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This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 017661/002.

Names and composition

"TAVIST-1" is the commercial name of a drug composed of CLEMASTINE FUMARATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017661/002 TAVIST-1 CLEMASTINE FUMARATE TABLET/ORAL 1.34MG
017661/003 TAVIST-1 CLEMASTINE FUMARATE TABLET/ORAL 1.34MG
020925/001 TAVIST-1 CLEMASTINE FUMARATE TABLET/ORAL 1.34MG

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017661/001 TAVIST CLEMASTINE FUMARATE TABLET/ORAL 2.68MG
017661/002 TAVIST-1 CLEMASTINE FUMARATE TABLET/ORAL 1.34MG
017661/003 TAVIST-1 CLEMASTINE FUMARATE TABLET/ORAL 1.34MG
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Does anyone need a list of medications that are safe to take in pregnancy?
I just got this list from my OB office. Thought some of you might benefit.Safe Medications to take while Pregnant Nausea and Vomiting Vitamin B6, 50mg every 8 hoursUnisom 1/2 tablet, every 6 hoursEmetrol as directed on packagePepsid 20mg every 12 hoursSea Bands used as directed on... Asked by Jessika Sliger 1 year ago.

I just got this list from my OB office. Thought some of you might benefit. Safe Medications to take while Pregnant Nausea and Vomiting Vitamin B6, 50mg every 8 hours Unisom 1/2 tablet, every 6 hours Emetrol as directed on package Pepsid 20mg every 12 hours Sea Bands used as directed on box Congestion Chlortrimeton Allergy Tavist -1 Sudafed (ONLY AFTER 12 WEEKS!) Do not use if you have high blood pressure! Saline nasal spray Cough plain Robitussin or Robitussin DM (ONLY AFTER 12 WEEKS!) Cough Drops Throat Sprays Aches Acetaminophen (Tylenol) or Extra Strength Tylenol Allergies Chlortrimeton Allergy Tavist -1 Benadryl Sudafed (ONLY AFTER 12 WEEKS!) Do not take if you have high blood pressure Constipation Metamucil or Citrucel Pericolace or Milk of Magnesia Diarrhea Kaopectate Heartburn Tums Mylanta Maalox Pepsid, 10mg Hemorrhoids Tucks or Witch Hazel Prearation H Nupercainal Anusol Answered by Delbert Madrueno 1 year ago.

Thank you thats so helpful i have such a sore throat and i cannot sleep and i was going to take something for it like two days ago and then i found out i was pregnant so this has been some help to me Answered by Coleman Huysman 1 year ago.

I never could find a good site but I know Tylenol and tums are safe and after the first trimester you can have sudafed. You should ask your doctor for a list. We were given a list of all the medications I could take during pregnancy at our first appointment. Answered by Tari Furubotten 1 year ago.

This may be a generalized list of OTC drugs which your OB-GYN considers safe, but when pregnant, since each individual is different, it would be better if they got this information from their own doctor that is familiar with any kind of health problems they may have. And yes, I had to take prenatal vitamins, plus I had to take some medication prescribed for me from my OB/GYN while I was pregnant. Answered by Wen Kolm 1 year ago.

Many prescription drugs are ok as well..... I know im on several................ My dr put me on vicodone, i dont take it unless i need it........ and im on several other meds......... many are ok as long as the dr watches the dose. Answered by Roberto Abrial 1 year ago.


What should I do for my dog's itchy eyes?
My dog's a White Shepherd and I'm pretty sure that they just itch. They are not red and do not have any discharge or anything, but he'll sometimes rub both sides of his head on things or use his paw to scratch at them. I don't notice any behavioral triggers, but he seems to do it more frequently... Asked by Jospeh Balda 1 year ago.

My dog's a White Shepherd and I'm pretty sure that they just itch. They are not red and do not have any discharge or anything, but he'll sometimes rub both sides of his head on things or use his paw to scratch at them. I don't notice any behavioral triggers, but he seems to do it more frequently after walks, but always in the house... I think he may have allergies because he sneezes a lot and sometimes his nose actually drips mucous. The vet said that I could give him some Benedryl, but I know that it makes me really tired so I don't really want to give it to him unless he seems really miserable. Is there anything that I could give him just for his eyes that isn't systemic? Drops or something? Answered by Carmelo Lezak 1 year ago.

You might ask your vet about this. My Vet recommended this for my golden retriever who is 90lbs who also has allergies. So, this is an antihistamine dosage for a 90lb dog..... Diphenhydramine (e.g. Benadryl) - 25 to 50 mg, up to 3 times a day. I use it once a day and that is enough to help my Pilot. OR, Clemastine (Tavist - 1) - 1 to 1 1/2 tablet, up to twice a day. OR, Chlorpheniramine (Chlor-Trimeton) - 4 to 8 mg, twice a day. Certainly the sleepyness can occur, and that is why I ONLY give him the first one above only once a day. But, that seems to be enough for him per day. The doctor said that is fine for my baby. Answered by Libbie Zerck 1 year ago.

Dogs Itchy Eyes Answered by Georgianne Deren 1 year ago.

