Benadryl and ckd Newbee to the community
Big4 in Early CKD Support6 months ago
Is Benadryl for sleep a big no no with stage 3a ckd.Thank You
Free non prescription medications.
Helenback in Thyroid UK4 years ago
I have never heard of this, and apparently it is not just Boots, other pharmacy's also do it.
Nicki-Lou123 in Asthma UK community forum22 days ago
Hi! So I suffer from severe hay fever and asthma which is mainly triggered from allergies. I currently take Acrivastine antihistamines 3x a ...
Nicki-Lou123 in Asthma UK community forum5 months agoPOPULAR
Hi! So I currently take Benadryl acrivastine antihistamines for my hay fever as I suffer really bad from it, as well as Avamys nasal spray a...
Antihistimines - are they bad for you if taken everyday?
Hidden in Asthma UK community forum9 years ago
Hi All every day since April i have had to take a Benadryl Allergy Relief tablet (acrivastine) because i suffer from hayfever and get the us...
Hidden in Asthma UK community forum12 years ago
I have a question for the past couple of years i have had problems with congestion. I am always congested after a cold gets worse for weeks....
Intro + Anyone Else?
servewithmintsauce in British Lung Foundation4 years ago
Hi, all. If you're not interested in the intro, skip down to the triple-asterisk
I'm Matt, I'm 17, and I have asthma. I'm on the following...
Nicki-Lou123 in Asthma UK community foruma year agoPOPULAR
Hi, I suffer from severe hay fever, and am currently on a blue ventolin/salbutamol inhaler due to suspected seasonal asthma (spent 2 weeks o...
Welts on skin
Dee121 in Sticky Blood-Hughes Syndrome Support5 years agoPOPULAR
Does anyone diagnosed with APS or otherwise notice unexplained welts on their skin? If so what causes this v
Non-Drowsy hayfever tablets
On the advice of my asthma nurse,I was recommended to try using hayfever tablets during the Spring and Summer months and I dont know if its ...
Hidden in Thyroid UK5 years ago
This may not be directly linked to a particular brand of NDT, but I would like to put the question to you anyway, knowing all the expertise ...
Don't know what to do anymore...
Janna123 in Asthma UK community forum5 years ago
I've recently been really suffering with hayfever affecting my asthma. The antihistamines that I have are acrivastine OTC, and only work f...
Hypersensitivity - do other people feel as if their body is becoming more intolerant and sensitive to everyday things.
viv112 in Sticky Blood-Hughes Syndrome Support6 years ago
I could write a long list of things which affect me and I try to avoid, and the reactions include getting tight chested and wheezy, feeling ...
Problems getting antihistamines
Nicki-Lou123 in Asthma UK community foruma month ago
Hi! So I suffer from severe hay fever and asthma triggered by allergies, and take Benadryl Acrivastine antihistamines 3x a day... they are a...
A bit confused about what to do
A month ago I had a bad exacerbation and ended up having a couple of attacks in a short space of time. I was told to increase my inhale...
Lucyjane29 in Restless Legs Syndrome14 days agoPOPULAR
Please can somebody advise me what I can take for hey fever which won’t effect my RLS
New Dosage and Brand Effects
Elizabeth_Jane in Thyroid UK5 years ago
About a week ago I was prescribed a lower dose of levothyroxine by my physician and given a different brand by the pharmacy. At my appointm...
Benadryl in stead of Trazodone for sleeping
TheresaCurley in Parkinson's Movement3 years agoPOPULAR
I was taking 150mg of Trazodone to get to sleep at night before I was on any PD medications. Once I started Azilect I started reducing the ...
“emergency room” PT 2 - amantadine, benadryl and tremor dominant prognosis
RoyProp in Parkinson's Movement3 years agoPOPULAR
I have just returned from second visit to my neuro in three weeks. I want to update my fellow parkies and especially those that have been fo...
Annie2912 in Thyroid UK2 years agoPOPULAR
I have tried everything to help me go to sleep and stay asleep from herbal tea, lavender sprays, gentle music, cool room..but im heat intole...
Somewhat belated introduction!
servewithmintsauce in Asthma UK community forum4 years ago
I probably should have introduced myself before posting about the woes of my asthma and commenting…sorry
I am 17yo, biologically female bu...
What are you all on?
servewithmintsauce in Asthma UK community forum4 years agoPOPULAR
I'm just interested, really.
Fostair 100/6mcg, 3 puffs morning, 3 night (not really working so going back to doc next week).
August's Blog Topic - Insect Bites
Paul_Howard in LUPUS UK7 years agoPOPULAR
Our Topic of the Month for August is ‘Coping with Insect Bites’. It’s got to that time of year where the mosquitos are out by storm, biting ...
Something to say. X
Razzar1977 in Thyroid UK4 years agoPOPULAR
I know lately I have been posting alot if stuff and it touches my heart that people have been so kind and understanding. I have not had tha...
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