Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 019835/005.

Names and composition

"ZYRTEC HIVES RELIEF" is the commercial name of a drug composed of CETIRIZINE HYDROCHLORIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019835/005 ZYRTEC HIVES RELIEF CETIRIZINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 5MG
019835/006 ZYRTEC HIVES RELIEF CETIRIZINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG

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019835/004 ZYRTEC ALLERGY CETIRIZINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
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020346/001 ZYRTEC CETIRIZINE HYDROCHLORIDE SYRUP/ORAL 5MG per 5ML **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
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021621/005 CHILDREN'S ZYRTEC HIVES RELIEF CETIRIZINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET, CHEWABLE/ORAL 5MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
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Answered questions

Children's Zyrtec Hives Relief same as Children's Zyrtec for allergies?
I usually take Children's Zyrtec for allergies daily but now at my house I only have a Children's Zyrtec for Hives Relief. Are these the same? I'm guessing they're not. And no, I don't have hives. Asked by Ileana Starner 1 year ago.

Hives are another symptom of allergies. A lot of people will take Benedryl or something like that for both the itchy eyes, stuffy nose allergies and for hives. It may not be quite as effective, but it won't hurt you and it should still help. Answered by Cristy Orlinski 1 year ago.

they probably are, maybe slightly different strengths? Is the active ingredient, "Certizine" i may have spelled that incorrectly, thats the active ingredient in regular Zyrtec. Probably the same idea as tylenol simply sleep, or unisom being the same exact thing as benedryl. Its all about the advertising Answered by Christopher Dileo 1 year ago.

Same thing. It's all in the marketing. Both have 5mg cetirizine per dose, Answered by Ronald Williston 1 year ago.


How do you get relief from hives?
My boyfriend has hives all over his body. I think it is from the dog that showed up on out door step a few days ago but I am unable to figure out what to do so that he can sleep at night other than getting rid of the dog all together. I would appreciate any help. Asked by Adele Oulette 1 year ago.

I have chronic hives so I have to deal with this a lot. Benadryl is supposed to stop the itching (scratching hives only makes them worse) and it's what I use but I don't like it because it makes me really drowsy. If your boyfriend's hives are really bad/everywhere, you can try Claritin (I had to use it when I developed a bee allergy- more hives. Agh!). It's over the counter now and clears up hives. I've also used Zyrtec before but that prescription. My breakouts now are usually mild enough that I can tolerate it without medecine. You can also buy an anti-itch cream to put on the hives to stop the itching. Answered by Lashunda Bujnowski 1 year ago.

I had a problem with hives that seemed to come from nowhere. Turned out I'm allergic to aspirin. Probably not his problem.The Doctor had me take Claritin. Worked great. Hives are caused by an allergy, could be anything. Buy Claritin at any drug store and Walmart. Answered by Yahaira Klish 1 year ago.

Benadryl will most likely help although it can make you drowsy you could also try to take an oatmeal bath...you can get both of these at a pharmacy and will help the bath is to sooth the irritation from the hives and the benadryl is to help with the reaction and the hives...they both are safe. Answered by Eunice Derobertis 1 year ago.

Benadryl makes a capsule specifically for hives Answered by Charlsie Ordonez 1 year ago.

Soak in a cool oatmeal bath - or get him aveeno bath. He can also take an over the counter antihistemine like Benedryl. Expect the hives to stick around awhile. Answered by Jamee Latham 1 year ago.

Get hime some Benadryl. Answered by Quinton Piwowar 1 year ago.

Try calamine lotion Answered by Dionne Stromain 1 year ago.


How to I get rid of hives?
Hello All,I need your help. My niece Kimberly Ann has had a very intense case of the Hives since Tuesday 7/10. As she completed that day, Kimberly did gardening and washed the Bird Cage. She has been taking benedryl since Tuesday Night. The Benedryl makes the hives go completely away, however when it wears... Asked by Louis Alalem 1 year ago.

Hello All, I need your help. My niece Kimberly Ann has had a very intense case of the Hives since Tuesday 7/10. As she completed that day, Kimberly did gardening and washed the Bird Cage. She has been taking benedryl since Tuesday Night. The Benedryl makes the hives go completely away, however when it wears off the Hives are back covering her entire body and face, itchy and swollen bumps. I took her to the emergency room on Friday 7/14 because I thought she was taking the Benedryl for too many days. At the emergency room they gave her a shot of Cortisone, and a prescription for Prednisone. Today is Sunday and the hives are really bad I called the emergency room back and was told Kim should start taking the Benedryl with Prednison. The Benedryl is the only thing that gives relief, and the hives go completely away. The Doctor informed her if she is not better by Tuesday 7/18 to come back. Any help is greatly appreciated. Kim has had no new foods, no new detergents, or soap. Thanks MIA Answered by Cindi Roszales 1 year ago.

