B. Pharm, MSc.
It is recommended by doctors you take Levocetirizine + Montelukast to reduce allergy symptoms such as a runny nose, cough, watery eyes, and sneezing.
Levocetirizine + Montelukast may cause dizziness and tiredness. Do not operate a motor vehicle or engage in any activity requiring mental concentration until you have evaluated how the medication will affect you.
The combination of Levocetirizine + Montelukast can cause a dry mouth as a side effect. It can be helpful to use mouthwash regularly, practice good oral hygiene, drink plenty of water, and chew sugarless candy.
If you're taking Levocetirizine + Montelukast, you should avoid alcoholic beverages because they can cause you to be drowsy than usual.
The usage of Levocetirizine + Montelukast can cause nausea. Avoid consuming rich or spicy food and stick to basic meals.
Do not take antacids within 30 minutes before or after taking Levocetirizine + Montelukast. Taking this medication with Levocetirizine + Montelukast may decrease absorption.
It is recommended that Levocetirizine + Montelukast is stopped 3 days before taking an allergy test.
Frequently asked questions
Yes, it is safe and effective for usage during pregnancy. However, there is a lack of human studies despite evidence of little or no harm to the fetus from those performed on animals.
Within 1 to 2 hours, you must experience the benefit of Levocetirizine + Montelukast.
No, it's likely unsafe to take Levocetirizine + Montelukast during breastfeeding. According to limited human data, the medicine may enter the breast milk and harm the unborn baby.
Yes, it should be used with precaution, specifically if you have a history of kidney disorders or problems. Some patients may need a dosage modification of Levocetirizine + Montelukast. If you have any problems, you should consult your doctor.
Yes, it should be used with precaution, specifically if you have a history of liver disorders or problems. Some patients may need a dosage modification of Levocetirizine + Montelukast. If you have any problems, you should consult your doctor.
It is not recommended to use any other anti-allergic medicines, pain relievers (ibuprofen, naproxen, diclofenac), blood thinners (aspirin), antifungals (fluconazole, miconazole, or voriconazole), and cardiac medications (amiodarone). Before using any prescription or over-the-counter medications, you must consult your doctor.
Do not use Levocetirizine + Montelukast if you have an allergic reaction (hypersensitivity) to any of its components. Do not take the medicine if you take St. John's wort plant. Due to a possible interaction, Levocetirizine + Montelukast may increase the chance of serious adverse effects. We recommend that you consult a doctor as soon as possible.
No, please do not stop taking Levocetirizine + Montelukast without first consulting your doctor. There is a chance that symptoms may return if the medicine is suddenly stopped.
No, it is unlikely to affect fertility in either men or women. However, there is currently insufficient evidence to justify any clear conclusion. Consult your doctor for the most accurate information.
No, avoid consuming alcohol while taking Levocetirizine + Montelukast because it could increase dizziness and drowsiness.
Yes, it may cause dizziness. While using Levocetirizine + Montelukast, it is recommended that you should not drive or operate heavy machinery. Relaxing until you feel better if you are experiencing sleep or dizziness is suggested.
Yes, using it can cause you to feel nausea and vomiting. If you vomit, drink water or other liquids continuously in small quantities. If you observe symptoms of dehydration, such as persistent vomiting, dark urine with a strong odour, or infrequent urination, consult your doctor. Without first consulting a doctor, avoid taking any additional medications.
Yes, taking Levocetirizine + Montelukast frequently can cause dry mouth. If this side effect continues to disturb you, make an appointment with your doctor.
No, it is not recommended for children under 15 years old. It is important to consult a medical doctor before giving any medication to your child.
No, the combination of Levocetirizine + Montelukast is not prescribed to treat asthma attacks. The combination of Levocetirizine + Montelukast is used to reduce the symptoms of asthma and allergies, as well as to prevent their onset. Therefore, it is suggested to always carry an emergency inhaler to treat asthma episodes.
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