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Posted by: Worried | 2009/02/02

How come

I asked a question regarding Celestamine and what it is used for, but did not get a responce. It has been prescribed for my child, but I am reluctant to give it to her See post 180.
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Celestamine is a combination of a corticosteroid and an antihistamiine - It is indicated for allergic conditions and also to clear inflammatory conditions. It is most often prescribed to clear inflamation associated with a wheezy chest or to clear a postnasal drip.

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