At this point, her hives are still considered acute, so there is still a good chance they are due to some sort of allergic reaction. Most common culprits for hives in this case are foods, medication, and bacterial or viral infections. The trick to getting rid of the hives is to find the underlying culprit causing them. Has she recently had a cold, flu, strep throat, sinusitis or other infection? If so, the virus or bacteria causing the infection may still be lingering. Does she take OTC or prescription medication on a regular basis, including things like aspirin? Or take supplements or herbals? These are often culprits. If due to allergies, most likely she will need allergy testing to determine the cause. She can try keeping a detailed journal, noting down everything she eats, drinks, comes in contact with, etc. throughout the day, noting times, and also noting how the hives are at various times, including number and size of hives, itch level on a scale of 1-10, also noting all meds she is taking... The more detailed, the greater the chance of pinpointing possible culprits. Most likely if it is an allergy, it will be to something she comes into contact with a lot. The majority of people believe that an allergy is caused by something new, but that is rarely the case. You have to have at least one previous exposure to something before you can have an allergic reaction to it. Most allergies are due to things you've been exposed to a lot. If the hives continue for 6 weeks or longer, they then are considered chronic, and are then more likely to be due to autoimmunity. To learn more, check out the website, www.chronichives.com For temporary relief, some of the best antihistamine for hives are (US brand names): Zyrtec, Atarax, Benadryl. if you are outside the US, a drug called Ketotifen is also very good, but it's not available in the States. Sometimes adding Zantac, Pepcid or Tagamet is helpful - people think of these as being ulcer or heartburn meds, but they are actually another type of antihistamine. Most of the drugs sold as "antihistamines" block only one type of histamine, called H1. Zantac and the other two block a different type, called H2. Skin contains receptors for both types, so for hives it often makes a big difference if you block both at once. Cortisol creams can help a little, but use them VERY sparingly. They can thin the skin if overused. Other topicals which work quite well are Sarna lotion, cromolyn lotion (there's a recipe to make it at the chronichives website), Benadryl lotion, Aveeno oatmeal bath (use in tepid water, hot water makes the itching worse), and any lotion which contains menthol. Don't worry about her taking Benadryl for too many days. Many chronic hivers are on antihistamines for years, usually at much higher doses than used for simple allergies. I've been taking Benadryl daily for a good 15 years now, and often am also on other antihistamines as well (all prescribed by my doctors). And finally, I'd like to echo what others have said about symptoms getting worse. If she starts to experience other systemic symptoms, including difficulty breathing or speaking, sore throat and difficulty swallowing, swollen lips and/or tongue, intestinal cramping with or without nausea, vomiting, and/or diarrhea, get her to the emergency room pronto! These are symptoms of life-threatening anaphylaxis and she will need a shot of epinephrine to stop it. Answered by Myrl Dolcetto 1 year ago.

Hives are caused by some type of allergen that your body tries to fight off. Benadryl is a good choice for antihistamine just make sure that she takes 25-50mg of it. You can also try the Benadryl Anti-itch cream it works really well for my son during mosquito season. Any topical cortisone cream will help but the thing to watch out for is any breathing difficulty. Difficulty breathing can indicate a more serious condition that requires immediate medical treatment. Answered by Gina Dozar 1 year ago.

Hives Urticaria & Angioedema Treatment? Answered by Juliane Gehring 1 year ago.

There are different type of hives and different causes of it. Some major causes of it allergic reaction to food or drug. To control and manage it, it is vital to identify the main cause, if possible. If the main cause identified, then you should avoid it in the future. Some simple steps to control hives are below: 1. Always sleep or work in a cool place. 2. Apply cool compresses to the affected area. 3. Always wear lightweight or loose-fitting clothing. Answered by Roxy Birenbaum 1 year ago.

Recently I found out of an extraordinary natural way to help with hives. This is a natural product from Canada that helps in boosting the immune system and regenerates cells. Answered by Roy Richlin 1 year ago.

I would follow your doctors advice, how ever if she has trouble breathing or swelling around her mouth, tongue or throat call 911. Sometime oatmeal baths will help with the itching, you can buy it at your local pharmacy. She may need to see a specialist. sounds like what ever she's allergic to she still in contact with. Allergies can develop out of the blue to things that never bothered you before. The same thing recently happened to my granddaughter. the doctor told us what ever she was allergic to she had to have been exposed to at least 2 to 3 times before. People rarely have an allergic reactions to something the first time the come in contact with the allergen. The body becomes sensitive to it over time and continued exposure. Answered by Fe Bockover 1 year ago.