Even if he is on a good quality food, it might not necessarily be a typical ingredient that he is allergic to.. The corn being a big one.. But there might be something else in there that he is allergic to. OR it might be the fabric softner you use on his blankets, or you bed sheets.. Could be many different things.. You should start by getting his system in ph.. 1tsp of Bragg's applecider vinegar ( healthfood store ) in every bowl of water he drinks. It can take a month or so to get him normal.. I would also mix the vinegar 50/50 with warm water and get a nice cloth and rinse him down, at least 2ce a week. You don't have to rince it off, it doesn't sting or bother them at all. What is it that you are feeding? Maybe it's too rich for him. Maybe he has an eyelash that bothers his eye?? Could be many different things.. Regardless, It is important for the system to be phd.. good qualtiy food, lots of fresh clean water, good exercise and a ph'd system and disease can't take hold, allergies don't bother near as much, if at all.. Also check treats for allergens.. Answered by Diane Hocutt 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: What should I do for my dog's itchy eyes? My dog's a White Shepherd and I'm pretty sure that they just itch. They are not red and do not have any discharge or anything, but he'll sometimes rub both sides of his head on things or use his paw to scratch at them. I don't notice any behavioral triggers, but he seems to do it... Answered by Ileen Freshley 1 year ago.

Well... when I'm itchy from allergies I wash my face and flush my eyes with saline. It couldn't hurt and it might remove enough of the allergins to make him more comfortable. Also, if you do decide to give him benedryl you can give him half an adult tablet or one child's tablet. That's usually enough to make me feel better without making me tired. Answered by Mabel Famiglietti 1 year ago.

u could try an eye rinse after walks and if the allergies are that bad and u dont want to do the benedryl u can also go to a specailist get him allergy tested and get him shots once a month my friend had to do this with her dog but it was more then just itchy eyes and sneezing his skin was horible and nothing else was working and now he is great and back to his old self Answered by Jodie Bergeson 1 year ago.

Does his eyelashes grow inwards at all? My dog had this it is called entropion and she always itched her eyes & it had to be corrected surgically. The vet may want to see your dog before prescribing eye drops, they usually want to check and see if there is any scratches on the eye first to give the appropriate medications. Answered by Irma Lefever 1 year ago.

I had the same problem with my dog. The vet had me get over the counter real tear eye drops (not the kind that gets the red out and not the allergy style). I use those to moisten her eyes and it works great. Answered by Ardelle Ostby 1 year ago.

Saline drops or artifical tears. Answered by Jeromy Tronzo 1 year ago.


Does this sound right?
I just called my dr to explain some symptoms i have been having with what i think to be a cold and they just told me i could take all sorts of cold medicine even nyquil. I dont feel comfortable taking any of this, doesnt nyquil have alcohol in it? I want to trust my dr and feel better but this doesnt seem right. ... Asked by Malissa Gucman 1 year ago.

I just called my dr to explain some symptoms i have been having with what i think to be a cold and they just told me i could take all sorts of cold medicine even nyquil. I dont feel comfortable taking any of this, doesnt nyquil have alcohol in it? I want to trust my dr and feel better but this doesnt seem right. HAs anyone taken cold meds such as nyquil, sudafed, etc during pregnancy? They said if it doesnt get better then i could come in but would the ob listen to my lungs just like a general dr would? Answered by Ruby Molin 1 year ago.

No that doesn't sound right! There are only a few med that you can take. Yes you could take them but you would run a risk of hurting you baby. Did you call your family doctor or your obgyn(pregnancy doctor)? Just because it was a doctor that told you that, doesn't make it right. I just got my medication list from my pregnancy doctor! Sore throat- sucrets, cepastat, cepacol, salt water gargle cold, cough & sinus- actifed, sudafed, robitussin/robitussin-DM, tylenol cold and sinus, chlor-trimeton, tavist-1, benadryl, comtrex, medi-flu, dimatapp (and extentabs), sinutab Herbs: red raspberry tea and echinacea So there is the list. hope I helped good luck and hope you are feeling better soon because being pregnant is hard enough to add sick on top of it. Answered by Kyoko Welson 1 year ago.

You know, I never trusted anything but a little tylenol. Even though the Docs say its ok. Thats just me. I always treated my cold the way I thought I would treat it for my baby...Cool mist humidifier, Vapor rub, Chicken Soup (not that you'd give that to a baby necessarily). I'd just wait it out. Nyquil is basically a shot of alcohol and some flavoring. If you have a fever, take some tylenol. Don't take anything with the suffix "fed" in it while you are pregnant. NO Aspirin, that fizzy stuff either. NO pepto Find out if you can take echinacea while pregnant. Its cheaper, and will shorten the duration of your cold, and help you from getting another. Answered by Ricky Dalpiaz 1 year ago.

You should find a doctor that is more sympathetic to your concerns. I didn't feel comfortable taking any drugs while I was pregnant or now that I'm nursing. However, I would give in to an occasional tylenol because of the devastatingly horrible headaches I would get. Most medicines, including nyquil, vicks, etc.. advise (on the label) against taking while pregnant. Until you find another doctor, do what grandma says: Drink lots of fluids - not just water because you'll need the extra electrolytes for you and baby to stay hydrated, especially since you're sick. Consider Propel, Gatorade, Orange Juice, Apple Juice, Grape Juice, and water too. Eat lots of fruit - apples, grapes and oranges and chicken noodle soup/broth. Take your prenatal vitamins. Talk to your doctor about natural remedies and herbs that you might feel comfortable taking. I didn't take any but, someone mentioned that I should have considered echinacea - I'm going to ask my doctor about it on my next visit. Answered by Judi Meeder 1 year ago.

You can take Sudafed, but you aren't supposed to take Nyquil because it has alcohol in it. Call him and tell him that you don't think you were supposed to take it. My doctor did the exact same thing. She gave me an antibiotic for a Kidney Infection and I was allergic to it. She has been my doctor since I was a tiny kid and she KNOWS i am allergic to Pennicillian. Just explain that your pregnant and you don't feel right taking medicine with Alcohol in it. Answered by Jolynn Darnstaedt 1 year ago.

