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What is Loratadine

Loratadine 10 Mg Tablet is a popular antihistamine. Antihistamines work by stopping a substance called histamine which a chemical released in your body. By this occurrence in the body, the results in symptoms on the surface such as itching, watery eyes, runny nose, and sneezing.

How effective are Loratadine 10 Mg Tablets?

Using Loratadine 10 Mg Tablets is among the most researched and proven ways of treating symptoms like watery eyes, itching, and runny nose. Recently, Loratadine 10 Mg Tablets have been studied in more than 12 researches by some of the best scientists in the universe. Most of these studies involved about 100 people with different conditions. After completing the studies, experts concluded that using Loratadine 10 Mg Tablets helped almost every patient treat their allergy symptoms effectively and in a short period. It was also observed that these tablets did not cause severe side effects compared to other alternatives that these patients had previously tried.

What dose should I choose?

Loratadine, 10 mg Tablets, come in a packet or bottle with about 10-30 tablets, depending on the amount you order. The right dose to take is mainly determined by age and body weight in most cases. Adults and children above 12 years old should take one tablet once daily.

Can I buy Loratadine 10 Mg Tablets online?

Of course, you can. Times have changed significantly, which has made it extremely easy to order anything online, including medicine. So, there are many websites where you can order the Loratadine 10 Mg Tablets. Before you order these tablets from any dealer, consider taking your time to research first. These tablets are vital, and getting poor quality ones might not give you the results you want or even cause severe side effects. So, before purchasing, go through several websites and also check out their reviews to see how satisfied their previous customers were. That way, you can be sure that you’ll get high-quality tablets that will provide the promised results. A professional seller should deliver these tablets the next day to allow you to start treating your symptoms immediately.

How should I take Loratadine 10 Mg Tablets?

 Swallow the Loratadine 10 Mg Tablets with some water, milk, or juice. If your tablets have a score line, use it to help break tablets in half to make it easier to swallow, but avoid chewing.

Always remember to read instructions on the tablets pack or follow the provided ones by your doctor before using it. Doing that will allow you to ensure that you use Loratadine 10 Mg Tablets correctly and reduce any chances of getting side effects after use.

How do Loratadine 10 Mg Tablets work?

Loratadine 10 Mg Tablets are a popular antihistamine. When you come into any contact with things you are allergic to, the body produces a chemical called histamine. Histamine is usually helpful in the body but causes symptoms like itching, skin rashes, runny nose, and watery eyes in allergic reactions.

Histamine is released from mast cells and attaches itself to other cells that have receptors of this substance. Taking Loratadine helps stimulate these cells to produce some chemicals that block the effects of histamine, thus reducing some symptoms.

How long do I take Loratadine 10 Mg Tablets for before I notice a difference?

One thing that has helped Loratadine 10 Mg Tablets gain much popularity worldwide is its ability to provide quick benefits. The exact amount of time that it should take to start feeling the effects varies depending on age, weight, and the severity of your symptoms. The estimated amount of time for most people is about an hour. So, you mustn’t take more Loratadine 10 Mg Tablets when you feel like they are taking longer to respond to avoid causing side effects.

What is the difference between Loratadine 10 Mg Tablets and other similar products like Levocetirizine or Dihydrochloride Tablets?

 All these tablets have a huge number of users worldwide. However, Loratadine 10 Mg Tablets have proved to be more effective, compared to the other tablets, especially when it comes to treating allergy symptoms.

What are the side effects of Loratadine 10 Mg Tablets?

Most medications, including Loratadine 10 Mg Tablets, cause some side effects. Here are the most common side effects that you might experience after using these tablets include:

  • A headache

  • Dry mouth

  • Feeling nervous or hyperactive

  • Feeling drowsy or tired

  • Stomach pain and vomiting

In rare cases, you might also get severe side effects like abnormal headaches, a fast or uneven heart rate, and light-headed feeling like you might pass out. If you experience any severe effects, you must seek immediate help from your doctor to help reduce them or get an alternative.

When shouldn’t I take Loratadine 10 Mg Tablets?

You should avoid using Loratadine 10 Mg Tablets if you suffer from these illnesses:

  • Asthma

  • Kidney disease 

  • Liver disease

However, if you must take these tablets when suffering from the above conditions, consult with a doctor first to get proper advice. 

Loratadine 10 Mg Tablets are not harmful, but it’s vital that you ask for guidance from a professional on whether it is safe to use during pregnancy. Some Loratadine might also pass through the milk while breastfeeding, hence reaching the baby. So, avoid using this medication unless advised by the doctor or CLick Pharmacy medical professional.

What are Loratadine Tablets used for?

Loratadine Tablets are an antihistamine used to provide relief from symptoms of allergies such as hay fever and conjunctivitis.

Are Loratadine Tablets a drowsy antihistamine?

Loratadine Tablets are a non-drowsy antihistamine, meaning they are unlikely to make you feel sleepy and drowsy.

Can I drink alcohol while using Loratadine Tablets?

It is advised to refrain from drinking alcohol while using Loratadine Tablets. This is because alcohol can increase the chances of you getting extreme side effects from this treatment.

Can everyone use Loratadine Tablets?

Although Loratadine Tablets are often safe to use, they are not suitable for everyone. You should not use Loratadine Tablets if you have any of the following:

  • Severe liver failure
  • Lactose intolerance
  • Epilepsy
  • Porphyria

What if I forget to take my dose of Loratadine Tablets?

If you forget to take your dose of Loratadine Tablets you should take it as soon as you remember, unless it is almost time for your next dose. If it is almost time for your next dose, you should skip the dose you just missed and continue as normal. You should never take two doses at once, even if you are making up for a missed dose.

Can pregnant and breastfeeding women use Loratadine Tablets?

Although it is generally safe for pregnant and breastfeeding women to use Loratadine Tablets it is advised to consult with a GP, pharmacist or midwife before doing so.

Can I take other medication while taking Loratadine Tablets?

There are a few medicines which you should not combine with Loratadine Tablets, they include the following:

  • Amiodarone
  • Cimetidine
  • Erythromycin
  • Ketoconazole
  • Midodrine
  • Ritonavir

You may experience a number of side effects from using Loratadine Tablets. However as Loratadine is a non-drowsy antihistamine you are likely to experience less side effects. Common side effects and how to overcome them include:

  • Headaches: drink plenty of water, take a painkiller and rest
  • Feeling tired: speak to a GP who will advice an alternative antihistamine
  • Feeling sleepy: speak to a GP who will advice an alternative antihistamine

If any of these side effects get worse you should stop using Loratadine Tablets and seek medical advice, from a GP or pharmacist, as soon as possible.

Always read the patient information leaflet before starting your treatment. The patient information can be found here.

Authored by

Last reviewed 11 April 2023

Superintendent Pharmacist GPhC No.2220953

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