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Antihistamines
Antihistamines should be discontinued 48 hours before allergy testing.

The more common antihistamines are listed below. This is not a complete list of all anti-histamines. Many over-the-counter medications contain antihistamines. If you are uncertain if the medication you are taking contains an antihistamine, check with your physician or pharmacist.

Name Brand Antihistamines:
• Allegra • Phenergan
• Atarax • Rynatan
• Atrohist • Rynatuss
• Benadryl • Semprex
• Bromfed • Sinulin
• Claritin • Tavist
• Codimal DH Syrup • Trinalin
• Dimetane Cough Syrup • Tussionex
• Dura-Vent • Tylenol Allergy
• Extendryl • Tylenol Cold
• Hycomine Compound • Tylenol Flu
• Kronofed • Tylenol PM
• Nolamine • Vistaril
• Nolahist • Zyrtec
• Periactin  

Generic Antihistamines:
• acrivastine • astemizole
• azatadine • azelastine
• brompheniramine • cetirizine
• chlorpheniramine • cyproheptadine
• diphehydramine • fexofenadine
• hydroxyzine • loratidine
• methscopolamine • phenidamine
• promethazine • pyrilamine

 
     



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