You're right, its not safe to take any of those things. I'm 9 months pregnany with my second now and sick as a dog! But other than Tylenol, there's not much that I can take for it, due to the fact that the ingredients in those meds can harm the baby!!! All those meds u listed are definatly NOT good! Good on you for making sure. :) Answered by Timmy Odgen 1 year ago.

my doctor told me i could take anything that didnt have alcohol in it. so no, i wouldnt take nyquil. i went to the store and taked to a pharmacist about the things i was picking up for a cold. they steered me away from certain things and helped pick the best thing to take. maybe you could do that. Answered by Hwa Basua 1 year ago.

just leave your cold alone...take benalyn DM and drink lots of fluids..(orange juice), get lots of rest and youll feel better soon. i personally wouldnt take nyquil...it has a sleep aid in it and its not good for preg women. sudafed no. Answered by Minta Brindamour 1 year ago.

I had cold and didn't take ANYTHING, I just let it run its course. I don't believe in any medication, no matter what the doc says, u cannot know what it might do. Answered by Willette Magnusson 1 year ago.

My OB said sudafed or tylenol only. Answered by Clyde Amen 1 year ago.

No...it doesn't sound right. You shouldn't be taking anything when you are pregnant in teh way of cold medicine. Answered by Tasha Skalka 1 year ago.


Something worried rashes and spreading?
I have a rashes and when you pop it and scratch it. I see it the scars is color black im worried because its spreading without sratching my skin I have it last two months but, I have 2 only but a few months ago I shocked when I see it spreading on my body especially in my arms. Help me what is it and what I need to... Asked by Lara Beutler 1 year ago.

I have a rashes and when you pop it and scratch it. I see it the scars is color black im worried because its spreading without sratching my skin I have it last two months but, I have 2 only but a few months ago I shocked when I see it spreading on my body especially in my arms. Help me what is it and what I need to do to remove it help me im so worried pleaseeee!!! :( Answered by Leida Casareno 1 year ago.

Without seeing the rash, it is hard to determine what is causing it as it could be allergy, eczema, contact dermatitis, or some other problem. For one thing, you need to stop popping them and scratching. Sometimes over-the-counter hydrocortisone cream will help and others need anti-inflammatory cream. Some respond with antihistamines too for the itching, but some cause drowsiness and others cause hyperactivity. Do not get one with a decongestant; you could try Tavist 1. You could try changing your soap to an unscented sensitive one like Dove and change your detergent to sensitive also. Don't wear wool, wool blends or flannel close to your skin. Try to notice if any foods you eat cause you to rash more and avoid those foods. A doctor or call a pharmacy mini clinic to see how much they charge and if they can treat, or a dermatologist can determine the cause. Answered by Tama Mokler 1 year ago.


Why people act like they mad at me?
I have Cerebral palsy and it makes me very Sensitive Smell when im out and somebody is smoking I smell it and puke my guts up it getting so bad I have been getting out to shop at 2am so I wont run into smoke ............... but sometime people act like they are mad even my family sometimes ...I been like this all... Asked by Tori Bhan 1 year ago.

I have Cerebral palsy and it makes me very Sensitive Smell when im out and somebody is smoking I smell it and puke my guts up it getting so bad I have been getting out to shop at 2am so I wont run into smoke ............... but sometime people act like they are mad even my family sometimes ...I been like this all my life 29years Answered by Jody Ziegler 1 year ago.

Some people just get a little squeamish when someone is puking around them. Try taking you a bottle of water with you and take little sips when you feel the urge. Also take something with you like paper towels in a store plastic bags that you can puke in and extra towels to wipe your mouth. Ask your doctor at your next visit if an antihistamine would help settle your stomach or if there is something you can take before going out or when you feel the urge to puke. Keep in mind that some antihistamines cause drowsiness and others cause hyperactivity. Do not take one with a decongestant. Tavist 1 may be one to try. Another alternative is to take a portable oxygen tank with you whereby you would be breathing fresh air when you go out, but you would have to ask your doctor about this and other suggestions. Good luck. Answered by Jeni Heird 1 year ago.


Does anyone need a list of medications that are safe to take in pregnancy?
I just got this list from my OB office. Thought some of you might benefit.Safe Medications to take while Pregnant Nausea and Vomiting Vitamin B6, 50mg every 8 hoursUnisom 1/2 tablet, every 6 hoursEmetrol as directed on packagePepsid 20mg every 12 hoursSea Bands used as directed on... Asked by Salina Jutras 1 year ago.

I just got this list from my OB office. Thought some of you might benefit. Safe Medications to take while Pregnant Nausea and Vomiting Vitamin B6, 50mg every 8 hours Unisom 1/2 tablet, every 6 hours Emetrol as directed on package Pepsid 20mg every 12 hours Sea Bands used as directed on box Congestion Chlortrimeton Allergy Tavist -1 Sudafed (ONLY AFTER 12 WEEKS!) Do not use if you have high blood pressure! Saline nasal spray Cough plain Robitussin or Robitussin DM (ONLY AFTER 12 WEEKS!) Cough Drops Throat Sprays Aches Acetaminophen (Tylenol) or Extra Strength Tylenol Allergies Chlortrimeton Allergy Tavist -1 Benadryl Sudafed (ONLY AFTER 12 WEEKS!) Do not take if you have high blood pressure Constipation Metamucil or Citrucel Pericolace or Milk of Magnesia Diarrhea Kaopectate Heartburn Tums Mylanta Maalox Pepsid, 10mg Hemorrhoids Tucks or Witch Hazel Prearation H Nupercainal Anusol Answered by Yoshiko Muth 1 year ago.

