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for allergic rhinitis ## This medication is unavailable in the U.S. and I am sorry to say that other countries do not regulate their prescription drugs as strictly as the FDA does. That said, finding information on them is very difficult, since there are no databases which list them all, like there are for U.S. prescription drugs. The only thing I can suggest is that you try asking your doctor or pharmacist for more information. ## I take Claricort here in the Philippines for Perennial allergic rhinitis Rhinitis and Rhinorrhoea (Cattarh) Nasal discharge. It's a mix of Loratadine 5 mg, betamethasone 250 mcg. and manufactured by Shering-Plough. It also relieves symptoms of atopic dermatitis, angioedema, & urticaria. ## i like use symbicort and clariricort. my question is? they can... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Loratadine.
Wed, Mar 16 '11, 2:45 AM
Claricort drug
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is there any effect for the pregnant woman for taking this drug? ...
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Fri, Dec 23 '11, 3:29 AM
loratadine betamethasone
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Do I need prescription for claricort? How long is the safest duration to use it? Does it have the same formulation as celestamine? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Loratadine.
Mon, Nov 18 '13, 1:03 PM
zertin 300mg capsule
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my doctor advice me to take zertin 2x a day for 7 days together with claricort which is for alergy, now is zertin function also as anthistamine? ...
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Wed, Mar 16 '11, 2:55 AM
list of side effects
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my grandson is ten years old and has been given fluoxetine 10 mg. He has been on it for 6 months. For a few months we saw a big difference, but now he is angry all the time, and depressed. I need to know the side effec ts please. Thankyou.... ## This will tell you about the drug and its side effects. ## side effects of claricort ## Eloisa, I am sorry, Claricort is not something available in the U.S. so I cannot find much information on it. If you know what the active ingredient is, I may be able to find some info for you that way. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Fluoxetine.
Wed, Mar 12 '08, 3:12 PM
Ala Nerve
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Does Ala Nerve cause allergic reactions: ## My mother who is 93 years old was prescribed Ala-Nerve for peripheral neuropathy but she does not suffer from diabetes, She has experienced severe rashes throughout her body which she attributed to allergy due to weather change (warm-cool changes - we are in the tropics) However after several months of taking 950 mg Ala-Nerve daily, her allergy has become quite severe despite realitively stable weather. She is also taking Lyrica and Neurobion for several years to relieve her postherpetic neuralgia. Initially her allergic rashes could be relieved by Claricort but lately her response to the medication has been very slow. ## ALAnerv is a nutritional supplement. The ingredients are listed as: α-lipoic acid 300 mg, polyunsaturated fatty ... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Lyrica.
Mon, May 30 '11, 10:41 AM
erdosteine ectrin capsule 300 mg
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medication for what sickness? thanks ## From what I was able to gather Erdosteine is manufactured in the Philippines and is classed as cough and cold relief. Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## indicationsfor ectrin 300 mg ## What are the side effects of endosteine?..I wasnt able to read the literature. ## erdosteine ectrin 300 capsule, medicine for wat sickness? thanks ## I have been prescribed erdosteine (ectrin) 300 mg capsule for my cough, to be taken twice a day; in my case 10:00 am and 10:00 pm. However, I mistakenly took it at 2:00 pm which is only about 4 hours away from the morning schedule. Will it have a bad effect on my system? h ## Am taking Ectrin300mg 2xa day w/ Claricort(same timing)for how long can I take it?I'm on my... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Allergies, Cough & Cold.
Mon, Nov 28 '16, 4:08 AM

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