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Sun, Feb 22 '09, 7:42 PM
Alnix 10 Mg Tablet
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is alnix 10 mg. safe for pregnant women? what about Montelukast? ## Alnix contains the active ingredient Cetirizine, it is an antihistamine, most commonly used to treat allergy symptoms. A small, controlled group of tests did not show it to cause harm, when used during pregnancy, but large scale studies have not been done. Thus, you should consult with your doctor about using it. Montelukast, which is used to treat similar problems, is known to cross the placenta, during pregnancy, but whether or not it is harmful to the baby is not yet known. What has your doctor advised? ## if the mother take alnix at finix medicine its be safe if she continue breastfeed ## I am 8 months pregnant .i got an allergy and my OB told me to take alnix .. It is safe for a pregnant women .??like me to take th... ...
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Sun, May 10 '15, 1:52 PM
Alnix 10 Mg Tablet Side Effect
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Is alnix 10mg contraindicated to hypertensive? ## Alnix contains the active ingredient Cetirizine, it is an antihistamine used to treat allergies. If you have high blood pressure, you should consult with your doctor, before taking this. It has been known to elevate the blood pressure of healthy people and if yours is not under control, it may be dangerous for you to use. Other side effects may include: nausea, dizziness and drowsiness. Are there any other questions? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Cetirizine.
Sun, Jun 12 '11, 10:37 AM
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I'm 7 months pregnant, and there's a lot of red rashes all over my face and body. and my OB told me to drink alnix tablet 10 mg,is it safe for my baby? ## Hello, Babykins! How are you? Congratulations on your pregnancy! And this medication is generally considered safe during pregnancy, because it has not been shown to cause any harm. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Cetirizine.
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