Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 006921/002.

Names and composition

"CHLOR-TRIMETON" is the commercial name of a drug composed of CHLORPHENIRAMINE MALEATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
006921/002 CHLOR-TRIMETON CHLORPHENIRAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 4MG
006921/006 CHLOR-TRIMETON CHLORPHENIRAMINE MALEATE SYRUP/ORAL 2MG per 5ML
007638/001 CHLOR-TRIMETON CHLORPHENIRAMINE MALEATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 8MG
007638/002 CHLOR-TRIMETON CHLORPHENIRAMINE MALEATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 12MG
008794/001 CHLOR-TRIMETON CHLORPHENIRAMINE MALEATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100MG per ML
008826/001 CHLOR-TRIMETON CHLORPHENIRAMINE MALEATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10MG per ML
018397/001 CHLOR-TRIMETON CHLORPHENIRAMINE MALEATE; PSEUDOEPHEDRINE SULFATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 8MG and 120MG

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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
006921/002 CHLOR-TRIMETON CHLORPHENIRAMINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 4MG
006921/006 CHLOR-TRIMETON CHLORPHENIRAMINE MALEATE SYRUP/ORAL 2MG per 5ML
007638/001 CHLOR-TRIMETON CHLORPHENIRAMINE MALEATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 8MG
007638/002 CHLOR-TRIMETON CHLORPHENIRAMINE MALEATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 12MG
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Answered questions

Can i take chlor-trimeton and benedryl with zoloft?
Asked by Caitlyn Villalouos 2 years ago.

Aren't chlor-trimeton and benedryl the same thing? You should call your pharmacist to ask for sure. Answered by Kindra Russon 2 years ago.

Most likely yes, but simply call the pharmacy. Good to be cautious. Answered by Temeka Cotman 2 years ago.

Please check with the doctor that prescribed the zoloft. Don't take any chances mixing medications. Answered by Ngoc Staff 2 years ago.


Will taking chlorpheniramine maleate (Chlor-Trimeton) daily for my allergies have any effects on my heart?
I have been taking Chor-Trimeton for several years now and am just concerned that I might be causing damage to myself. It does help with my allergy headaches, but at what cost? Asked by Tori Bacerra 2 years ago.

none whatsoever Answered by Faye Huffstutler 2 years ago.

Recently reported: Heart Side effects: # Blood pressure increased 16% # Cardiac arrest 7% # Chest pain 7% # Tachycardia 7% # Myocardial infarction 4% Other Side effects: #Cerebrovascular accident 13% #Overdose 11% #Asthenia 9% Cerebral infarction 9% #Dizziness 9% #Loss of consciousness 7% Sedation 7% #Serotonin syndrome 7% # Agitation 4% # Amnesia 4% Balance disorder 4% # Blood glucose increased 4% # Chest discomfort 4% Colitis ischaemic 4% # Death 4% # Dysarthria 4% # Electromechanical dissociation 4% Emotional disorder 4% # Fall 4% # Haemorrhagic stroke 4% #Hallucination 4% Headache 4% # Hypoaesthesia 4% # Hypoxic encephalopathy 4% # Lethargy 4% Memory impairment 4% # Metabolic acidosis 4% Mydriasis 4% Oxygen saturation decreased 4% # Pneumonia 4% # Respiratory arrest 4% Screaming 4% # Somnolence 4% # Syncope 4% Answered by Deeann Gehring 2 years ago.


John Doe has an order for Chlor-trimeton 2mg PO QHS for insomnia. May repeat x1 if no relief in 2 hrs?
Question: (For pharmacists, nurses, md)1. if you gave the med at 8pm and the pt asked for chlortrimeton (x1) at 12mn would you give it? Up to what time can you give the (may repeat x1)? 1am? 2am? 3am? 4am? 5am? 2. What if you gave her the 8pm dose of chlor trimeton and then at 1am, she asked for the (x1) and... Asked by Nenita Katzer 2 years ago.

Question: (For pharmacists, nurses, md) 1. if you gave the med at 8pm and the pt asked for chlortrimeton (x1) at 12mn would you give it? Up to what time can you give the (may repeat x1)? 1am? 2am? 3am? 4am? 5am? 2. What if you gave her the 8pm dose of chlor trimeton and then at 1am, she asked for the (x1) and then that day you gave her the 8pm dose of chlor-trimeton and then at 11pm she asked for the may repeat x1, would you give it? Answered by Shaun Diblasio 2 years ago.

Anti histamines are indicated for insomnia due to their natural tendency to cause drowsiness and are non habit forming. We used to use diphenhydramine until chlorpheniramine came along (more sedating) Further, chlorpheniramine maleate is also one of the most sedating antihistamines, and is an excellent choice. Be sure to use the prompt release version, not the sustained release. You don't want chlorpheniramine still being released into your bloodstream 8 hrs later when you are trying to wake up. For your questions 1 and 2: My advice is to give at least 2 mg (that is on the low side -- even 4 mg would be okay). And I also would not wait 2 hrs for a re-dose. If no results in 1 hr, I would re-dose then with another 2mg. This is a common strategy with a safe, non addictive drug. Remember use the prompt release, not sustained. In this case you want the drug in the system fast, not leach out slowly through the course of the night. Source: I am a pharmacist. Answered by Fredericka Somani 2 years ago.

