For How Long Should You Take Anti-Histamines?
I am aware that antibiotics, when prescribed, should be taken for a minimum of 5 days. Is there a similar requirement for anti-histamines?
Ani-thistamines are usually taken when one has allergic reactions if the individual is not having the allergic reaction they should not consume the Anti-Histamines.
I know people who have to take antihistamines everyday (and have been for decades) and they've never experienced health issues. I guess it could be different depending on the person, as there are always risks, but antihistamines are probably the least dangerous drug out there.
Thanks for this valuable informantion. However, I would like to know for how long antihistamines need to be taken in order to de-activate the allergy element. I am sort of relating this to the five day period set for anti-biotics. Thanks a lot for re
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