Treatment of hayfever with loratadine a new non sedating antihistamine Livo sex wabcam china womn
Two types of OTC antihistamines are available: first-generation and second-generation. First-generation antihistamines are sometimes used in OTC cold medicines.When your body is exposed to allergens (something that triggers an allergy), it makes histamines. This can cause itching, sneezing, runny nose, and watery eyes.Oral antihistamines are available as pills, chewable tablets, orally disintegrating tablets, capsules, and liquid.Some antihistamines are found in combination pills that contain other medications.Cetirizine can be sedating for some patients at normal recommended doses while sedation seems to only be a concern with loratadine at higher than normally recommended doses. Side effects common to all antihistamines include: Non-drug interventions should always be considered first in pregnant women suffering from symptoms of allergic rhinitis.Nondrug therapies include saline or salt-water nasal sprays, exercise, and nasal strips.
Loratadine and cetirizine are preferred second generation antihistamines for pregnant women because they have the most safety and efficacy data.Patients who experience significant allergic symptoms regularly may take daily antihistamines to keep their symptoms under control.Antihistamines also can be used on an as needed basis for those who experience occasional symptoms or symptoms triggered by exposure to certain irritants such as animal hair, plants, medications, and food products.First generation antihistamines are used less often to treat allergies because they cause significant sedation.First generation antihistamines also should be used cautiously in older adults as they are more susceptible to their anticholingeric side effects including Second generation antihistamines are less sedating than their first generation counterparts.
Some antihistamines also may be used occasionally to help with sleep.