Desloratadine mouth dissolving tablets are the drug composition under the branding of Desrotac. Desloratadine is an antihistamine and is used in the suppression of allergic symptoms in the body. Antihistamines are compounds that are used to block the action of histamines that are released when a foreign substance enters your body. Usually, histamines are secreted by the mast cells of the body, which are the type of immune cells of the human body.
Histamines are released when a pathogen enters your body but in the case of allergies, our body mistakes harmless dust and pollen grains as a threat and releases histamines. This sudden and non-essential release of histamines is the reason for the allergic symptoms. Some common allergy symptoms include itchy eyes, swelling, running rose, and expanding blood vessels in the body.
Uses of Desloratadine mouth dissolving tablets
Desloratadine is used in the treatment of allergic reactions in the body. Some of the common allergic reactions which are suppressed by this medication are,
- Running nose
- Itching skin
- Itching nose
- Blocked nose
Direction for use
After taking a doctor’s prescription one can chew desloratadine mouth dissolving tablets directly.
- Wash your hands
- Immediately place the tablet on your tongue
- The tablet will automatically get absorbed in your mouth.
- You don’t need to drink water to swallow the tablet
Side effects of desloratadine mouth dissolving tablets
- Dry mouth
- Blurred vision
Consult a doctor and discuss the intake of desloratadine if you are
- With liver and kidney problems
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Can I drink while taking desloratadine?
No, it is not advised to take alcohol during the desloratadine prescription.
Is desloratadine safe for children?
It is advised to consult a doctor before giving desloratadine to children.
Can I take desloratadine with other medications?
Desloratadine medication is not safe for ulcers and antidepressant medication.
What is the minimum dose of desloratadine?
Dosage is different for different individuals and is prescribed by the doctor.
What is the best time to take antihistamines?
It is advised to take antihistamines before going to sleep.
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