Cetirizine Syrup

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Frequently Asked Questions

Cetirizine tablets and capsules can usually be taken by children over the age of 12, and should not be given to children younger than this.

 

If your child has hay fever or other allergies you could give them cetirizine syrup, which can be taken by children aged 2 or over.

 

If you’re not sure which allergy medicine will be right for your child, please speak to your doctor or pharmacist for advice.

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Honestly there isn’t much difference between these ingredients, so if you see them written on your medication, don’t worry.

Hydrochloride and Dihydrochloride are types of salts that are used to help your medicine dissolve in your stomach, and don’t interfere with the active ingredient.

This means that if you see that your medicine contains Cetirizine, Cetirizine Hydrochloride, or Cetirizine Dihydrochloride, you’ll still be getting the same active ingredient with the same level of effectiveness when treating your allergy symptoms.

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It’s best to avoid giving your child an allergy medicine in the form of a tablet, capsule or eye drops because they may struggle to take them or put up a fight.

 

There’s plenty of alternative formulas, like syrups and nasal sprays, that will be easier for you to administer.

Does your child have the sniffles and the sneezes long after cold and flu season is over? Your little one could be suffering from hayfever.

Hayfever is a common allergy, with up to 40% of children suffering from hayfever, but there are things you can do to help.

Today, we’re going to take a look at all things hayfever and what you can do to help your child through hayfever season.

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