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LEVOCETIRIZINE HYDROCHLORIDE & MONTELUKAST SODIUM syrup belongs to that class of medicines that are known as antihistamines or anti-allergic. This syrup is useful in the treatment of symptoms of seasonal allergies like runny nose, hay fever, sneezing, allergy to the skin, and skin rashes with itching. An allergy is a kind of health situation in which the immune system of a patient responds to external components that are usually not harmful to the body of the patient, and these foreign elements are normally known as allergens. These allergies are differing from person to person. But one of the main symptoms of allergy is coughs that act as a reflex action in the throat of the patient with the entry of mucus and external elements into the respiratory system of the patient.
Levocetirizine Hydrochloride + Montelukast Sodium Syrup is a combination drug that is made up of two different salts with different healing properties. These salts come under the category of anti-allergic drugs. Levocetrizine Hydrochloride + Mntelukast Sodium syrup contains Levocetrizine Hydrochloride and Mntelukast Sodium. Levocetirizine Hydrochloride, block the effects of a type of chemical messenger in the brain that is known as histamine. This chemical messenger is responsible for allergic reactions. Levocetirizine Hydrochloride provides relief to the patient from allergy symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, swelling in the nose, watery nose, itching, congestion, stiffness, and headache. On the other hand, Montelukast Sodium is a leukotriene antagonist that controls the regulation of chemical messengers to provide relaxation from inflammation and swelling in the nose. Overall, both salts end up the allergic symptoms.
Levocetirizine Hydrochloride + Montelukast Sodium syrup should consume with the prescription of the doctor. If the user is allergic to any salts of Levocetirizine Hydrochloride + Montelukast Sodium syrup then the use of this medication is prohibited for the patient. Patients may feel many side effects with the use of Levocetirizine Hydrochloride + Montelukast Sodium syrup, and these side effects include, dry mouth, headache, vomiting, skin rash, fatigue, diarrhea, and nausea. The symptoms of these bad effects did not need any kind of medical treatment, in other words, we can say that these side effects resolve after some time. If these side effects with the use of Levocetirizine Hydrochloride + Montelukast Sodium syrup get worse day by day then as soon as possible patient should be called up to his doctor to avoid the symptoms of severe side effects. Levocetirizine Hydrochloride + Montelukast Sodium syrup should consume with or without food, but to avoid gastric problems it is good for the patient to use this medication with food. If the patient is using painkillers and allergic medicines, then he or she should inform the doctor before taking any prescription for use of Levocetirizine Hydrochloride + Montelukast Sodium Syrup. There is unknown information about the use of Levocetirizine Hydrochloride + Montelukast Sodium syrup for pregnant ladies, so must consult with your healthcare.
Brand name: LEVOP-M
Manufacturer: Pax Healthcare
Composition: Levocetirizine Hydrochloride + Montelukast Sodium syrup
Category: Anti- allergic Liquids
Packaging type: Carton/60ml
Country of origin: India
Prescribed or Not: Prescription
Type of medication: Allopathic
Doctors always advised patients to keep Levocetirizine Hydrochloride + Montelukast Sodium syrup in a cool and dry place away from the sunlight.
First of all, the user should wash his hands with hand wash, and then shake the bottle well and then open the cap of the bottle of Levocetirizine Hydrochloride + Montelukast Sodium syrup, and then measure the liquid form of the drug with a measuring cup and then consume the medication via the mouth. Repeat the process for the next dose. Keep in mind, to close the cap of the bottle tightly after use.
Pax Healthcare is not giving permission for use of Levocetirizine Hydrochloride + Montelukast Sodium syrup without any prescription. It is prescribed by pharmacists not to use more than the prescribed doses.