My mom has hives really bad and they give her a medication called Hydroxyzine. I would ask her Doctor about it! Good Luck!!! Answered by Kristina Rudicil 1 year ago.


Children's Zyrtec Hives Relief same as Children's Zyrtec for allergies?
I usually take Children's Zyrtec for allergies daily but now at my house I only have a Children's Zyrtec for Hives Relief. Are these the same? I'm guessing they're not. And no, I don't have hives. Asked by Norbert Winick 1 year ago.

Hives are another symptom of allergies. A lot of people will take Benedryl or something like that for both the itchy eyes, stuffy nose allergies and for hives. It may not be quite as effective, but it won't hurt you and it should still help. Answered by Percy Staller 1 year ago.

they probably are, maybe slightly different strengths? Is the active ingredient, "Certizine" i may have spelled that incorrectly, thats the active ingredient in regular Zyrtec. Probably the same idea as tylenol simply sleep, or unisom being the same exact thing as benedryl. Its all about the advertising Answered by Lyndia Torre 1 year ago.

Same thing. It's all in the marketing. Both have 5mg cetirizine per dose, Answered by Delilah Penticoff 1 year ago.


How do you get relief from hives?
My boyfriend has hives all over his body. I think it is from the dog that showed up on out door step a few days ago but I am unable to figure out what to do so that he can sleep at night other than getting rid of the dog all together. I would appreciate any help. Asked by Maire Deters 1 year ago.

I have chronic hives so I have to deal with this a lot. Benadryl is supposed to stop the itching (scratching hives only makes them worse) and it's what I use but I don't like it because it makes me really drowsy. If your boyfriend's hives are really bad/everywhere, you can try Claritin (I had to use it when I developed a bee allergy- more hives. Agh!). It's over the counter now and clears up hives. I've also used Zyrtec before but that prescription. My breakouts now are usually mild enough that I can tolerate it without medecine. You can also buy an anti-itch cream to put on the hives to stop the itching. Answered by Juliana Roenigk 1 year ago.

I had a problem with hives that seemed to come from nowhere. Turned out I'm allergic to aspirin. Probably not his problem.The Doctor had me take Claritin. Worked great. Hives are caused by an allergy, could be anything. Buy Claritin at any drug store and Walmart. Answered by Yuonne Worlie 1 year ago.

Benadryl will most likely help although it can make you drowsy you could also try to take an oatmeal bath...you can get both of these at a pharmacy and will help the bath is to sooth the irritation from the hives and the benadryl is to help with the reaction and the hives...they both are safe. Answered by Charity Neaves 1 year ago.

Benadryl makes a capsule specifically for hives Answered by Josefine Slonaker 1 year ago.

Soak in a cool oatmeal bath - or get him aveeno bath. He can also take an over the counter antihistemine like Benedryl. Expect the hives to stick around awhile. Answered by Scott Nedelman 1 year ago.

Get hime some Benadryl. Answered by Argelia Hentz 1 year ago.

Try calamine lotion Answered by Sheilah Zingg 1 year ago.


How to I get rid of hives?
Hello All,I need your help. My niece Kimberly Ann has had a very intense case of the Hives since Tuesday 7/10. As she completed that day, Kimberly did gardening and washed the Bird Cage. She has been taking benedryl since Tuesday Night. The Benedryl makes the hives go completely away, however when it wears... Asked by Rolande Hoppesch 1 year ago.

Hello All, I need your help. My niece Kimberly Ann has had a very intense case of the Hives since Tuesday 7/10. As she completed that day, Kimberly did gardening and washed the Bird Cage. She has been taking benedryl since Tuesday Night. The Benedryl makes the hives go completely away, however when it wears off the Hives are back covering her entire body and face, itchy and swollen bumps. I took her to the emergency room on Friday 7/14 because I thought she was taking the Benedryl for too many days. At the emergency room they gave her a shot of Cortisone, and a prescription for Prednisone. Today is Sunday and the hives are really bad I called the emergency room back and was told Kim should start taking the Benedryl with Prednison. The Benedryl is the only thing that gives relief, and the hives go completely away. The Doctor informed her if she is not better by Tuesday 7/18 to come back. Any help is greatly appreciated. Kim has had no new foods, no new detergents, or soap. Thanks MIA Answered by Martin Najar 1 year ago.

