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Can telfast make your skin sensitive to sun light? I’m on a medication that does I don’t want to add to it
Hi folks, I have recently switched from Telfast to a generic Australian brand called Fexit. They seem to be doing nothing for me. Why would this be? I thought they would be the exact same thing. Thanks
Does it work for sinus too the chemist said it does?
Is there any long-term effects when taken these tablets / ie: continuing use effect are they harmful to your health??
When taking telfast, can I eat straight away after taking a pill or should I wait a while?
You can, unless it's a high fat meal. Also, ensure you take the tablet with water (do not take with apple, orange or grapefruit juice).
One more thing - if you take an antacid containing aluminium or magnesium, don't have telfast within 2 hours of the antacid.
All of the above lowers the efficiency by up to 50%.
My specialist told me take 3 telfast a day which I have done for 2 months my local doctor said that's bad only take one have I done any damage to my health?
I have been taking Telfast for the last couple of months for allergic symptoms (redness around my lips). It will normally go away after a week or two after taking Telfast, but it will recur after a couple of weeks. How long can I take Telfast consecutively? Will it be harmful or me becoming antimicrobial (resistance to antibiotic etc.)?
Was taking nasal sprays like Nasonex every night to dry the nasal passages while sleeping, but not working so well anymore. Had taken Telfast occasionally for hayfever. Several pharmacists have told me that taking telfast every day is better for you than nasal sprays and has no long term effects. I am finding it has a better result for me.
is it ok to take together with nasonex spray?
I take it together with rhinocort spray, as reommended by doctor, so I would think all ok with nasonex spray
Normally I take Telfast tablets in the mornings and spray Nasonex at night but now Nasonex doesn't work for me so I switched to Avamys which needs prescription from doctor. I guess if Nasonex works for you then stick to it cos you can grab that off the shelf.
Does anyone take telfast daily to help the itch of midgies/sand flies bites?
Will taking this at night keep me awake?
Does Telfast contain Promethazine?
i am taking Telfast 180 for 4 weeks one dose a day , how long I can use it ?
You should always seek medical advice from a medical practioner. I am not one but am a patient who has been assured by my medical practioner that what I am doing to MY body is ok. I have often doubled the daily dose to treat MY eczema/urticaria and don't appear at this to have suffered any side effects. I also use cortisone creams and watch my diet.
How long before telfast works for sinus?
I have chronic urticaria diagnosed by skin specialist. I am taking 4 tellfast 180 mg a day suggested by skin specialist. Is it normal? Usually it supposed to be taken one tablet a day. Please give me suggestion.
I am not doctor on that area, but I stopped eating that tablet after 3 days as itchy eye is totally gone, although some symptom with nose,many sneezing is still there.
I stopped taking telfast because a friend that does medicine research told me if I keep taking every day, one day it will not work again,
also she suggested not taking over doze.
so I think maybe you can have a try, if one 180mg tablet a day works, then take just one, not four,
if you need to take 4 a day, i think that will be very serious, you might need to seek alternate treatment .
some GP are useless, my opinion, they rely on medical wiki, to give prescription
4 tablets definitely seems excessive. If a lower dose has same effect for you i would go lower.
Also combination therapy of other anthisamines can wrk. Also immune supressants. Talk To Your spcialist plus Dietician can help.
I now only take my antihistamines min 4 times per week. Have to go daily during chronic times. Good luck :)
Hey jen 4 tablets a day is fine. I saw an allergist specialist and he said to me telfast only has 'one tablet a day' written on it so they can sell it off the shelves otherwise people take up to 8 a day for serious allergies. I'm on 2 a day right now, been that way for 7 weeks and still going, for urtecaria
Can one take Telfast whilst taking blood pressure tablets?
Do you suffer the side effects after taking 180 g telfast ? I took this drug for about one week,
But in the following days, I suffered a heart burn. Someone asks me take Zantac, does this
Medicine go with telfast? If the side effect always there, should continue taking this drug?
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