What Antihistamine Can Be Taken For A Cold With Xarelto

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John Says:


I take Xarelto for A-fib, and have a cold with runny nose, nasal congestion and sneezing. What antihistamine can be safely taken for a cold/runny nose/sneezing, while on Xarelto?



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David Says:

Pure lavender oil can act as a potent antihistamine and is recognized in oil desk references as being generally regarded as safe to use internally. Whenever I had a runny/stuffy nose or sinus infection, it never failed to ward off sneezing and coughing. I also find it beneficial for nasal congestion when I put it on a Q-tip up my nostrils. It really works wonders for me and that's why I wanted to mention it here.

Another thing that people swear by are neti pots. I haven't actually used one myself, but I regularly hear brilliant things about how well they work for clearing mucous.

On one last note, there's a small amount of pollen present in manuka honey that medical literature describes as being naturally stimulating to your body's antihistamine defenses in a way that I believe would work synergistically as an adjunct therapy to everything else you're doing.

I hope things have gotten better since you last posted!

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I have been dizzy when I move my eyes and my ears are red inside. I am finished with antibiotics! What is best antihistamine for my dizziness? No steroids please. I have levocetirizine but don’t like the list of side effects like dizziness! Vicious circle! Can be over counter(preferred)

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