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montelukast and levocetrizine dihydrochloride tablets

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Verwon Says:
Montelukast with Levocetirizine is a combination antihistamine medication used to treat allergies.

Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and dry throat.

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Divya Says:
I sneeze everyday continuously at regular intervals, i have been prescribed with montelukast and levocetirizine dihydrochloride tablets, after taking them i don't sneeze, but when I'm off the medicine my sneezing returns, is it advisable to continue this medicine or should i try something else?

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Nikunj Says:
Hi Divya
Even I have in past developed this dependency on Lekast. At that time, I lived in Delhi and I had acute allergy from dust, pollution, and changing weather. I consulted a Homeopathy doctor (Dr Bindu Kohli, Punjabi Bagh, NewDelhi) and she asked me to immediately stop Lekast and prescribed some homeopathy medicine alongwith many homemade remedies like warm Badam roghan oil drops in the nose and abstaining from any kind of cold drink. She explained that Lekast would never reduce your energy levels, instead it just stops your system to pass the message to brain to sneeze.
Now after two years, I am living in Bangalore and I am having the same problem again and I have to take Lekast now. I'll probably consult a homeopathy doctor again here or consult Dr Kohli next month when I'd be in Delhi.

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a khan Says:
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Lekast kmd tablet kis kam ati h

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sumit malhotra Says:
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hi i have same problem like reguler runing nose block nose and with cough and dr sugest mr to TELKAST L i am using this from last 3 year when i take it then ok no prob if dont then prob same and what is side effect of this. pls suggest me.

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K9 Says:
If you are taking Levocetirizine Hydrochloride and Montelukast Sodium combination, please be careful. Individually, MonteLukast has known side-effects of neuropsychiatric symptoms including suicidal thoughts. See link - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Montelukast. I wouldn't advise a long term use of the combination.

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