It is not used for insomnia, but allergy relief. The dose is very small, even at double the dose. You don't really say if this is the 12 hr or 24 hr version, if it is short or long acting. If the patient is a child or adult. Since it is not ever used for insomnia, I would call that doctor and question this. Answered by Antonietta Jerowski 2 years ago.


Is it okay to be take chlor- trimeton(allery tablets) while taking fish oil capsules?
Should I take the allergy medicine right after taking the fish oil pill or before? is it safe? Asked by Jerrold Launey 2 years ago.

i would think so. allergy pills are my daily life i take them with everything twice a day Answered by Silva Contini 2 years ago.

Yes, it absolutely will...Omega 3's are great for your developing baby's brain. But beware, some over the counter fish oil capsules still contain mercury, and now they have started adding some vegetable oil to them, so the fish oil is not the best. The only way you will know is the price. The cheaper brands are not as good for you because they make them with not so good ingredients. The one I use is around $25.00 a bottle, now I am not a woman, but I notice that my skin is softer and I see alot of other side benefits. The woman that introduced me to the fish oil I use had a baby and her daughter is months ahead of most children that I know. She is so smart. Good luck! Answered by Catherin Crowley 2 years ago.


HELPP!!!!!should i take fish oil capsules with chlor-trimeton(allery tablets) for my sicknessss?
Asked by Simonne Poggio 2 years ago.

Yeah... coz chlorpheniramine treats sneezing, watery eyes, itching, and runny nose caused by allergies or the common cold. Answered by Raguel Opela 2 years ago.


Can i take chlor-trimeton and benedryl with zoloft?
Asked by Dorene Legault 2 years ago.

Aren't chlor-trimeton and benedryl the same thing? You should call your pharmacist to ask for sure. Answered by Jenna Fegurgur 2 years ago.

Most likely yes, but simply call the pharmacy. Good to be cautious. Answered by Emmy Bergum 2 years ago.

Please check with the doctor that prescribed the zoloft. Don't take any chances mixing medications. Answered by Jodee Haff 2 years ago.


Will taking chlorpheniramine maleate (Chlor-Trimeton) daily for my allergies have any effects on my heart?
I have been taking Chor-Trimeton for several years now and am just concerned that I might be causing damage to myself. It does help with my allergy headaches, but at what cost? Asked by Daina Graham 2 years ago.

none whatsoever Answered by Hellen Micari 2 years ago.

Recently reported: Heart Side effects: # Blood pressure increased 16% # Cardiac arrest 7% # Chest pain 7% # Tachycardia 7% # Myocardial infarction 4% Other Side effects: #Cerebrovascular accident 13% #Overdose 11% #Asthenia 9% Cerebral infarction 9% #Dizziness 9% #Loss of consciousness 7% Sedation 7% #Serotonin syndrome 7% # Agitation 4% # Amnesia 4% Balance disorder 4% # Blood glucose increased 4% # Chest discomfort 4% Colitis ischaemic 4% # Death 4% # Dysarthria 4% # Electromechanical dissociation 4% Emotional disorder 4% # Fall 4% # Haemorrhagic stroke 4% #Hallucination 4% Headache 4% # Hypoaesthesia 4% # Hypoxic encephalopathy 4% # Lethargy 4% Memory impairment 4% # Metabolic acidosis 4% Mydriasis 4% Oxygen saturation decreased 4% # Pneumonia 4% # Respiratory arrest 4% Screaming 4% # Somnolence 4% # Syncope 4% Answered by Mabelle Thormahlen 2 years ago.


John Doe has an order for Chlor-trimeton 2mg PO QHS for insomnia. May repeat x1 if no relief in 2 hrs?
Question: (For pharmacists, nurses, md)1. if you gave the med at 8pm and the pt asked for chlortrimeton (x1) at 12mn would you give it? Up to what time can you give the (may repeat x1)? 1am? 2am? 3am? 4am? 5am? 2. What if you gave her the 8pm dose of chlor trimeton and then at 1am, she asked for the (x1) and... Asked by Kathyrn Emile 2 years ago.

Question: (For pharmacists, nurses, md) 1. if you gave the med at 8pm and the pt asked for chlortrimeton (x1) at 12mn would you give it? Up to what time can you give the (may repeat x1)? 1am? 2am? 3am? 4am? 5am? 2. What if you gave her the 8pm dose of chlor trimeton and then at 1am, she asked for the (x1) and then that day you gave her the 8pm dose of chlor-trimeton and then at 11pm she asked for the may repeat x1, would you give it? Answered by Trinidad Padol 2 years ago.

