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ANTIHISTAMINES ­ Due to varying rates of metabolism 4 days is recommended as general advice to be off the drug before testing. Generic LORATADINE Commercial Products Claratyne Alledine Allereze Chemists own Laratadine Clarinase Repetabs Lorano Lorapaed Lorastyne


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Earlier generation anti-histimines: Periactin, Polaramine, Avil, Phenergan, or Vallergan .

Antihistamines are often used in cold and flu tablets/mixtures and in sinus and allergy mixtures and some pain relief preparations. Please inform the doctor if you are taking any. With antidepressants there is often a significant anti-histimine effect these may be; Amitriptyline, Allegron, Anafranil, Deptran, Endep, Prothiaden, Sinequan, Surmontil, Tofranil or Tolvon. And the anti-migraine tablet Sandomigran. Anti-emetics such as Stemetil or Stemzine can also effect the testing.



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