Thank you thats so helpful i have such a sore throat and i cannot sleep and i was going to take something for it like two days ago and then i found out i was pregnant so this has been some help to me Answered by Angie Luchini 1 year ago.

I never could find a good site but I know Tylenol and tums are safe and after the first trimester you can have sudafed. You should ask your doctor for a list. We were given a list of all the medications I could take during pregnancy at our first appointment. Answered by Rasheeda Kiehn 1 year ago.

This may be a generalized list of OTC drugs which your OB-GYN considers safe, but when pregnant, since each individual is different, it would be better if they got this information from their own doctor that is familiar with any kind of health problems they may have. And yes, I had to take prenatal vitamins, plus I had to take some medication prescribed for me from my OB/GYN while I was pregnant. Answered by Taisha Garcelon 1 year ago.

Many prescription drugs are ok as well..... I know im on several................ My dr put me on vicodone, i dont take it unless i need it........ and im on several other meds......... many are ok as long as the dr watches the dose. Answered by Gretta Dusza 1 year ago.


What should I do for my dog's itchy eyes?
My dog's a White Shepherd and I'm pretty sure that they just itch. They are not red and do not have any discharge or anything, but he'll sometimes rub both sides of his head on things or use his paw to scratch at them. I don't notice any behavioral triggers, but he seems to do it more frequently... Asked by Saul Pohler 1 year ago.

My dog's a White Shepherd and I'm pretty sure that they just itch. They are not red and do not have any discharge or anything, but he'll sometimes rub both sides of his head on things or use his paw to scratch at them. I don't notice any behavioral triggers, but he seems to do it more frequently after walks, but always in the house... I think he may have allergies because he sneezes a lot and sometimes his nose actually drips mucous. The vet said that I could give him some Benedryl, but I know that it makes me really tired so I don't really want to give it to him unless he seems really miserable. Is there anything that I could give him just for his eyes that isn't systemic? Drops or something? Answered by Patricia Weidenheimer 1 year ago.

You might ask your vet about this. My Vet recommended this for my golden retriever who is 90lbs who also has allergies. So, this is an antihistamine dosage for a 90lb dog..... Diphenhydramine (e.g. Benadryl) - 25 to 50 mg, up to 3 times a day. I use it once a day and that is enough to help my Pilot. OR, Clemastine (Tavist - 1) - 1 to 1 1/2 tablet, up to twice a day. OR, Chlorpheniramine (Chlor-Trimeton) - 4 to 8 mg, twice a day. Certainly the sleepyness can occur, and that is why I ONLY give him the first one above only once a day. But, that seems to be enough for him per day. The doctor said that is fine for my baby. Answered by Dwain Nowland 1 year ago.

Dogs Itchy Eyes Answered by Dia Newingham 1 year ago.

Even if he is on a good quality food, it might not necessarily be a typical ingredient that he is allergic to.. The corn being a big one.. But there might be something else in there that he is allergic to. OR it might be the fabric softner you use on his blankets, or you bed sheets.. Could be many different things.. You should start by getting his system in ph.. 1tsp of Bragg's applecider vinegar ( healthfood store ) in every bowl of water he drinks. It can take a month or so to get him normal.. I would also mix the vinegar 50/50 with warm water and get a nice cloth and rinse him down, at least 2ce a week. You don't have to rince it off, it doesn't sting or bother them at all. What is it that you are feeding? Maybe it's too rich for him. Maybe he has an eyelash that bothers his eye?? Could be many different things.. Regardless, It is important for the system to be phd.. good qualtiy food, lots of fresh clean water, good exercise and a ph'd system and disease can't take hold, allergies don't bother near as much, if at all.. Also check treats for allergens.. Answered by Ismael Pelyo 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: What should I do for my dog's itchy eyes? My dog's a White Shepherd and I'm pretty sure that they just itch. They are not red and do not have any discharge or anything, but he'll sometimes rub both sides of his head on things or use his paw to scratch at them. I don't notice any behavioral triggers, but he seems to do it... Answered by Bobbye Kerbow 1 year ago.

Well... when I'm itchy from allergies I wash my face and flush my eyes with saline. It couldn't hurt and it might remove enough of the allergins to make him more comfortable. Also, if you do decide to give him benedryl you can give him half an adult tablet or one child's tablet. That's usually enough to make me feel better without making me tired. Answered by Gustavo Grear 1 year ago.

u could try an eye rinse after walks and if the allergies are that bad and u dont want to do the benedryl u can also go to a specailist get him allergy tested and get him shots once a month my friend had to do this with her dog but it was more then just itchy eyes and sneezing his skin was horible and nothing else was working and now he is great and back to his old self Answered by Luciano Prada 1 year ago.

Does his eyelashes grow inwards at all? My dog had this it is called entropion and she always itched her eyes & it had to be corrected surgically. The vet may want to see your dog before prescribing eye drops, they usually want to check and see if there is any scratches on the eye first to give the appropriate medications. Answered by Jeannie Lockette 1 year ago.

I had the same problem with my dog. The vet had me get over the counter real tear eye drops (not the kind that gets the red out and not the allergy style). I use those to moisten her eyes and it works great. Answered by Marni Stamenov 1 year ago.

Saline drops or artifical tears. Answered by Bo Wehrli 1 year ago.


