Allergy & Sinus

What is Allergy and what are its causes?

Allergy is a condition of the body's defense system (which is known as immune system) in which patient becomes sensitive to an allergen. The warning signs include: Appearance of Rashes on skin, Itching, and excessive discharge from nose or inflammation of the skin. Mainly asthma is a result of allergy. There are many types of allergens present in the environment that are responsible for allergic reactions. Usually these reactions take place when the immune system of the body comes in contact with an allergen.

What is Sinus and what are its causes?

Sinus is a cavity within a bone or other tissue, mainly in the bones of the face or skull which are connecting with the nasal cavities. Sinus infections are caused by the infections from a pathogenic microorganism which includes: virus, bacteria, or fungus. They start growing within the sinus and lead to blockage in a sinus and causes intermittent blockage of the sinus ostium (an opening that connects sinus to nasal cavity). In short, Sinusitis is an inflammation of the air cavities within the passages of the nose caused by some allergens.

What are the Drugs that are responsible for the treatment of Allergy and Sinus infections?

The most common bacteria which are responsible for the allergy and sinus infections are Streptococcus pneumoniae, Haemophilus influenzae, Moraxella catarrhalis, Staphylococcus aureus, and Streptococcus pyogenes. The numbers of medicines that have the otency to kill these microorganisms are available on our website.

  • Allegra 30 MG,
  • Veramyst Generic,
  • Singulair (Generic),
  • Peritol,
  • Nasonex,
  • Medrol,
  • Flonase,
  • Eurax Cream Generic and many more. 

How does allergy and sinus medication work? 

 The medication used to treat allergy and sinus, exhibits anti-inflammatory actions. These medication works by inhibiting the number of cells and chemicals which are involved in various allergic reactions, inflammatory reactions and immune responses. When these medicines are used as a nasal inhaler, spray, tablets or cream; then these medications enter directly into the lining in the nose, and very less amount is absorbed into the remaining parts of the body. 

To whom these medications are not prescribed? 

These medications are not advised for those patients who have the following medical conditions. 

  • Thyroid problems.
  • Diabetes problem.
  • Heart problems.
  • Liver problems.


Always consult with your physician before taking a dose of allergic medication. 

What are the possible side effects of these medicines?

The side effects are very uncommon or unusual. Very few cases are reported with these side effects.

  • Headache.
  • Back pain.
  • Fever.
  • Sores in nose and ongoing nose bleeds.
  • Appearances of Rashes.

Incase if you catch any other symptoms during the course of such medication, contact with your health care provider.

What are the medications which are known to interact with these drug products?

There are a number of medications which are known to interact with these drugs. Some of them are mentioned below.

  • Hydrochlorothiazide.
  • Levatol.
  • Propranolol.
  • Tofacitinib.
  • Carvedilol.
  • Dorzolamide.
  • Other


How should you store these medication?

You must keep your medicaments away from the reach of children and domestic pets. They must be kept in an airtight container. The temperature required for their storage must be between 4° and 30°C (39° and 86°F).

What about the safety and efficacy of these medicaments?

These medicines are highly safe and efficient. However, before using them, you must consult your physician.

What are the precautions you should use before having these medications?

You should take care of following points before having this medicine. 

  • Pregnant ladies.
  • Breastfeeding Mothers.
  • Allergic to any of its ingredients.
  • Taking any other prescribed drug containing ritonavir (which is commonly used to treat HIV infection or AIDS), consult your doctor.
  • If you are experiencing any other health issue. 


What happens if I skip my Dose? 

In this case, avoid double dosing of your medicine in order to match up your dosing schedule. 

What should be done in case of Over Dose? 

Make a call to your physician.

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