At this point, her hives are still considered acute, so there is still a good chance they are due to some sort of allergic reaction. Most common culprits for hives in this case are foods, medication, and bacterial or viral infections. The trick to getting rid of the hives is to find the underlying culprit causing them. Has she recently had a cold, flu, strep throat, sinusitis or other infection? If so, the virus or bacteria causing the infection may still be lingering. Does she take OTC or prescription medication on a regular basis, including things like aspirin? Or take supplements or herbals? These are often culprits. If due to allergies, most likely she will need allergy testing to determine the cause. She can try keeping a detailed journal, noting down everything she eats, drinks, comes in contact with, etc. throughout the day, noting times, and also noting how the hives are at various times, including number and size of hives, itch level on a scale of 1-10, also noting all meds she is taking... The more detailed, the greater the chance of pinpointing possible culprits. Most likely if it is an allergy, it will be to something she comes into contact with a lot. The majority of people believe that an allergy is caused by something new, but that is rarely the case. You have to have at least one previous exposure to something before you can have an allergic reaction to it. Most allergies are due to things you've been exposed to a lot. If the hives continue for 6 weeks or longer, they then are considered chronic, and are then more likely to be due to autoimmunity. To learn more, check out the website, www.chronichives.com For temporary relief, some of the best antihistamine for hives are (US brand names): Zyrtec, Atarax, Benadryl. if you are outside the US, a drug called Ketotifen is also very good, but it's not available in the States. Sometimes adding Zantac, Pepcid or Tagamet is helpful - people think of these as being ulcer or heartburn meds, but they are actually another type of antihistamine. Most of the drugs sold as "antihistamines" block only one type of histamine, called H1. Zantac and the other two block a different type, called H2. Skin contains receptors for both types, so for hives it often makes a big difference if you block both at once. Cortisol creams can help a little, but use them VERY sparingly. They can thin the skin if overused. Other topicals which work quite well are Sarna lotion, cromolyn lotion (there's a recipe to make it at the chronichives website), Benadryl lotion, Aveeno oatmeal bath (use in tepid water, hot water makes the itching worse), and any lotion which contains menthol. Don't worry about her taking Benadryl for too many days. Many chronic hivers are on antihistamines for years, usually at much higher doses than used for simple allergies. I've been taking Benadryl daily for a good 15 years now, and often am also on other antihistamines as well (all prescribed by my doctors). And finally, I'd like to echo what others have said about symptoms getting worse. If she starts to experience other systemic symptoms, including difficulty breathing or speaking, sore throat and difficulty swallowing, swollen lips and/or tongue, intestinal cramping with or without nausea, vomiting, and/or diarrhea, get her to the emergency room pronto! These are symptoms of life-threatening anaphylaxis and she will need a shot of epinephrine to stop it. Answered by Donette Fulcher 1 year ago.

Hives are caused by some type of allergen that your body tries to fight off. Benadryl is a good choice for antihistamine just make sure that she takes 25-50mg of it. You can also try the Benadryl Anti-itch cream it works really well for my son during mosquito season. Any topical cortisone cream will help but the thing to watch out for is any breathing difficulty. Difficulty breathing can indicate a more serious condition that requires immediate medical treatment. Answered by Lucinda Mandelberg 1 year ago.

Hives Urticaria & Angioedema Treatment? Answered by Tova Boady 1 year ago.

There are different type of hives and different causes of it. Some major causes of it allergic reaction to food or drug. To control and manage it, it is vital to identify the main cause, if possible. If the main cause identified, then you should avoid it in the future. Some simple steps to control hives are below: 1. Always sleep or work in a cool place. 2. Apply cool compresses to the affected area. 3. Always wear lightweight or loose-fitting clothing. Answered by Tari Bok 1 year ago.

Recently I found out of an extraordinary natural way to help with hives. This is a natural product from Canada that helps in boosting the immune system and regenerates cells. Answered by Nakisha Locklin 1 year ago.

I would follow your doctors advice, how ever if she has trouble breathing or swelling around her mouth, tongue or throat call 911. Sometime oatmeal baths will help with the itching, you can buy it at your local pharmacy. She may need to see a specialist. sounds like what ever she's allergic to she still in contact with. Allergies can develop out of the blue to things that never bothered you before. The same thing recently happened to my granddaughter. the doctor told us what ever she was allergic to she had to have been exposed to at least 2 to 3 times before. People rarely have an allergic reactions to something the first time the come in contact with the allergen. The body becomes sensitive to it over time and continued exposure. Answered by Cecil Geddie 1 year ago.

My mom has hives really bad and they give her a medication called Hydroxyzine. I would ask her Doctor about it! Good Luck!!! Answered by Ward Gallemore 1 year ago.


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