Anti histamines are indicated for insomnia due to their natural tendency to cause drowsiness and are non habit forming. We used to use diphenhydramine until chlorpheniramine came along (more sedating) Further, chlorpheniramine maleate is also one of the most sedating antihistamines, and is an excellent choice. Be sure to use the prompt release version, not the sustained release. You don't want chlorpheniramine still being released into your bloodstream 8 hrs later when you are trying to wake up. For your questions 1 and 2: My advice is to give at least 2 mg (that is on the low side -- even 4 mg would be okay). And I also would not wait 2 hrs for a re-dose. If no results in 1 hr, I would re-dose then with another 2mg. This is a common strategy with a safe, non addictive drug. Remember use the prompt release, not sustained. In this case you want the drug in the system fast, not leach out slowly through the course of the night. Source: I am a pharmacist. Answered by Annett Caisse 2 years ago.

It is not used for insomnia, but allergy relief. The dose is very small, even at double the dose. You don't really say if this is the 12 hr or 24 hr version, if it is short or long acting. If the patient is a child or adult. Since it is not ever used for insomnia, I would call that doctor and question this. Answered by Zaida Mauter 2 years ago.


Is it okay to be take chlor- trimeton(allery tablets) while taking fish oil capsules?
Should I take the allergy medicine right after taking the fish oil pill or before? is it safe? Asked by Catheryn Harlin 2 years ago.

i would think so. allergy pills are my daily life i take them with everything twice a day Answered by Rachel Fooks 2 years ago.

Yes, it absolutely will...Omega 3's are great for your developing baby's brain. But beware, some over the counter fish oil capsules still contain mercury, and now they have started adding some vegetable oil to them, so the fish oil is not the best. The only way you will know is the price. The cheaper brands are not as good for you because they make them with not so good ingredients. The one I use is around $25.00 a bottle, now I am not a woman, but I notice that my skin is softer and I see alot of other side benefits. The woman that introduced me to the fish oil I use had a baby and her daughter is months ahead of most children that I know. She is so smart. Good luck! Answered by Nadine Zoch 2 years ago.


HELPP!!!!!should i take fish oil capsules with chlor-trimeton(allery tablets) for my sicknessss?
Asked by Robin Ganoe 2 years ago.

Yeah... coz chlorpheniramine treats sneezing, watery eyes, itching, and runny nose caused by allergies or the common cold. Answered by Marjorie Coull 2 years ago.


Can i take chlor-trimeton and benedryl with zoloft?
Asked by Rosann Samec 2 years ago.

Aren't chlor-trimeton and benedryl the same thing? You should call your pharmacist to ask for sure. Answered by Thea Villamar 2 years ago.

Most likely yes, but simply call the pharmacy. Good to be cautious. Answered by Jae Pinch 2 years ago.

Please check with the doctor that prescribed the zoloft. Don't take any chances mixing medications. Answered by Tammie Huesman 2 years ago.


Will taking chlorpheniramine maleate (Chlor-Trimeton) daily for my allergies have any effects on my heart?
I have been taking Chor-Trimeton for several years now and am just concerned that I might be causing damage to myself. It does help with my allergy headaches, but at what cost? Asked by Star Vatter 2 years ago.

none whatsoever Answered by Contessa Motamed 2 years ago.

Recently reported: Heart Side effects: # Blood pressure increased 16% # Cardiac arrest 7% # Chest pain 7% # Tachycardia 7% # Myocardial infarction 4% Other Side effects: #Cerebrovascular accident 13% #Overdose 11% #Asthenia 9% Cerebral infarction 9% #Dizziness 9% #Loss of consciousness 7% Sedation 7% #Serotonin syndrome 7% # Agitation 4% # Amnesia 4% Balance disorder 4% # Blood glucose increased 4% # Chest discomfort 4% Colitis ischaemic 4% # Death 4% # Dysarthria 4% # Electromechanical dissociation 4% Emotional disorder 4% # Fall 4% # Haemorrhagic stroke 4% #Hallucination 4% Headache 4% # Hypoaesthesia 4% # Hypoxic encephalopathy 4% # Lethargy 4% Memory impairment 4% # Metabolic acidosis 4% Mydriasis 4% Oxygen saturation decreased 4% # Pneumonia 4% # Respiratory arrest 4% Screaming 4% # Somnolence 4% # Syncope 4% Answered by See Ausbrooks 2 years ago.


John Doe has an order for Chlor-trimeton 2mg PO QHS for insomnia. May repeat x1 if no relief in 2 hrs?
Question: (For pharmacists, nurses, md)1. if you gave the med at 8pm and the pt asked for chlortrimeton (x1) at 12mn would you give it? Up to what time can you give the (may repeat x1)? 1am? 2am? 3am? 4am? 5am? 2. What if you gave her the 8pm dose of chlor trimeton and then at 1am, she asked for the (x1) and... Asked by Casandra Jue 2 years ago.

