Pseudoephedrine Sulfate

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big t Says:
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Do I need a perscription for claritin d 24 hour?



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David Says:

@big t,

Even though the packaging says "prescription strength", Claritin-D 24 Hour is actually an OTC medication commonly found in many retail pharmacies and even places like Target, Walmart, etc; so you shouldn't have any reason to need a prescription for it in my opinion.

However, if this is something that your doctor recommended for you, it may be wise to ask him/her any additional questions pertaining to its use.

You can learn more about this drug on the page for Pseudoephedrine Details

On a side note, filling out a prescription is your doctor's job (not the patient's) and it would be illegal for anyone else to try and put together a fake one.

I hope this info helps!

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