Does this sound right?
I just called my dr to explain some symptoms i have been having with what i think to be a cold and they just told me i could take all sorts of cold medicine even nyquil. I dont feel comfortable taking any of this, doesnt nyquil have alcohol in it? I want to trust my dr and feel better but this doesnt seem right. ... Asked by Piedad Sorola 1 year ago.

I just called my dr to explain some symptoms i have been having with what i think to be a cold and they just told me i could take all sorts of cold medicine even nyquil. I dont feel comfortable taking any of this, doesnt nyquil have alcohol in it? I want to trust my dr and feel better but this doesnt seem right. HAs anyone taken cold meds such as nyquil, sudafed, etc during pregnancy? They said if it doesnt get better then i could come in but would the ob listen to my lungs just like a general dr would? Answered by Tambra Whilden 1 year ago.

No that doesn't sound right! There are only a few med that you can take. Yes you could take them but you would run a risk of hurting you baby. Did you call your family doctor or your obgyn(pregnancy doctor)? Just because it was a doctor that told you that, doesn't make it right. I just got my medication list from my pregnancy doctor! Sore throat- sucrets, cepastat, cepacol, salt water gargle cold, cough & sinus- actifed, sudafed, robitussin/robitussin-DM, tylenol cold and sinus, chlor-trimeton, tavist-1, benadryl, comtrex, medi-flu, dimatapp (and extentabs), sinutab Herbs: red raspberry tea and echinacea So there is the list. hope I helped good luck and hope you are feeling better soon because being pregnant is hard enough to add sick on top of it. Answered by Elba Daschofsky 1 year ago.

You know, I never trusted anything but a little tylenol. Even though the Docs say its ok. Thats just me. I always treated my cold the way I thought I would treat it for my baby...Cool mist humidifier, Vapor rub, Chicken Soup (not that you'd give that to a baby necessarily). I'd just wait it out. Nyquil is basically a shot of alcohol and some flavoring. If you have a fever, take some tylenol. Don't take anything with the suffix "fed" in it while you are pregnant. NO Aspirin, that fizzy stuff either. NO pepto Find out if you can take echinacea while pregnant. Its cheaper, and will shorten the duration of your cold, and help you from getting another. Answered by Elijah Millick 1 year ago.

You should find a doctor that is more sympathetic to your concerns. I didn't feel comfortable taking any drugs while I was pregnant or now that I'm nursing. However, I would give in to an occasional tylenol because of the devastatingly horrible headaches I would get. Most medicines, including nyquil, vicks, etc.. advise (on the label) against taking while pregnant. Until you find another doctor, do what grandma says: Drink lots of fluids - not just water because you'll need the extra electrolytes for you and baby to stay hydrated, especially since you're sick. Consider Propel, Gatorade, Orange Juice, Apple Juice, Grape Juice, and water too. Eat lots of fruit - apples, grapes and oranges and chicken noodle soup/broth. Take your prenatal vitamins. Talk to your doctor about natural remedies and herbs that you might feel comfortable taking. I didn't take any but, someone mentioned that I should have considered echinacea - I'm going to ask my doctor about it on my next visit. Answered by Samatha Poladian 1 year ago.

You can take Sudafed, but you aren't supposed to take Nyquil because it has alcohol in it. Call him and tell him that you don't think you were supposed to take it. My doctor did the exact same thing. She gave me an antibiotic for a Kidney Infection and I was allergic to it. She has been my doctor since I was a tiny kid and she KNOWS i am allergic to Pennicillian. Just explain that your pregnant and you don't feel right taking medicine with Alcohol in it. Answered by Sandy Berrigan 1 year ago.

You're right, its not safe to take any of those things. I'm 9 months pregnany with my second now and sick as a dog! But other than Tylenol, there's not much that I can take for it, due to the fact that the ingredients in those meds can harm the baby!!! All those meds u listed are definatly NOT good! Good on you for making sure. :) Answered by Cecilia Pacitto 1 year ago.

my doctor told me i could take anything that didnt have alcohol in it. so no, i wouldnt take nyquil. i went to the store and taked to a pharmacist about the things i was picking up for a cold. they steered me away from certain things and helped pick the best thing to take. maybe you could do that. Answered by Nelly Boylston 1 year ago.

just leave your cold alone...take benalyn DM and drink lots of fluids..(orange juice), get lots of rest and youll feel better soon. i personally wouldnt take nyquil...it has a sleep aid in it and its not good for preg women. sudafed no. Answered by Nila Rigoni 1 year ago.

I had cold and didn't take ANYTHING, I just let it run its course. I don't believe in any medication, no matter what the doc says, u cannot know what it might do. Answered by Kimbra Sperier 1 year ago.

My OB said sudafed or tylenol only. Answered by Jack Parbo 1 year ago.

No...it doesn't sound right. You shouldn't be taking anything when you are pregnant in teh way of cold medicine. Answered by Drew Mathews 1 year ago.


Something worried rashes and spreading?
I have a rashes and when you pop it and scratch it. I see it the scars is color black im worried because its spreading without sratching my skin I have it last two months but, I have 2 only but a few months ago I shocked when I see it spreading on my body especially in my arms. Help me what is it and what I need to... Asked by Addie Rubenacker 1 year ago.

I have a rashes and when you pop it and scratch it. I see it the scars is color black im worried because its spreading without sratching my skin I have it last two months but, I have 2 only but a few months ago I shocked when I see it spreading on my body especially in my arms. Help me what is it and what I need to do to remove it help me im so worried pleaseeee!!! :( Answered by Tammie Buck 1 year ago.

