Medicines & Drugs by category Medicines used to treat allergies

The leaflets in this section are authored by an experienced pharmacist. Pharmacists are experts in medicines. The medicines in this section include those used for treating different types of allergies such as hay fever. If you've ever thought "Who shouldn't take loratadine?", "How do I take my nasal spray?", "How do I get the most from my sodium cromoglicate treatment?" or "What problems can fexofenadine cause?" information leaflets in this section will have answers for you.

Acrivastine capsules (Benadryl Allergy Relief) Alimemazine
Azelastine eye drops for allergies (Optilast) Bilastine tablets (Ilaxten)
Cetirizine for allergies Cetirizine for allergies
Chlorphenamine Clemastine tablets (Tavegil)
Cyclizine for sickness Cyproheptadine tablets (Periactin)
Desloratadine (Midetorin, Neoclarityn) Desloratadine (Midetorin, Neoclarityn)
Emedastine eye drops for hay fever (Emadine) Epinastine eye drops for hay fever (Relestat)
Fexofenadine tablets (Telfast) Fexofenadine tablets (Telfast)
Hydroxyzine (Atarax, Ucerax) Hydroxyzine (Atarax, Ucerax)
Ketotifen (Zaditen) Ketotifen eye drops for hay fever (Zaditen)
Levocetirizine for allergy (Xyzal) Levocetirizine for allergy (Xyzal)
Lodoxamide eye drops (Alomide) Loratadine for allergies
Mizolastine tablets (Mizollen) Nedocromil inhaler (Tilade)
Nedocromil sodium eye drops (Rapitil) Olopatadine eye drops for hay fever (Opatanol)
Promethazine (Avomine, Phenergan, Sominex) Promethazine (Avomine, Phenergan, Sominex)
Sodium cromoglicate capsules for food allergy (Nalcrom) Sodium cromoglicate nasal spray (Rynacrom)