Steps to Consume Allegra?
Allegra should be consumed orally, with a glass of water. It can be taken either after food or on a flat stomach. Follow the instructions of your medical practitioner regarding dosage and duration of the course.
In case of overdose, get in touch with a medical professional or visit a poison control center immediately. The medicine is prescribed for specific ailments and should not be used without the recommendation of the doctor.
What to do in case of missed dose?
In case you have forgotten to take a dose, you can take it whenever you remember. However, if it is close to the time for your next dose, you can skip the previous one. Never take a double dose, as it will trigger harmful side effects.
What may interact with this medicine?
Allegra interacts with antacids, erythromycin, fruit juice, ketoconazole and products having magnesium. Besides this, it may also interact with other herbal and non-herbal medicines, and so you need to inform your doctor about any medication you are on before you start your dosage. Share information about your lifestyle, including details about the use of smoking, alcohol usage or drug consumption.
Are there any side effects of Allegra?
In case you experience swelling of the face, skin rashes, hives, breathlessness, pain in the chest, palpitations and chest issues, erratic heartbeat, infections or temperature, then you need to discontinue the medicine and seek medical assistance immediately. Some of the milder side effects include cough, sleepiness, runny nose, parched throat, changes in the menstrual cycle, upset stomach and nausea.
How to store medicine?
The medicine should be kept at room temperature between 20 and 25
Degrees C. It should be kept in a dry place, away from humidity. Never
use the drug after its expiry date. In case you have any unused
medicines, then they should be discarded.