Prescription strength Clarinex Syrup helps reduce the symptoms of itchy, watery eyes, runny nose, and sneezing due to seasonal or year-round allergies. These symptoms can be especially challenging to deal with for babies as young as six months old. Clarinex Syrup is approved for treating year-round allergies in kids this young as well as the seasonal allergies from tree and grass pollen in children as young as two years. It is impossible to expect these young children to understand indoor and outdoor allergens, so talk to your pediatrician about Clarinex Syrup.
Desloratadine is the active ingredient in Clarinex Syrup. This is an antihistamine that can help your children breathe easier so they can play outdoors in the good weather seasons and stay indoors during the fall and winter. Once you have administered the recommended dose of bubble gum flavored Clarinex Syrup, it blocks certain receptors in their body that histamine usually attaches to in order to set off the symptoms of allergies. By interfering with this process, runny noses, irritated, watery eyes, and sneezing are reduced and the kids are able to carry on doing what they love best. Clarinex Syrup is also ideal for adults or seniors that have allergies but have difficulties taking pills or tablets.
Seasonal allergies can occur during the spring and summer months as trees and grasses are growing and there is pollen in the air that can be breathed in. For some reason, your immune system goes on the alert and decides that your body could be under a threat. Histamine and other chemicals are sent to try and flush out the intruder. This is why your nose runs, your eyes water, and you sneeze as your immune system tries to get the foreign substance out of your body. Clarinex Syrup also helps reduce hives that kids can break out in as a result of a food allergy, insect bites or stings, and exposure to the cold.
Ask your doctor about the safety of taking Clarinex Syrup if you are pregnant, may become pregnant, or are breast feeding. To determine if Clarinex Syrup is okay for you or your young child, tell your doctor about other medical conditions or allergies there are and list any current prescription drugs or over the counter medications that you or your child take, including herbal remedies and dietary or vitamin supplements.
A proper dosing spoon or syringe should be used to be certain the correct dosage is given for young children. Keep Clarinex Syrup out of the reach of children because the sweet bubble gum flavor may be an attractant to them. If the symptoms of their allergies worsen or do not improve, visit your pediatrician and stop giving Clarinex Syrup temporarily.