Allegra-D

Name: Allegra-D

Adverse Effects

Varies in incidence & severity with the individual drug; also individual patients vary in susceptibility

1-10%

Headache (7.2%)

Vomiting (8%)

Drowsiness (1.3%)

Fatigue (1.3%)

Somnolence (1.5%)

Dizziness (2%)

Diarrhea (3%)

Otitis media (2.5%)

Dyspepsia (1.2%)

Myalgia (3%)

Frequency Not Defined

CNS depression

Sedation ranging from mild drowsiness to deep sleep (most frequent)

Lassitude

Disturbed coordination

Muscular weakness

Restlessness, euphoria, nervousness, delirium, palpitation, seizures is less common

Epigastric distress

Anorexia

Nausea

Vomiting

Diarrhea

Constipation

Cholestasis, hepatitis, hepatic failure, hepatic function abnormality, jaundice is rare

Tachycardia, palpitation ECG changes (eg, widened QRS)

Arrhythmias (eg, extrasystole, heart block)

Hypotension

Hypertension

Dizziness, sedation, and hypotension may occur in geriatric patients

Dryness of mouth, nose, and throat

Dysuria

Urinary retention

Impotence

Vertigo

Visual disturbances

Blurred vision

Diplopia; tinnitus

Acute labyrinthitis

Insomnia

Tremors

Facial dyskinesia

Tightness of the chest

Thickening of bronchial secretions

Wheezing

Nasal stuffiness

Sweating

Chills

Early menses

Toxic psychosis

Faintness

Paresthesia

Agranulocytosis

Hemolytic anemia

Leukopenia

Thrombocytopenia

Pancytopenia

Dysmenorrhea

Fatigue

Ischemic colitis (pseudoephedrine)

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