Posted by: gran | 2010/12/03


The mother of my 2 1/2 year old grandson is out of contact right now and has left a bottle of allecet syrup 5mg with me to use for him, but on the web all I can find is that it is an ordinary antihistamine. He often and currently has a runny nose (not green) and has had a chesty cough since birth (he was premature). The cough is good and loose right now. There has been some speculation as to whether he is asthmatic, but I see no asthma meds here. Should I give him 5ml of this syrup daily? (no package insert here). Should I give him 2 1/2 ml twice a day? I do not want to dose him unnecessarily but do not want him to get worse.

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Allecet syrup is for allergic reactions that respond to antihistamine use, for instance allergic sinusitis and urticaria. You can start with a 2 1/2 ml once daily in the morning. If the product cause drowsiness or sleepiness, you should rather give the medication at night.


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Posted by: gran | 2010/12/04

never mind

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