Question: (For pharmacists, nurses, md) 1. if you gave the med at 8pm and the pt asked for chlortrimeton (x1) at 12mn would you give it? Up to what time can you give the (may repeat x1)? 1am? 2am? 3am? 4am? 5am? 2. What if you gave her the 8pm dose of chlor trimeton and then at 1am, she asked for the (x1) and then that day you gave her the 8pm dose of chlor-trimeton and then at 11pm she asked for the may repeat x1, would you give it? Answered by Mireille Stepaniak 2 years ago.

Anti histamines are indicated for insomnia due to their natural tendency to cause drowsiness and are non habit forming. We used to use diphenhydramine until chlorpheniramine came along (more sedating) Further, chlorpheniramine maleate is also one of the most sedating antihistamines, and is an excellent choice. Be sure to use the prompt release version, not the sustained release. You don't want chlorpheniramine still being released into your bloodstream 8 hrs later when you are trying to wake up. For your questions 1 and 2: My advice is to give at least 2 mg (that is on the low side -- even 4 mg would be okay). And I also would not wait 2 hrs for a re-dose. If no results in 1 hr, I would re-dose then with another 2mg. This is a common strategy with a safe, non addictive drug. Remember use the prompt release, not sustained. In this case you want the drug in the system fast, not leach out slowly through the course of the night. Source: I am a pharmacist. Answered by Clorinda Acoff 2 years ago.

It is not used for insomnia, but allergy relief. The dose is very small, even at double the dose. You don't really say if this is the 12 hr or 24 hr version, if it is short or long acting. If the patient is a child or adult. Since it is not ever used for insomnia, I would call that doctor and question this. Answered by Travis Bessent 2 years ago.


Is it okay to be take chlor- trimeton(allery tablets) while taking fish oil capsules?
Should I take the allergy medicine right after taking the fish oil pill or before? is it safe? Asked by Dwana Knisely 2 years ago.

i would think so. allergy pills are my daily life i take them with everything twice a day Answered by Siu Kosoff 2 years ago.

Yes, it absolutely will...Omega 3's are great for your developing baby's brain. But beware, some over the counter fish oil capsules still contain mercury, and now they have started adding some vegetable oil to them, so the fish oil is not the best. The only way you will know is the price. The cheaper brands are not as good for you because they make them with not so good ingredients. The one I use is around $25.00 a bottle, now I am not a woman, but I notice that my skin is softer and I see alot of other side benefits. The woman that introduced me to the fish oil I use had a baby and her daughter is months ahead of most children that I know. She is so smart. Good luck! Answered by Mindy Fernberg 2 years ago.


HELPP!!!!!should i take fish oil capsules with chlor-trimeton(allery tablets) for my sicknessss?
Asked by Ma Mccorry 2 years ago.

Yeah... coz chlorpheniramine treats sneezing, watery eyes, itching, and runny nose caused by allergies or the common cold. Answered by Xavier Correl 2 years ago.


Can i take chlor-trimeton and benedryl with zoloft?
Asked by Virgil Bingamon 2 years ago.

Aren't chlor-trimeton and benedryl the same thing? You should call your pharmacist to ask for sure. Answered by Blair Heidecker 2 years ago.

Most likely yes, but simply call the pharmacy. Good to be cautious. Answered by Marchelle Levey 2 years ago.

Please check with the doctor that prescribed the zoloft. Don't take any chances mixing medications. Answered by Seth Herby 2 years ago.


Will taking chlorpheniramine maleate (Chlor-Trimeton) daily for my allergies have any effects on my heart?
I have been taking Chor-Trimeton for several years now and am just concerned that I might be causing damage to myself. It does help with my allergy headaches, but at what cost? Asked by Allena Alamos 2 years ago.

none whatsoever Answered by Ines Macken 2 years ago.

Recently reported: Heart Side effects: # Blood pressure increased 16% # Cardiac arrest 7% # Chest pain 7% # Tachycardia 7% # Myocardial infarction 4% Other Side effects: #Cerebrovascular accident 13% #Overdose 11% #Asthenia 9% Cerebral infarction 9% #Dizziness 9% #Loss of consciousness 7% Sedation 7% #Serotonin syndrome 7% # Agitation 4% # Amnesia 4% Balance disorder 4% # Blood glucose increased 4% # Chest discomfort 4% Colitis ischaemic 4% # Death 4% # Dysarthria 4% # Electromechanical dissociation 4% Emotional disorder 4% # Fall 4% # Haemorrhagic stroke 4% #Hallucination 4% Headache 4% # Hypoaesthesia 4% # Hypoxic encephalopathy 4% # Lethargy 4% Memory impairment 4% # Metabolic acidosis 4% Mydriasis 4% Oxygen saturation decreased 4% # Pneumonia 4% # Respiratory arrest 4% Screaming 4% # Somnolence 4% # Syncope 4% Answered by Katherine Concienne 2 years ago.


