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Which Allergy medicine is the best?

I'm taking Kirkland's AllerClear (Loratadine 10mg/Antihistamine), It's 24 hour non-drowsy allegy relief.

And it's not working for me.

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I like Benadryl, but then again I'm not really allergic to anything. Still, Benadryl was nice when I had that terrible allergic reaction to Nair.

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I like Benadryl, but then again I'm not really allergic to anything. Still, Benadryl was nice when I had that terrible allergic reaction to Nair.

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I'm taking Kirkland's AllerClear (Loratadine 10mg/Antihistamine), It's 24 hour non-drowsy allegy relief.

And it's not working for me.

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I'm taking Kirkland's AllerClear (Loratadine 10mg/Antihistamine), It's 24 hour non-drowsy allegy relief.

And it's not working for me.

Some medical professionals tell me that the 'placebo' effect is what makes loratadine work. Loratadine is in Claritin, and it works greatly for me. So you're essentially taking a generic of Claritin.

Ask your doctor for recommendations. There are many prescription allergy medications that will help mediate the histamine response for you and reduce your allergy symptoms.

What are your symptoms, and do they show up at certain times of the day, or year? If you can deduce what is giving you symptoms, you might be able to avoid or eliminate it from your lifestyle. For some, it's dust mites. For others, bed bugs. For me, it is the mold and mildew at work. I obviously can't eliminate that, and I like my job and co-workers so I don't want to leave, so if my symptoms get awful, I take a Claritin. It works for me. :P

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I'm taking Kirkland's AllerClear (Loratadine 10mg/Antihistamine), It's 24 hour non-drowsy allegy relief.

And it's not working for me.

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...I need RN advice. Id ask my mom but she is in Seattle for a conference. Is Claritin a medication you can take everyday or it hasnt terrible symptoms so I wouldnt be able to take it every single day?

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