Kestine 10 Mg

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Merro Says:
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From the end of October till the beginning of March I suffer from sneezing, itchy eyes and irritating nose. I have these sneezing episodes so many times in a day that I can not concentrate on anything because of extreme runny nose and it is often followed up with shivering in legs and fever. This year I have started taking Kestine 10 mg one tablet before going to bed and it has controlled my allergic symptoms. I want to know that is it safe to take Kestine 10 mg regularly for about 6 months? Actually during this period, since I have started taking Kestine 10 mg, I skipped a dose and the very next day my allergic symptoms reappeared.



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Merro Says:
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I am 36 years old and I posted about Kestine 10 mg that I have been taking it since three months and it has controlled my severe allergic symptoms of sneezing, itchy and watery eyes and nose, itchy throat and ears. I want to know can I take Kestine 10 mg regularly for six months? I mean is it safe?

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