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12 months supply of Loratadine Hayfever Tablets - 360 for £9.50 delivered @ Pharmacy Kwik

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I mentioned this in another expired thread but maybe it deserves it's own. Pharmacy Kwik are offering 12 boxes x 30 tablets of Loratidine which is a Clarityn replacement for £9.50 with free deliver…
Milkfloat Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago38 Comments
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I've always taken Cetirizine Hydrochloride, is Loratadine any different? I see they're selling CH too

Loratadine and cetirizine are both 'newer' antihistamines. Both cause less drowsiness compared to piritin/chlorphenamine. I prefer cetirizine. Avoid Loratadine if you have epilepsy

Is the loratidine because of possible interaction with carbamazepine?

I think all antihistamines can have an effect on epilectics so I think you'd have to check with a GP regardless.
Im an epileptic pharmacist (really). Its only loratadine that has a caution, not contraindication
internetbrowser
I've always taken Cetirizine Hydrochloride, is Loratadine any different? I see they're selling CH too
they also sell cetirizine very cheap on their website. its great for me asi have to take one every day.. stupid allergies
mdekq007
internetbrowser
I've always taken Cetirizine Hydrochloride, is Loratadine any different? I see they're selling CH too

Loratadine and cetirizine are both 'newer' antihistamines. Both cause less drowsiness compared to piritin/chlorphenamine. I prefer cetirizine. Avoid Loratadine if you have epilepsy

Is the loratidine because of possible interaction with carbamazepine?

I think all antihistamines can have an effect on epilectics so I think you'd have to check with a GP regardless.
internetbrowser
I've always taken Cetirizine Hydrochloride, is Loratadine any different? I see they're selling CH too


Loratadine and cetirizine are both 'newer' antihistamines. Both cause less drowsiness compared to piritin/chlorphenamine. I prefer cetirizine. Avoid Loratadine if you have epilepsy
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12 Month supply 360 Loratadine Hay Fever tablets £9.50 delivered @ Pharmacy Kwik

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Needed some quickly best deal i could find for Loratadine/Clarityn, which i find non-drowsy and pretty effective. I assume 12 months = 360 tablets. er yeah just saw URL it does. Fast easy checko…
Smiff Avatar2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago6 Comments
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Not bad i say.
Thanx OP .. this Product is still on 'Offer' .. & me may just be in need of some fresh ones soon ..... (some ones of these I Bought some Months back is running kinda thin now ..... lol). :-)

Will have to hook some of these up soon also. :-)
mine has shipped already, noice. very kwik.

Edited By: Smiff on Jun 27, 2014 14:40
Sorry. You're right. Its £6.99 for free delivery on 180 but still cheaper than a perscription and 3 times the tablets.
yer i don't think delivery free on 180 though. once you've added that..
i share them with others. agree 360 is a lot i think it's something that keeps well.

Edited By: Smiff on Jun 27, 2014 13:50
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2 X Cetirizine HydroChloride 10mg - Tablets 30 (60 in total) - £1.43 @ amazon (sold by Pharmacy Kwik/Chemist Counter)

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Hayfever is killing me this morning! £1.43 for 30 tablets seems a good price to me.
kaiserchiefs Avatar2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago27 Comments
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Lowest price £1.53 now.

check again

I have checked again - and i'm right. £1.53.

Edited By: dealpickle on May 23, 2014 16:47: Forgot something.
Great price, just a note of warning though, I was taking these thinking they were non drowsy making. However, by the afternoon I was dead on my feet, ready to fall asleep anywhere. When I went to buy to some more, as I had not related the two, it was a tiring week at work, the lady behind the counter in Boots warned me that a lot of people felt really drowsy from taking Citrizine......it all fell into place then! ;-)
Just in case somebody is suffering the same and has not put two and two together yet!
ScampiLamp
Thanks. Can anyone recommend a genuinely non drowsy anti histamine? I've to take it every day since I was 9 (chronic urticaria) but in my adult years cetirizine and loratadine both make me really sleepy even on half a tablet .

