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A fifth of the UK's population suffers from allergic rhinitis. It is caused by a hypersensitive immune response, which occurs when allergens enter the nose. They are rejected by the immune system as though they were an infection. The body makes extra mucus to protect itself against allergens. It can lead to congestion and sneezing. These symptoms may only be experienced by people who are exposed to high levels of pollen.
Histamine is one of the main chemicals released by the body in response to allergens. It causes inflammation of the nasal passages. Desloratadine tablets provide relief from symptoms by reducing the body's production.
Desloratadine tablets can be combined with eye drops and nasal spray to relieve allergy symptoms.
Usually, you should take Desloratadine once per day and also follow your doctor's direction.
Allow the tablet to dissolve on your tongue before you swallow it. You should not take the tablet out of its blister pack until you are ready to use it.
Your age, medical condition, response to treatment, and other factors will all affect the dosage. Do not increase the dosage of this medication or take it more frequently than your doctor has instructed.
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Disclose to your doctor before taking Desloratadine, if you are:
Taking any prescription or non-prescription, or herbal medicine;
Having an allergy to its ingredients or any other medicine; or
Pregnant, trying to be pregnant or breastfeeding.
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