Without seeing the rash, it is hard to determine what is causing it as it could be allergy, eczema, contact dermatitis, or some other problem. For one thing, you need to stop popping them and scratching. Sometimes over-the-counter hydrocortisone cream will help and others need anti-inflammatory cream. Some respond with antihistamines too for the itching, but some cause drowsiness and others cause hyperactivity. Do not get one with a decongestant; you could try Tavist 1. You could try changing your soap to an unscented sensitive one like Dove and change your detergent to sensitive also. Don't wear wool, wool blends or flannel close to your skin. Try to notice if any foods you eat cause you to rash more and avoid those foods. A doctor or call a pharmacy mini clinic to see how much they charge and if they can treat, or a dermatologist can determine the cause. Answered by Nobuko Vig 1 year ago.


Why people act like they mad at me?
I have Cerebral palsy and it makes me very Sensitive Smell when im out and somebody is smoking I smell it and puke my guts up it getting so bad I have been getting out to shop at 2am so I wont run into smoke ............... but sometime people act like they are mad even my family sometimes ...I been like this all... Asked by Shanice Gorell 1 year ago.

I have Cerebral palsy and it makes me very Sensitive Smell when im out and somebody is smoking I smell it and puke my guts up it getting so bad I have been getting out to shop at 2am so I wont run into smoke ............... but sometime people act like they are mad even my family sometimes ...I been like this all my life 29years Answered by Margeret Traugott 1 year ago.

Some people just get a little squeamish when someone is puking around them. Try taking you a bottle of water with you and take little sips when you feel the urge. Also take something with you like paper towels in a store plastic bags that you can puke in and extra towels to wipe your mouth. Ask your doctor at your next visit if an antihistamine would help settle your stomach or if there is something you can take before going out or when you feel the urge to puke. Keep in mind that some antihistamines cause drowsiness and others cause hyperactivity. Do not take one with a decongestant. Tavist 1 may be one to try. Another alternative is to take a portable oxygen tank with you whereby you would be breathing fresh air when you go out, but you would have to ask your doctor about this and other suggestions. Good luck. Answered by Waneta Morlan 1 year ago.


Does anyone need a list of medications that are safe to take in pregnancy?
I just got this list from my OB office. Thought some of you might benefit.Safe Medications to take while Pregnant Nausea and Vomiting Vitamin B6, 50mg every 8 hoursUnisom 1/2 tablet, every 6 hoursEmetrol as directed on packagePepsid 20mg every 12 hoursSea Bands used as directed on... Asked by Willodean Lillywhite 1 year ago.

I just got this list from my OB office. Thought some of you might benefit. Safe Medications to take while Pregnant Nausea and Vomiting Vitamin B6, 50mg every 8 hours Unisom 1/2 tablet, every 6 hours Emetrol as directed on package Pepsid 20mg every 12 hours Sea Bands used as directed on box Congestion Chlortrimeton Allergy Tavist -1 Sudafed (ONLY AFTER 12 WEEKS!) Do not use if you have high blood pressure! Saline nasal spray Cough plain Robitussin or Robitussin DM (ONLY AFTER 12 WEEKS!) Cough Drops Throat Sprays Aches Acetaminophen (Tylenol) or Extra Strength Tylenol Allergies Chlortrimeton Allergy Tavist -1 Benadryl Sudafed (ONLY AFTER 12 WEEKS!) Do not take if you have high blood pressure Constipation Metamucil or Citrucel Pericolace or Milk of Magnesia Diarrhea Kaopectate Heartburn Tums Mylanta Maalox Pepsid, 10mg Hemorrhoids Tucks or Witch Hazel Prearation H Nupercainal Anusol Answered by Faustina Hosse 1 year ago.

Thank you thats so helpful i have such a sore throat and i cannot sleep and i was going to take something for it like two days ago and then i found out i was pregnant so this has been some help to me Answered by Roselee Vandezande 1 year ago.

I never could find a good site but I know Tylenol and tums are safe and after the first trimester you can have sudafed. You should ask your doctor for a list. We were given a list of all the medications I could take during pregnancy at our first appointment. Answered by Zulema Mellas 1 year ago.

This may be a generalized list of OTC drugs which your OB-GYN considers safe, but when pregnant, since each individual is different, it would be better if they got this information from their own doctor that is familiar with any kind of health problems they may have. And yes, I had to take prenatal vitamins, plus I had to take some medication prescribed for me from my OB/GYN while I was pregnant. Answered by Thresa Haaga 1 year ago.

Many prescription drugs are ok as well..... I know im on several................ My dr put me on vicodone, i dont take it unless i need it........ and im on several other meds......... many are ok as long as the dr watches the dose. Answered by Taylor Songco 1 year ago.


What should I do for my dog's itchy eyes?
My dog's a White Shepherd and I'm pretty sure that they just itch. They are not red and do not have any discharge or anything, but he'll sometimes rub both sides of his head on things or use his paw to scratch at them. I don't notice any behavioral triggers, but he seems to do it more frequently... Asked by Mallie Humble 1 year ago.

My dog's a White Shepherd and I'm pretty sure that they just itch. They are not red and do not have any discharge or anything, but he'll sometimes rub both sides of his head on things or use his paw to scratch at them. I don't notice any behavioral triggers, but he seems to do it more frequently after walks, but always in the house... I think he may have allergies because he sneezes a lot and sometimes his nose actually drips mucous. The vet said that I could give him some Benedryl, but I know that it makes me really tired so I don't really want to give it to him unless he seems really miserable. Is there anything that I could give him just for his eyes that isn't systemic? Drops or something? Answered by Loria Engeman 1 year ago.

