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Claritin? user banned
23rd Apr '13

Have you taken it? Does it work??



TIA!

MedicMom78 Due May 11; 1 child; Texas 18 posts
23rd Apr '13

Claritin for some reason makes me VERY nauseated, but i use Zyrtec-D instead. Works great every time!

user banned 2 kids; Bat Cave, North Carolina 64587 posts
23rd Apr '13
Quoting MedicMom78:" Claritin for some reason makes me VERY nauseated, but i use Zyrtec-D instead. Works great every time!"


What's the difference? Do they have a different active ingredient?
And also, what's the difference between the regular versions, and the "-D" ones? :oops:



And thank you!!!

MedicMom78 Due May 11; 1 child; Texas 18 posts
23rd Apr '13

I honestly have no idea what makes me ill, it has to be an inactive ingredient. No telling! The 'D' is the one u have to get from behind the pharmacy counter cause it has the pseudoephedrine (sudafed) in it, the OTC one is just the antihistamine. I find them useless without the Sudafed. My OB allows me to take the zyrtec-d or a sudafed (1 not 2) with my horrid allergies

user banned 2 kids; Bat Cave, North Carolina 64587 posts
23rd Apr '13
Quoting MedicMom78:" I honestly have no idea what makes me ill, it has to be an inactive ingredient. No telling! The 'D' is ... [snip!] ... I find them useless without the Sudafed. My OB allows me to take the zyrtec-d or a sudafed (1 not 2) with my horrid allergies"


Thanks! I wasn't sure on the difference. I've never had allergies until the last year or 2, uck.

MedicMom78 Due May 11; 1 child; Texas 18 posts
23rd Apr '13

Welcome, hope it helps!

Chris's Mommy 1 child; Seaside, California 2618 posts
23rd Apr '13

I just moved to Northern VA and found out I have allergies to something here. I took Claritin for about a week and it seem to relieve my symptoms, but I also put in eye drops too.