I use Fexofenadine Hydrochloride 180mg on prescription and I find it okay. There is also a 120mg tablet and I think that's the normal strength that's prescribed for hayfever - the 180mg tablet also covers skin allergies (hives etcetera). Hope this helps.
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Thanks. Can anyone recommend a genuinely non drowsy anti histamine? I've to take it every day since I was 9 (chronic urticaria) but in my adult years cetirizine and loratadine both make me really sleepy even on half a tablet .

I've tried many different ones for the same reason (although mine is relatively mild) and haven't found any that don't make me drowsy. So much so I don't take them any more and try to manage it through other methods such as diet and exercise and limiting my exposure to sudden changes in temperature.

Thanks - would you mind sharing what dietry changes have helped you? When I don't take them (I try it every few years) my skin feels like its burning off!

It is a horrible condition, I am very grateful that mine has never been severe. I notice it mainly in the winter as the bigger the change in temperature the worst mine is. Dietary wise I've cut out a lot of lactose and generally try to eat healthier, most the time anyway. Exercise is by far the most effective for me, which is a little paradoxical as you would think exercise would increase histamine production and make you sweat more, perhaps it works by desensitising the body to sweat and heat. You should be careful with exercise and start gently as obviously it can induce a reaction.

You may find this article useful:

Foods high in histamines


By no means can these methods necessarily rid you of the chronological urticaria but they may help make it more manageable. And obviously everyone is different and what works for me may not work for you.
Daverobeo
Thanks that's a great price, any suggestions for a good nasal spray to get as well?

You could try Kleenex tissue "twists" or this:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/comedy/content/images/2007/05/09/pants_396x222.jpg
underpants on the head are optional though oO


Edited By: minxx on May 22, 2014 16:00
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12 MONTHS SUPPLY of Loratadine Non Drowsy Hay-Fever/Allergy Relief Tablets 10mg (360 Tablets) £9.50 free delivery from Pharmacy Kwik

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Allergy / hayfever tablets. Non-branded but contain the same active ingredient that can be found in Clarityn tablets. Boots sell a pack of 7 Clarityn tablets for £3.49. Also sell a 12 month supply
miss_moneypenny Avatar2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago2 Comments
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excellent, at least you should be assured of the expiry dates being ok


Ditto to that ..... lol. :-)
excellent, at least you should be assured of the expiry dates being ok
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fluconazole thrush treatment 3 x oral capsules 150mg with free delivery from pharmacykwik. Pessary also good price...link in 1st comment. £4.50

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Full Description FREE DELIVERY ON THIS PRODUCT 3 x Fluconazole Capsules For Thrush Treatment FREE DELIVERY (3 Capsules - FREE DELIVERY) The single capsule of Thrush Oral Capsule is the comple…
pinkmummyof4 Avatar2y, 10m agoFound 2 years, 10 months ago26 Comments
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They take paypal too
Thanks, ordered them through their Amazon site.
well I recieved my order already. ..very quick, and with a four freebie samples thrown in :-)
hayleymoo
think the price for these in chemists is to deter people from self medicating, because if you're needing to use this often, you should see your doctor to try and find the underlying cause rather than a quick fix and hoping it goes away.you could find yourself with a nasty infection.just sayin!
Yeah, I'm sure it has absolutely nothing to do with increasing their profit margins!
If thrush is indeed the issue, then this medication would work. If it does keep reoccurring then underlying causes of thrush would be use of antibiotics, pregnancy, diabetes, or a weakened immune system from something such as aids, hiv or chemotherapy. in which case I doubt thrush would be your biggest symptom. just saying

Edited By: pinkmummyof4 on Jan 31, 2014 21:21
think the price for these in chemists is to deter people from self medicating, because if you're needing to use this often, you should see your doctor to try and find the underlying cause rather than a quick fix and hoping it goes away.you could find yourself with a nasty infection.just sayin!
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