What is your allergy medication of choice?
Loratadine (generic for Claritin) – every day of my life.
Depends on the symptoms. Allerest or its generics for general nasalities, or Neosynephrine spray. Tylenol PM has this, which often aids sleep.
But if I have the occasional nosebleed, nothing will stop it faster than Sudafed, the original blood-pressure raising, dangerous drug, for which I have to sign as if it were an opiate.
I love Sudafed, particularly Sudafed Sinus for the occasional sinus headache. Too bad the meth addicts had to screw everything up, making it so difficult to get this wonderful sinus medicine. The “remake” version (Sudafed PE) is not nearly as effective, in my opinion. I seem to get a lot of rebound effect with it, which is not the case with the original Sudafed Sinus.
My go-to favorite for sneezing, watery/red/itchy eyes, itchy throat is chlorpheniramine. However, since this tends to make me drowsy, I only take it at bedtime. They used to make this formula with a decongestant, which was super. But I haven’t been able to find it in a long time. I think they quit making the decongestant version.
Never used them. I just sneeze.
Claritin mostly, although I try them all
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