Prescription or OTCLower-cost generic availableClass: Respiratory

Claritin D Reviews

(loratadine / pseudoephedrine)

Prescription or OTCLower-cost generic availableClass: Respiratory
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Reviews of Claritin D (loratadine / pseudoephedrine)

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  • Both of them didn't do too much to help my sinitis and they say that they are the best OTC decongestant/allergy medications on the market but disagree. If you're looking for a medication for short term decongestion (ie:cold or flu) I suggest just using afrin or 4way nasal spray because it works the best out of all the OTC decongestants and it's a fraction of the price and actually works, just don't take it for more than 3 days at a time or you will suffer rebound congestion.
    Seasonal allergies
  • I always get a nasal drip from my allergies which causes my throat to hurt and for me to start coughing. I've tried all of the other options but I find that this one works better for me every time .
    Seasonal allergies
  • This stuff is definitely a lifesaver. especially when there's no rest for being a mother of 4.
    Seasonal allergies
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  • I get allergies Bad during allergy season & this is the ONLY medication that works for me. Nothing Else Works. I can breathe through both nostrils Clearly. No itch. No sneezes. I am Normal! Only downside -if taking Non-Drowsy, be aware of the time, if taken later at evening/night, you Will stay up the entire night. But hey, at least you can breathe & you're not suffering.
    Two years or more
    Seasonal allergies