John Doe has an order for Chlor-trimeton 2mg PO QHS for insomnia. May repeat x1 if no relief in 2 hrs?
Question: (For pharmacists, nurses, md)1. if you gave the med at 8pm and the pt asked for chlortrimeton (x1) at 12mn would you give it? Up to what time can you give the (may repeat x1)? 1am? 2am? 3am? 4am? 5am? 2. What if you gave her the 8pm dose of chlor trimeton and then at 1am, she asked for the (x1) and... Asked by Jami Yagoda 2 years ago.

Question: (For pharmacists, nurses, md) 1. if you gave the med at 8pm and the pt asked for chlortrimeton (x1) at 12mn would you give it? Up to what time can you give the (may repeat x1)? 1am? 2am? 3am? 4am? 5am? 2. What if you gave her the 8pm dose of chlor trimeton and then at 1am, she asked for the (x1) and then that day you gave her the 8pm dose of chlor-trimeton and then at 11pm she asked for the may repeat x1, would you give it? Answered by Fumiko Samuelsen 2 years ago.

Anti histamines are indicated for insomnia due to their natural tendency to cause drowsiness and are non habit forming. We used to use diphenhydramine until chlorpheniramine came along (more sedating) Further, chlorpheniramine maleate is also one of the most sedating antihistamines, and is an excellent choice. Be sure to use the prompt release version, not the sustained release. You don't want chlorpheniramine still being released into your bloodstream 8 hrs later when you are trying to wake up. For your questions 1 and 2: My advice is to give at least 2 mg (that is on the low side -- even 4 mg would be okay). And I also would not wait 2 hrs for a re-dose. If no results in 1 hr, I would re-dose then with another 2mg. This is a common strategy with a safe, non addictive drug. Remember use the prompt release, not sustained. In this case you want the drug in the system fast, not leach out slowly through the course of the night. Source: I am a pharmacist. Answered by Bonny Bailer 2 years ago.

It is not used for insomnia, but allergy relief. The dose is very small, even at double the dose. You don't really say if this is the 12 hr or 24 hr version, if it is short or long acting. If the patient is a child or adult. Since it is not ever used for insomnia, I would call that doctor and question this. Answered by Chun Schutzenhofer 2 years ago.


Is it okay to be take chlor- trimeton(allery tablets) while taking fish oil capsules?
Should I take the allergy medicine right after taking the fish oil pill or before? is it safe? Asked by Stephine Bowdler 2 years ago.

i would think so. allergy pills are my daily life i take them with everything twice a day Answered by Divina Gissel 2 years ago.

Yes, it absolutely will...Omega 3's are great for your developing baby's brain. But beware, some over the counter fish oil capsules still contain mercury, and now they have started adding some vegetable oil to them, so the fish oil is not the best. The only way you will know is the price. The cheaper brands are not as good for you because they make them with not so good ingredients. The one I use is around $25.00 a bottle, now I am not a woman, but I notice that my skin is softer and I see alot of other side benefits. The woman that introduced me to the fish oil I use had a baby and her daughter is months ahead of most children that I know. She is so smart. Good luck! Answered by Gavin Pochatko 2 years ago.


HELPP!!!!!should i take fish oil capsules with chlor-trimeton(allery tablets) for my sicknessss?
Asked by Bianca Ohm 2 years ago.

Yeah... coz chlorpheniramine treats sneezing, watery eyes, itching, and runny nose caused by allergies or the common cold. Answered by Douglas Monville 2 years ago.


Can i take chlor-trimeton and benedryl with zoloft?
Asked by Domonique Gilkes 2 years ago.

Aren't chlor-trimeton and benedryl the same thing? You should call your pharmacist to ask for sure. Answered by Michele Diskin 2 years ago.

Most likely yes, but simply call the pharmacy. Good to be cautious. Answered by Kurtis Valery 2 years ago.

Please check with the doctor that prescribed the zoloft. Don't take any chances mixing medications. Answered by Cleveland Boas 2 years ago.


Will taking chlorpheniramine maleate (Chlor-Trimeton) daily for my allergies have any effects on my heart?
I have been taking Chor-Trimeton for several years now and am just concerned that I might be causing damage to myself. It does help with my allergy headaches, but at what cost? Asked by Janiece Monopoli 2 years ago.

none whatsoever Answered by Randell Truka 2 years ago.

Recently reported: Heart Side effects: # Blood pressure increased 16% # Cardiac arrest 7% # Chest pain 7% # Tachycardia 7% # Myocardial infarction 4% Other Side effects: #Cerebrovascular accident 13% #Overdose 11% #Asthenia 9% Cerebral infarction 9% #Dizziness 9% #Loss of consciousness 7% Sedation 7% #Serotonin syndrome 7% # Agitation 4% # Amnesia 4% Balance disorder 4% # Blood glucose increased 4% # Chest discomfort 4% Colitis ischaemic 4% # Death 4% # Dysarthria 4% # Electromechanical dissociation 4% Emotional disorder 4% # Fall 4% # Haemorrhagic stroke 4% #Hallucination 4% Headache 4% # Hypoaesthesia 4% # Hypoxic encephalopathy 4% # Lethargy 4% Memory impairment 4% # Metabolic acidosis 4% Mydriasis 4% Oxygen saturation decreased 4% # Pneumonia 4% # Respiratory arrest 4% Screaming 4% # Somnolence 4% # Syncope 4% Answered by Micah Joshi 2 years ago.


