so bad ...

white oval pill scored on both sides and x on both halves of the score

Pill is oval, scored on both sides, nothing on the back. "x" on both halves on the front. I found it at work. ## Hi Ron, A white oval pill with X X on it is reportedly identified as Xyzal allergy (24 hour) relief, containing 5mgs of levocetirizine. For verification, the National Drug Code is listed as 41167-3510. Finding allergy medicine at work doesn't strike me as anything of concern and seems like it could be fairly common. Hope this helps! ## This is identified as a 5mg Xyzal Allergy 24hr tablet (containing Levocetirizine Dihydrochloride) if it is like this photo here: [1]. Xyzal Allergy-Relief Pill Image

Xyzal No Longer Working

Did Xyzal change their formula recently. I've been taking Xyzal for years for chronic urticaria. However, as of the last refill (June, 2014), it stopped working. Has anyone had this issue? My doctor wants me to try the generic to see if that works. Is there anything else that works as well as Xyzal? ## Hello, Tommy! How are you? No, but what has most likely happened is that you've developed a tolerance to it, after having been on it for so many years. You'll likely need to take a break from it and try a different medication for awhile. What others have you tried for your uticaria? ## Hi, thanks so much for the reply. The docs have me combining it with Allegra. I'm not sure it's working that well yet. I have to wait until the Prednisone treatment is complete. Other th...

oval pill with OC XX on top

yellow color oval shaped pill with OC XX on top of pill, nothing on the other side ## I FOUND A YELLOW FOOTBALL SHAPED PILL WITH OC XX ON IT. I THINK IT MIGHT BE SOME SORT OF COLD MEDICINE BUT NOT SURE. CAN'T FIND ANYTHING LIKE IT ON THE INTERNET. ANY CLUES? ## Hello! I found a white small round pill. Score on both sides an xx on one side. Anyone know what this could be ## @Musiclyfe, I located a white pill with XX on one side that was reportedly identified as "Xyzal allergy 24hr" containing 5 mgs of Levocetirizine. Unfortunately however, there aren't any images to go off of for verifying the presence and placement of score lines. For further verification, the pill in question carries a National Drug Code of 41167-3510 and is distributed by Chattem, Inc - a company that ...

Xyzal - How long does it take to work for CIU

Last night we switched my 16yo from Claritin to Xyzal - She woke up with more hives than normal. Should this start working right away for hives? Or does it take a while to build up in the system? ## Why was her medication switched? It should work within 15 to 20 minutes, just like the Claritin did. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and dry mouth. Neither of these may work super effectively for hives. Were they prescribed by her doctor? What is she allergic to?

what company makes xyzal

does this company paid or give samples to patients who can't pay,this patient of ours would have to pay $67 a month ## Hello, Bubbles! How are you? Yes, there is an assistance program for Xyzal from Sanofi-Aventis, you can call them for more information on the program at 800-221-4025. This medication may cause side effects, such as dizziness, drowsiness and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with?

xyzal anti allergic pills

I have been using xyzal for the past 4yrs and it has found its special place in my bag. It is a must to be with me wherever i go along with foracort200 and montec 10. I wont deny about the side effects like extreme drowziness and almost getting detached from work. The relief it brings is more imoortant to me. ## Where did you obtain Xyzal Pills as I would like to find some. I live in Durban kwaZulu Natal South Africa

xyzal 5mg result

How long should I take the 5mg tablets, I took one tablet last night. I have been coughing for 4 months due to allergic rhinitis, nothing worked. This pill is magic for me.!I haven't coughed all day. I don't know why I am constipated, is this a side effect? Thanks ## Xyzal contains the active ingredient Levocetirizine, it is an antihistamine that's most commonly used to treat allergies. And it is like that with many medical conditions, just a matter of finding the medication that works right for you. And yes, it can cause constipation in some people as a side effect, along with dizziness, headache and dry mouth. Learn more Xyzal details here. As to how long you can take it, that is something that you need to follow your doctor's instructions on. Are there any other quest...

Oval White Pill With Y one one side

I have discovered some white pills in my elderly mother's possession. They are small - approximately 6mm in length. They are smooth on boths sides with a Y on one side. I would like to know what these pills possibly could be. They were purchased in South Africa. ## Based on your description the closest match I could find is a white oval pill marked with two Y's on one side and blank w/ a score line on the other. This particular pill is identified as Xyzal (levocetirizine) 5 mg; used to treat allergies. NOTE: each "Y" is red in color Manufacturer: Sanofi-Aventis If this doesn't match your pill, I hope it can at least help to narrow down your search. Has anyone else seen this pill before? ## Many thanks. The information provided has assisted me in positively identifyin...

white oval pill with y y written in red

white oval y y red letters ## 5 mg Zyzal which is an antihistimine. ## The identification provided by Kellie is correct. To add some specifics, it is a 5mg Xyzal tablet, which is an antihistamine that's used to treat allergy symptoms. Side effects may include dizziness, drowsiness and dry mouth. Learn more Xyzal details here. Are there any comments or questions?

will xyzal show methadone

can taking xyzal for allergies cause a false positive for methadone? ## Xyzal contains the active ingredient Levocetirizine and no, it hasn't been known to cause a false positive for anything in standard drug tests. Learn more Xyzal details here. Did you register a false positive?


can the antihistamine be extracted from Xyzal ## Since the active ingredient in Xyzal is Levocetirizine, with no other active ingredients, why would you need to extract it? Once it's compounded in with other inactive ingredients, it would be a very tedious and most likely expensive process. If you prefer it in some other form, then why not just look for the Levocetirizine in a different formulation?


I have been prescribed Propysalic NF lotion, Xyzal tablet for treating my scalp problem which I have been suffering since my childhood. There are five to six spots in my scalp where dandrops found in stickly conditon with white patch. I am totally fed up of having this type of desease as it not going cure without proper medical treatment. Please suggest whether the above medicines will help me. Regards: Buby

Small White Oval Tablet With Y On One Half And The Other

Found a few tablets - Small White Oval Tablet With Y On One Half And Y on The Other what are they? ## This is a 5mg Xyzal tablet, it contains the active ingredient Levocetirizine, it is an antihistamine. The side effects might include: nausea, dizziness, headache and blurred vision. Learn more: Are there any other questions?

xyzal m

XYZAL M LEVOCETIRIZINE MONTELUKAST LABEL ## alergic cold ## Yes, that is correct. Levocetirizine is an antihistamine and Montelukast is a Leukotriene receptor agonist, this combination is most commonly used to treat allergies and allergy induced asthma. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and dizziness. Read more: Are there any comments or questions?

oval white two red letter ys

a white oval pill with two red y's on one side of the pill ## looking for type of pill oval with two YY on one ide ## This one has come up several times recently, however, I cannot find a listing for it in the US prescription drug index. It may be a foreign medication or something available over the counter. Does anyoe else know anything about these tablets? ## The tablet being described is Xyzal 5 mg, manufactured by UCB Pharma. You can view a photo here. This drug contains the active ingredient Levocetirizine and is a non-sedative antihistamine. You can read more about this medication at: Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do...

allergy pill

oblong white pill with red Y's on it. Maybe allergy pill ## How many Y's? ## The tablet being described is Xyzal 5 mg, manufactured by UCB Pharma. You can view a photo here. This drug contains the active ingredient Levocetirizine and is a non-sedative antihistamine. You can read more about this medication at: Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do...


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