FAQs ABOUT EBAHIST 10MG TABLET
Q: For what conditions is EBAHIST 10MG TABLET used?
A: EBAHIST 10MG TABLET is used in adults and children aged 12 years and older for the treatment of seasonal and persistent allergic rhinitis (runny nose), with or without allergic conjunctivitis (inflammation of the eye). It is also used for the treatment of itching and urticaria (hives) in adults over the age of 18 years. Consult your doctor before taking it.
Q: Does EBAHIST 10MG TABLET cause dry mouth?
A: Yes, EBAHIST 10MG TABLET can cause dry mouth. For long-term treatment, good oral hygiene should be maintained (teeth should be cleaned with fluoride toothpaste twice daily) to prevent the risk of caries.
Q: Is EBAHIST 10MG TABLET used for "cold"?
A: Yes, EBAHIST 10MG TABLET is also used for the treatment of cold urticaria, dermographic urticaria, atopic asthma, mosquito bites, and the common cold in combination with a medicine called pseudoephedrine. Consult your doctor before taking EBAHIST 10MG TABLET.
Q: Who should avoid taking EBAHIST 10MG TABLET?
A: EBAHIST 10MG TABLET is not recommended for use in patients with an allergic history to Ebastine, galactose intolerance (a condition marked by increased blood glucose levels), Lapp lactose deficiency (a rare hereditary disorder where the body is unable to digest lactose (a sugar found in dairy products), or glucose-galactose malabsorption (a rare hereditary disorder where the body is unable to absorb glucose and galactose). Consult your doctor before taking EBAHIST 10MG TABLET.
Q: Is EBAHIST 10MG TABLET safe?
A: Yes, EBAHIST 10MG TABLET is safe and effective in relieving symptoms of allergic rhinitis and chronic idiopathic urticaria and provides efficacy throughout the 24-hour dosing interval with once-daily administration, and clinical benefit is seen from the first day of treatment.
Q: What are the side effects of taking EBAHIST 10MG TABLET?
A: The most common side effects of taking EBAHIST 10MG TABLET are headache, drowsiness, and dry mouth. Consult your doctor if any of these symptoms get worse.