John Doe has an order for Chlor-trimeton 2mg PO QHS for insomnia. May repeat x1 if no relief in 2 hrs?
Question: (For pharmacists, nurses, md)1. if you gave the med at 8pm and the pt asked for chlortrimeton (x1) at 12mn would you give it? Up to what time can you give the (may repeat x1)? 1am? 2am? 3am? 4am? 5am? 2. What if you gave her the 8pm dose of chlor trimeton and then at 1am, she asked for the (x1) and... Asked by Faith Byassee 2 years ago.

Question: (For pharmacists, nurses, md) 1. if you gave the med at 8pm and the pt asked for chlortrimeton (x1) at 12mn would you give it? Up to what time can you give the (may repeat x1)? 1am? 2am? 3am? 4am? 5am? 2. What if you gave her the 8pm dose of chlor trimeton and then at 1am, she asked for the (x1) and then that day you gave her the 8pm dose of chlor-trimeton and then at 11pm she asked for the may repeat x1, would you give it? Answered by Jacque Speakes 2 years ago.

Anti histamines are indicated for insomnia due to their natural tendency to cause drowsiness and are non habit forming. We used to use diphenhydramine until chlorpheniramine came along (more sedating) Further, chlorpheniramine maleate is also one of the most sedating antihistamines, and is an excellent choice. Be sure to use the prompt release version, not the sustained release. You don't want chlorpheniramine still being released into your bloodstream 8 hrs later when you are trying to wake up. For your questions 1 and 2: My advice is to give at least 2 mg (that is on the low side -- even 4 mg would be okay). And I also would not wait 2 hrs for a re-dose. If no results in 1 hr, I would re-dose then with another 2mg. This is a common strategy with a safe, non addictive drug. Remember use the prompt release, not sustained. In this case you want the drug in the system fast, not leach out slowly through the course of the night. Source: I am a pharmacist. Answered by Henry Bodziony 2 years ago.

It is not used for insomnia, but allergy relief. The dose is very small, even at double the dose. You don't really say if this is the 12 hr or 24 hr version, if it is short or long acting. If the patient is a child or adult. Since it is not ever used for insomnia, I would call that doctor and question this. Answered by Danette Demange 2 years ago.


Is it okay to be take chlor- trimeton(allery tablets) while taking fish oil capsules?
Should I take the allergy medicine right after taking the fish oil pill or before? is it safe? Asked by Numbers Buys 2 years ago.

i would think so. allergy pills are my daily life i take them with everything twice a day Answered by Hildred Calamari 2 years ago.

Yes, it absolutely will...Omega 3's are great for your developing baby's brain. But beware, some over the counter fish oil capsules still contain mercury, and now they have started adding some vegetable oil to them, so the fish oil is not the best. The only way you will know is the price. The cheaper brands are not as good for you because they make them with not so good ingredients. The one I use is around $25.00 a bottle, now I am not a woman, but I notice that my skin is softer and I see alot of other side benefits. The woman that introduced me to the fish oil I use had a baby and her daughter is months ahead of most children that I know. She is so smart. Good luck! Answered by Colleen Gulisano 2 years ago.


HELPP!!!!!should i take fish oil capsules with chlor-trimeton(allery tablets) for my sicknessss?
Asked by Zoe Hylands 2 years ago.

Yeah... coz chlorpheniramine treats sneezing, watery eyes, itching, and runny nose caused by allergies or the common cold. Answered by Darcey Didonato 2 years ago.


Can i take chlor-trimeton and benedryl with zoloft?
Asked by Lauri Wengreen 2 years ago.

Aren't chlor-trimeton and benedryl the same thing? You should call your pharmacist to ask for sure. Answered by Daine Sickman 2 years ago.

Most likely yes, but simply call the pharmacy. Good to be cautious. Answered by Mable Riggio 2 years ago.

Please check with the doctor that prescribed the zoloft. Don't take any chances mixing medications. Answered by Daphine Canova 2 years ago.


Will taking chlorpheniramine maleate (Chlor-Trimeton) daily for my allergies have any effects on my heart?
I have been taking Chor-Trimeton for several years now and am just concerned that I might be causing damage to myself. It does help with my allergy headaches, but at what cost? Asked by Florence Darthard 2 years ago.

none whatsoever Answered by Eloisa Heglund 2 years ago.

