Cetirizine is a non-drowsy antihistamine that works to relieve your allergy and hay fever symptoms. …read moreSee less
No matter what formula you find it in, cetirizine is a great remedy for hay fever symptoms, helping you to power through pollen season without feeling drowsy.
It’s available for children aged 2 and over, in the form of syrups and tablets, but whatever formula is right for you, you can rely on cetirizine to ease your allergy symptoms quickly and effectively.
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Can I take Cetirizine when I’m pregnant?
You should speak to your doctor or pharmacist before taking medicines containing Cetirizine if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
This may not be the best medicine for you or your baby at this time, and a medical professional may wish to recommend a product that’s safer or more appropriate for you.
Does Cetirizine have any side effects?
Like all medications, Cetirizine can have side effects, although not everyone will experience them.
Some of the most common side effects include:
- Drowsiness, sleepiness
- Dry mouth
- Sore throat
- Swelling and irritation inside the nose
If you experience these or any other side effects while using cetirizine, stop use and speak to your doctor or pharmacist immediately, if necessary.
Make sure you read the patient information leaflet of your own medication thoroughly for a full list of side effects.
Does Cetirizine make you drowsy?
Cetirizine is a newer formula of antihistamine, and usually won’t make you feel drowsy or sleepy.
However, drowsiness is a known side effect of Cetirizine, so if you experience this you should not attempt to drive or operate tools or machinery until you are absolutely sure that you are safe to do so.
What is the usual dosage of Cetirizine?
The usual adult dosage of Cetirizine is 10mg once a day.
However, the exact dosage can change depending on your age or the medication you’re taking.
Always read the patient information leaflet contained with your medication thoroughly or follow your doctor or pharmacist’s advice so you know that you’re taking the correct dosage.