Is Levocetirizine sufficient to cure nasal congestion and cough? - Answered in Allergy Specialist

I am taking only Levocetirizine for this ... Levocetirizine can be continued in the night alone … View thread »

Is it safe to take Levocetirizine daily? - Answered in Homeopathy

 I am taking anti-allergic tablet Levocetirizine daily … View thread »

I have a cold draining nose and body pain. Please help. - Answered in Internal Medicine

I suggest you taking Levocetirizine 5 mg OD for five days which is decongestant … View thread »

How long should I continue Levocet M for itchy throat? - Answered in Otolaryngology (E.N.T)

Levocet M (Levocetirizine and Montelukast) is given for the same purpose … View thread »

Can Paracetamol, antibiotics, and Cetirizine be taken with pregnancy medicines? - Answered in Family Physician

You can give her Levocetirizine 5 mg OD for five days … View thread »

Can you suggest some medicine for ear blockage? - Answered in Otolaryngology (E.N.T)

I suggest you tablet Allercet L (Levocetirizine) one at night with Nasivion nasal drops two drops twice daily for five days … View thread »

I have throat dryness and difficulty in breathing. Please help. - Answered in General Practitioner

If throat congestion is present than decongestant like Levocetirizine can be prescribed for that … View thread »

What can cause cough and running nose with green sputum following a headache? - Answered in General Practitioner

Take tablet Levocetirizine 5 mg once a day for a runny nose … View thread »

Please suggest a remedy for fever, cough and green sputum. - Answered in Critical care physician

I would just prefer to add an anti-allergic like Levocetirizine once daily for five days ... You just need an anti allergic like Levocetirizine along with an expectorant cough syrup … View thread »

Please help with my allergic reaction to cherries. - Answered in Internal Medicine

I suggest antihistamines and tablet Montek-LC containing Montelukast with LevocetirizineView thread »

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