Recently reported: Heart Side effects: # Blood pressure increased 16% # Cardiac arrest 7% # Chest pain 7% # Tachycardia 7% # Myocardial infarction 4% Other Side effects: #Cerebrovascular accident 13% #Overdose 11% #Asthenia 9% Cerebral infarction 9% #Dizziness 9% #Loss of consciousness 7% Sedation 7% #Serotonin syndrome 7% # Agitation 4% # Amnesia 4% Balance disorder 4% # Blood glucose increased 4% # Chest discomfort 4% Colitis ischaemic 4% # Death 4% # Dysarthria 4% # Electromechanical dissociation 4% Emotional disorder 4% # Fall 4% # Haemorrhagic stroke 4% #Hallucination 4% Headache 4% # Hypoaesthesia 4% # Hypoxic encephalopathy 4% # Lethargy 4% Memory impairment 4% # Metabolic acidosis 4% Mydriasis 4% Oxygen saturation decreased 4% # Pneumonia 4% # Respiratory arrest 4% Screaming 4% # Somnolence 4% # Syncope 4% Answered by Kristian Zeitler 2 years ago.


John Doe has an order for Chlor-trimeton 2mg PO QHS for insomnia. May repeat x1 if no relief in 2 hrs?
Question: (For pharmacists, nurses, md)1. if you gave the med at 8pm and the pt asked for chlortrimeton (x1) at 12mn would you give it? Up to what time can you give the (may repeat x1)? 1am? 2am? 3am? 4am? 5am? 2. What if you gave her the 8pm dose of chlor trimeton and then at 1am, she asked for the (x1) and... Asked by Latanya Murano 2 years ago.

Question: (For pharmacists, nurses, md) 1. if you gave the med at 8pm and the pt asked for chlortrimeton (x1) at 12mn would you give it? Up to what time can you give the (may repeat x1)? 1am? 2am? 3am? 4am? 5am? 2. What if you gave her the 8pm dose of chlor trimeton and then at 1am, she asked for the (x1) and then that day you gave her the 8pm dose of chlor-trimeton and then at 11pm she asked for the may repeat x1, would you give it? Answered by Natalya Geryol 2 years ago.

Anti histamines are indicated for insomnia due to their natural tendency to cause drowsiness and are non habit forming. We used to use diphenhydramine until chlorpheniramine came along (more sedating) Further, chlorpheniramine maleate is also one of the most sedating antihistamines, and is an excellent choice. Be sure to use the prompt release version, not the sustained release. You don't want chlorpheniramine still being released into your bloodstream 8 hrs later when you are trying to wake up. For your questions 1 and 2: My advice is to give at least 2 mg (that is on the low side -- even 4 mg would be okay). And I also would not wait 2 hrs for a re-dose. If no results in 1 hr, I would re-dose then with another 2mg. This is a common strategy with a safe, non addictive drug. Remember use the prompt release, not sustained. In this case you want the drug in the system fast, not leach out slowly through the course of the night. Source: I am a pharmacist. Answered by Tisha Schaab 2 years ago.

It is not used for insomnia, but allergy relief. The dose is very small, even at double the dose. You don't really say if this is the 12 hr or 24 hr version, if it is short or long acting. If the patient is a child or adult. Since it is not ever used for insomnia, I would call that doctor and question this. Answered by Sam Syddall 2 years ago.


Is it okay to be take chlor- trimeton(allery tablets) while taking fish oil capsules?
Should I take the allergy medicine right after taking the fish oil pill or before? is it safe? Asked by Chance Chaplin 2 years ago.

i would think so. allergy pills are my daily life i take them with everything twice a day Answered by Lue Letze 2 years ago.

Yes, it absolutely will...Omega 3's are great for your developing baby's brain. But beware, some over the counter fish oil capsules still contain mercury, and now they have started adding some vegetable oil to them, so the fish oil is not the best. The only way you will know is the price. The cheaper brands are not as good for you because they make them with not so good ingredients. The one I use is around $25.00 a bottle, now I am not a woman, but I notice that my skin is softer and I see alot of other side benefits. The woman that introduced me to the fish oil I use had a baby and her daughter is months ahead of most children that I know. She is so smart. Good luck! Answered by Beau Stulick 2 years ago.


HELPP!!!!!should i take fish oil capsules with chlor-trimeton(allery tablets) for my sicknessss?
Asked by Jessenia Ruhter 2 years ago.

Yeah... coz chlorpheniramine treats sneezing, watery eyes, itching, and runny nose caused by allergies or the common cold. Answered by Mercedez Zinsmeister 2 years ago.


Can i take chlor-trimeton and benedryl with zoloft?
Asked by Jaimie Norg 2 years ago.

Aren't chlor-trimeton and benedryl the same thing? You should call your pharmacist to ask for sure. Answered by Jeanne Brillhart 2 years ago.

Most likely yes, but simply call the pharmacy. Good to be cautious. Answered by Cecila Bosson 2 years ago.

Please check with the doctor that prescribed the zoloft. Don't take any chances mixing medications. Answered by Jenna Aceret 2 years ago.


