Histal Dc

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Merrillee Says:
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I would like to know how often I can take the histal dc .



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Jenna Says:

Hi Merrillee,

Based on my research, Histal is an antihistamine medication that contains chlorpheniramine maleate.

The dosage of any medication is unique to the individual and their medical history as well as other factors like weight, age, other medications you are taking etc..

The dosage for Chlorpheniramine maleate is also determined by what the patient is using the medication for. There are different dosages for different ailments, such as: allergic rhinitis, urticaria, cold symptoms, and allergic reactions.

If you can provide some details regarding what you are using this medication for, I may be able to provide some basic dosing information. Thank you!

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Merrillee Says:
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I have had the hives for the last 2 years. Recently we went to Grenada where i found the histal over the counter. I neglected to keep the box it came in with the dosing info. The histal seems to quiet the hives really well, I just don't want to take it to often.

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Jenna Says:

Hello again Merrillee,

Thank you for providing that information! I found some dosing information for Chlorpheniramine Maleate, the active ingredient in Histal.

This dosing information is specific to those who have had an allergic reaction, since hives are often a symptom of allergic reactions I felt that this information would be the most helpful...

The usual adult dosage is (4 mg) per day and should be taken orally every 4 to 6 hours (via tablet or syrup form).

The maximum dose is (32 mg) per day.

How much have you been taking? If you aren't experiencing any side effects, the amount you are taking is probably just fine!

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Keneisha Says:
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Mocosal thickening on the left maxillary sinus disease,, see a doctor already but to go for oppointment,not using any nedication

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