Childrens Cetirizine Hydrochloride Hives Relief (Thread 193797)

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FOR THE LAST 12 YEARS I AM TAKING CETIRIZINE AGAINST THE SNEEZING. BUT NOW I HAVE COME TO KNOW THAT ACID CREATS CANCER. AS CETIRIZINE CONTAINS (HYDROCHLORIDE) ACID, IT MADE ME WORRIED THAT EXCESS OF ACID MIGHT BE ACCUMULATING IN MY BODY THAT MAY BE PAVING THE WAY TO CANCER. IF I STOP CETIRIZINE SNEEZING, WATERING EYES AND NOSE BLOW TAKE PLACE AND MAKES MY LIFE QUALITY DETERIOATE.


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Verwon Says:

Cetirizine is an antihistamine, commonly used to treat allergies and sold under the brand name Zyrtec.

That said, there are tons of things on the market, ranging from prescription medications to over the counter products that they claim can cause cancer, however, this is not proven. If it was proven, then the FDA would remove this from the market in the US.

Some common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness and headache.

You can read more about this here:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Cetirizine/­

Is there anything else I can help you with?

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Roy Says:

While I can't recommend anything specific and do not know your medical history, have you considered alternative therapies? There are many natural treatments available for allergies, or even different medications you should be able to try.

And another challenge is that people still don't know the exact causes of cancer, only things that possibly contribute to it. So I would also suggest maintaining a healthy lifestyle as much as possible, with proper exercise, meditation, eating healthy fresh foods (especially lots of vegetables), etc ...

A doctor should be able to test your body's ph to determine if it is holding high levels of acidity. The good news is that you can help control your body's ph just by eating and drinking the right things.

I hope this information is helpful and wish you the best with this! Please respond if you have any questions or information to add.

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JASBIR SINGH BHANGU Says:

IAM HIGHLY THANK FUL TO ROY AND VERWON FOR THEIR COMMENTS BUT STILL QUERY REMAINS UNCLEARED, SUBSTANTIALLY
WITH BEST WISHES
J.S.BHANGU

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sanjiv kumar Says:

USE OF CETRIZINE OR LEVOCETRIZINE TAB. Want to know more about this medicine . want to add this in a first aid kit as one of the alergetic medicine . please comment.

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ameresh Says:

Dear Sir,
My 5 year son, who is/was a pre- mature baby, is suffering from acute cough and cold with asthma symptoms ( Up & downs while with homeopath treatment ) for 5 months. 2 days back ESR-40 was reported with TC-6600 DC-58. Just a day before i contacted a Doctor and he advised me Moxclav ( 8ml X3), Ambrodil 5mlX3, omnacu(prednisolone sodium phosphate solution)5mlX3 & ventphylline 5mlX3 for immediate administration , at this stage this humble father would be glad to receive suggestions, precautions and advice from your generous
regards,
ameresh

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