Will taking chlorpheniramine maleate (Chlor-Trimeton) daily for my allergies have any effects on my heart?
I have been taking Chor-Trimeton for several years now and am just concerned that I might be causing damage to myself. It does help with my allergy headaches, but at what cost? Asked by Lorraine Mattu 2 years ago.

none whatsoever Answered by Yaeko Zaragoza 2 years ago.

Recently reported: Heart Side effects: # Blood pressure increased 16% # Cardiac arrest 7% # Chest pain 7% # Tachycardia 7% # Myocardial infarction 4% Other Side effects: #Cerebrovascular accident 13% #Overdose 11% #Asthenia 9% Cerebral infarction 9% #Dizziness 9% #Loss of consciousness 7% Sedation 7% #Serotonin syndrome 7% # Agitation 4% # Amnesia 4% Balance disorder 4% # Blood glucose increased 4% # Chest discomfort 4% Colitis ischaemic 4% # Death 4% # Dysarthria 4% # Electromechanical dissociation 4% Emotional disorder 4% # Fall 4% # Haemorrhagic stroke 4% #Hallucination 4% Headache 4% # Hypoaesthesia 4% # Hypoxic encephalopathy 4% # Lethargy 4% Memory impairment 4% # Metabolic acidosis 4% Mydriasis 4% Oxygen saturation decreased 4% # Pneumonia 4% # Respiratory arrest 4% Screaming 4% # Somnolence 4% # Syncope 4% Answered by Sharri Candela 2 years ago.


John Doe has an order for Chlor-trimeton 2mg PO QHS for insomnia. May repeat x1 if no relief in 2 hrs?
Question: (For pharmacists, nurses, md)1. if you gave the med at 8pm and the pt asked for chlortrimeton (x1) at 12mn would you give it? Up to what time can you give the (may repeat x1)? 1am? 2am? 3am? 4am? 5am? 2. What if you gave her the 8pm dose of chlor trimeton and then at 1am, she asked for the (x1) and... Asked by Lauren Ngov 2 years ago.

Question: (For pharmacists, nurses, md) 1. if you gave the med at 8pm and the pt asked for chlortrimeton (x1) at 12mn would you give it? Up to what time can you give the (may repeat x1)? 1am? 2am? 3am? 4am? 5am? 2. What if you gave her the 8pm dose of chlor trimeton and then at 1am, she asked for the (x1) and then that day you gave her the 8pm dose of chlor-trimeton and then at 11pm she asked for the may repeat x1, would you give it? Answered by Gertude Vanaman 2 years ago.

Anti histamines are indicated for insomnia due to their natural tendency to cause drowsiness and are non habit forming. We used to use diphenhydramine until chlorpheniramine came along (more sedating) Further, chlorpheniramine maleate is also one of the most sedating antihistamines, and is an excellent choice. Be sure to use the prompt release version, not the sustained release. You don't want chlorpheniramine still being released into your bloodstream 8 hrs later when you are trying to wake up. For your questions 1 and 2: My advice is to give at least 2 mg (that is on the low side -- even 4 mg would be okay). And I also would not wait 2 hrs for a re-dose. If no results in 1 hr, I would re-dose then with another 2mg. This is a common strategy with a safe, non addictive drug. Remember use the prompt release, not sustained. In this case you want the drug in the system fast, not leach out slowly through the course of the night. Source: I am a pharmacist. Answered by Odis Tevebaugh 2 years ago.

It is not used for insomnia, but allergy relief. The dose is very small, even at double the dose. You don't really say if this is the 12 hr or 24 hr version, if it is short or long acting. If the patient is a child or adult. Since it is not ever used for insomnia, I would call that doctor and question this. Answered by Jenniffer Landey 2 years ago.


Is it okay to be take chlor- trimeton(allery tablets) while taking fish oil capsules?
Should I take the allergy medicine right after taking the fish oil pill or before? is it safe? Asked by Janie Cleary 2 years ago.

i would think so. allergy pills are my daily life i take them with everything twice a day Answered by Shawnee Edelson 2 years ago.

Yes, it absolutely will...Omega 3's are great for your developing baby's brain. But beware, some over the counter fish oil capsules still contain mercury, and now they have started adding some vegetable oil to them, so the fish oil is not the best. The only way you will know is the price. The cheaper brands are not as good for you because they make them with not so good ingredients. The one I use is around $25.00 a bottle, now I am not a woman, but I notice that my skin is softer and I see alot of other side benefits. The woman that introduced me to the fish oil I use had a baby and her daughter is months ahead of most children that I know. She is so smart. Good luck! Answered by Ella Corrga 2 years ago.


HELPP!!!!!should i take fish oil capsules with chlor-trimeton(allery tablets) for my sicknessss?
Asked by Harlan Upmeyer 2 years ago.

Yeah... coz chlorpheniramine treats sneezing, watery eyes, itching, and runny nose caused by allergies or the common cold. Answered by Alexander Miklos 2 years ago.


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