You might ask your vet about this. My Vet recommended this for my golden retriever who is 90lbs who also has allergies. So, this is an antihistamine dosage for a 90lb dog..... Diphenhydramine (e.g. Benadryl) - 25 to 50 mg, up to 3 times a day. I use it once a day and that is enough to help my Pilot. OR, Clemastine (Tavist - 1) - 1 to 1 1/2 tablet, up to twice a day. OR, Chlorpheniramine (Chlor-Trimeton) - 4 to 8 mg, twice a day. Certainly the sleepyness can occur, and that is why I ONLY give him the first one above only once a day. But, that seems to be enough for him per day. The doctor said that is fine for my baby. Answered by Hae Camelin 1 year ago.

Dogs Itchy Eyes Answered by Essie Kattan 1 year ago.

Even if he is on a good quality food, it might not necessarily be a typical ingredient that he is allergic to.. The corn being a big one.. But there might be something else in there that he is allergic to. OR it might be the fabric softner you use on his blankets, or you bed sheets.. Could be many different things.. You should start by getting his system in ph.. 1tsp of Bragg's applecider vinegar ( healthfood store ) in every bowl of water he drinks. It can take a month or so to get him normal.. I would also mix the vinegar 50/50 with warm water and get a nice cloth and rinse him down, at least 2ce a week. You don't have to rince it off, it doesn't sting or bother them at all. What is it that you are feeding? Maybe it's too rich for him. Maybe he has an eyelash that bothers his eye?? Could be many different things.. Regardless, It is important for the system to be phd.. good qualtiy food, lots of fresh clean water, good exercise and a ph'd system and disease can't take hold, allergies don't bother near as much, if at all.. Also check treats for allergens.. Answered by Lucile Eberth 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: What should I do for my dog's itchy eyes? My dog's a White Shepherd and I'm pretty sure that they just itch. They are not red and do not have any discharge or anything, but he'll sometimes rub both sides of his head on things or use his paw to scratch at them. I don't notice any behavioral triggers, but he seems to do it... Answered by Tanisha Ebbert 1 year ago.

Well... when I'm itchy from allergies I wash my face and flush my eyes with saline. It couldn't hurt and it might remove enough of the allergins to make him more comfortable. Also, if you do decide to give him benedryl you can give him half an adult tablet or one child's tablet. That's usually enough to make me feel better without making me tired. Answered by Anastacia Cologie 1 year ago.

u could try an eye rinse after walks and if the allergies are that bad and u dont want to do the benedryl u can also go to a specailist get him allergy tested and get him shots once a month my friend had to do this with her dog but it was more then just itchy eyes and sneezing his skin was horible and nothing else was working and now he is great and back to his old self Answered by Sena Birchfield 1 year ago.

Does his eyelashes grow inwards at all? My dog had this it is called entropion and she always itched her eyes & it had to be corrected surgically. The vet may want to see your dog before prescribing eye drops, they usually want to check and see if there is any scratches on the eye first to give the appropriate medications. Answered by Denita Beckett 1 year ago.

I had the same problem with my dog. The vet had me get over the counter real tear eye drops (not the kind that gets the red out and not the allergy style). I use those to moisten her eyes and it works great. Answered by Marc Himmelspach 1 year ago.

Saline drops or artifical tears. Answered by Virginia Sincell 1 year ago.


Does this sound right?
I just called my dr to explain some symptoms i have been having with what i think to be a cold and they just told me i could take all sorts of cold medicine even nyquil. I dont feel comfortable taking any of this, doesnt nyquil have alcohol in it? I want to trust my dr and feel better but this doesnt seem right. ... Asked by Lakeesha Midgett 1 year ago.

I just called my dr to explain some symptoms i have been having with what i think to be a cold and they just told me i could take all sorts of cold medicine even nyquil. I dont feel comfortable taking any of this, doesnt nyquil have alcohol in it? I want to trust my dr and feel better but this doesnt seem right. HAs anyone taken cold meds such as nyquil, sudafed, etc during pregnancy? They said if it doesnt get better then i could come in but would the ob listen to my lungs just like a general dr would? Answered by Marcella Satterley 1 year ago.

No that doesn't sound right! There are only a few med that you can take. Yes you could take them but you would run a risk of hurting you baby. Did you call your family doctor or your obgyn(pregnancy doctor)? Just because it was a doctor that told you that, doesn't make it right. I just got my medication list from my pregnancy doctor! Sore throat- sucrets, cepastat, cepacol, salt water gargle cold, cough & sinus- actifed, sudafed, robitussin/robitussin-DM, tylenol cold and sinus, chlor-trimeton, tavist-1, benadryl, comtrex, medi-flu, dimatapp (and extentabs), sinutab Herbs: red raspberry tea and echinacea So there is the list. hope I helped good luck and hope you are feeling better soon because being pregnant is hard enough to add sick on top of it. Answered by Barabara Blohm 1 year ago.

You know, I never trusted anything but a little tylenol. Even though the Docs say its ok. Thats just me. I always treated my cold the way I thought I would treat it for my baby...Cool mist humidifier, Vapor rub, Chicken Soup (not that you'd give that to a baby necessarily). I'd just wait it out. Nyquil is basically a shot of alcohol and some flavoring. If you have a fever, take some tylenol. Don't take anything with the suffix "fed" in it while you are pregnant. NO Aspirin, that fizzy stuff either. NO pepto Find out if you can take echinacea while pregnant. Its cheaper, and will shorten the duration of your cold, and help you from getting another. Answered by Trinidad Pelland 1 year ago.

