Prescription onlyLower-cost generic availableClass: Respiratory

Xyzal Reviews

(levocetirizine)

Prescription onlyLower-cost generic availableClass: Respiratory
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Reviews of Levocetirizine

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Summary of Xyzal (levocetirizine) reviews by people (All ages)15 people left tips
88%
think this method is worth it
88%
think this method works well
13%
think this method is a hassle
  • Take at night to avoid potential sleepiness. Might affect my sleeping habits.
    33
    Man
    Two years or more
    Hives
  • Taking it in the evening helped with nighttime sinus issues.
    30
    Woman
    A year or so
    Rash and sinusitis
  • If you stop taking it suddenly, you may have full-body itchiness. Don't go cold turkey. Work with your doctor to ramp it down.
    29
    Woman
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  • Had hives without cause for about 3 years (age 55-58). Zyrtec controlled itching but not the inflammation (red welts). Xyzal controlled both symptoms. Took one pill 1-2X/day. After 7 years no longer using since I don't have hives anymore.
    62
    Man
    Seasonal allergies
  • Take at night, doesn't make me sleepy. I take in combination with Singulair and Dymista Nasal Spray. When things are really bad my PCP adds oral steroids and Claritin D to dry me up again.
    33
    Woman
    Seasonal allergies
  • Take at night, doesn't make me sleepy. I take in combination with Singulair and Dymista Nasal Spray. When things are really bad my PCP adds oral steroids and Claritin D to dry me up again.
    33
    Woman
    Seasonal allergies
  • Take it at least 3 hours before bed if you won't get a full 8 hours of sleep
    26
    Woman
    Year-round allergies
  • Take it at night.
    36
    Woman
    Seasonal allergies
  • Doesn't really cause drowsiness, I had more drowsiness with Zyrtec than with this one! It actually helps my anaphylaxis even to the point that taking a pill at the beginning of an episode can cause the attack to stop progressing and diminish quickly after the medicine starts to kick in.
    27
    Woman
    Seasonal allergies