You should find a doctor that is more sympathetic to your concerns. I didn't feel comfortable taking any drugs while I was pregnant or now that I'm nursing. However, I would give in to an occasional tylenol because of the devastatingly horrible headaches I would get. Most medicines, including nyquil, vicks, etc.. advise (on the label) against taking while pregnant. Until you find another doctor, do what grandma says: Drink lots of fluids - not just water because you'll need the extra electrolytes for you and baby to stay hydrated, especially since you're sick. Consider Propel, Gatorade, Orange Juice, Apple Juice, Grape Juice, and water too. Eat lots of fruit - apples, grapes and oranges and chicken noodle soup/broth. Take your prenatal vitamins. Talk to your doctor about natural remedies and herbs that you might feel comfortable taking. I didn't take any but, someone mentioned that I should have considered echinacea - I'm going to ask my doctor about it on my next visit. Answered by Normand Mcguinn 1 year ago.

You can take Sudafed, but you aren't supposed to take Nyquil because it has alcohol in it. Call him and tell him that you don't think you were supposed to take it. My doctor did the exact same thing. She gave me an antibiotic for a Kidney Infection and I was allergic to it. She has been my doctor since I was a tiny kid and she KNOWS i am allergic to Pennicillian. Just explain that your pregnant and you don't feel right taking medicine with Alcohol in it. Answered by Bronwyn Mosey 1 year ago.

You're right, its not safe to take any of those things. I'm 9 months pregnany with my second now and sick as a dog! But other than Tylenol, there's not much that I can take for it, due to the fact that the ingredients in those meds can harm the baby!!! All those meds u listed are definatly NOT good! Good on you for making sure. :) Answered by Sherill Kerbs 1 year ago.

my doctor told me i could take anything that didnt have alcohol in it. so no, i wouldnt take nyquil. i went to the store and taked to a pharmacist about the things i was picking up for a cold. they steered me away from certain things and helped pick the best thing to take. maybe you could do that. Answered by Jessica Perko 1 year ago.

just leave your cold alone...take benalyn DM and drink lots of fluids..(orange juice), get lots of rest and youll feel better soon. i personally wouldnt take nyquil...it has a sleep aid in it and its not good for preg women. sudafed no. Answered by Leanne Gallamore 1 year ago.

I had cold and didn't take ANYTHING, I just let it run its course. I don't believe in any medication, no matter what the doc says, u cannot know what it might do. Answered by Linette Faulcon 1 year ago.

My OB said sudafed or tylenol only. Answered by Merna Tischer 1 year ago.

No...it doesn't sound right. You shouldn't be taking anything when you are pregnant in teh way of cold medicine. Answered by Amie Lindy 1 year ago.


Something worried rashes and spreading?
I have a rashes and when you pop it and scratch it. I see it the scars is color black im worried because its spreading without sratching my skin I have it last two months but, I have 2 only but a few months ago I shocked when I see it spreading on my body especially in my arms. Help me what is it and what I need to... Asked by Camie Hearn 1 year ago.

I have a rashes and when you pop it and scratch it. I see it the scars is color black im worried because its spreading without sratching my skin I have it last two months but, I have 2 only but a few months ago I shocked when I see it spreading on my body especially in my arms. Help me what is it and what I need to do to remove it help me im so worried pleaseeee!!! :( Answered by Julie Lukasik 1 year ago.

Without seeing the rash, it is hard to determine what is causing it as it could be allergy, eczema, contact dermatitis, or some other problem. For one thing, you need to stop popping them and scratching. Sometimes over-the-counter hydrocortisone cream will help and others need anti-inflammatory cream. Some respond with antihistamines too for the itching, but some cause drowsiness and others cause hyperactivity. Do not get one with a decongestant; you could try Tavist 1. You could try changing your soap to an unscented sensitive one like Dove and change your detergent to sensitive also. Don't wear wool, wool blends or flannel close to your skin. Try to notice if any foods you eat cause you to rash more and avoid those foods. A doctor or call a pharmacy mini clinic to see how much they charge and if they can treat, or a dermatologist can determine the cause. Answered by Mellissa Esque 1 year ago.


Why people act like they mad at me?
I have Cerebral palsy and it makes me very Sensitive Smell when im out and somebody is smoking I smell it and puke my guts up it getting so bad I have been getting out to shop at 2am so I wont run into smoke ............... but sometime people act like they are mad even my family sometimes ...I been like this all... Asked by Dallas Dorat 1 year ago.

I have Cerebral palsy and it makes me very Sensitive Smell when im out and somebody is smoking I smell it and puke my guts up it getting so bad I have been getting out to shop at 2am so I wont run into smoke ............... but sometime people act like they are mad even my family sometimes ...I been like this all my life 29years Answered by Paige Doswell 1 year ago.

Some people just get a little squeamish when someone is puking around them. Try taking you a bottle of water with you and take little sips when you feel the urge. Also take something with you like paper towels in a store plastic bags that you can puke in and extra towels to wipe your mouth. Ask your doctor at your next visit if an antihistamine would help settle your stomach or if there is something you can take before going out or when you feel the urge to puke. Keep in mind that some antihistamines cause drowsiness and others cause hyperactivity. Do not take one with a decongestant. Tavist 1 may be one to try. Another alternative is to take a portable oxygen tank with you whereby you would be breathing fresh air when you go out, but you would have to ask your doctor about this and other suggestions. Good luck. Answered by Jerry Pekara 1 year ago.


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