Does anyone take hayfever medication with mirtazapine?

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Hi all, as title says I'm just wanting to know whether anyone takes hayfever medication with mirtazapine and what is it that you take? Thanks

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    I use a beclometasone spray (becanase) fr a deviated septum, but that's a hayfever spray mainly. Been taking mirtazapine for about 2 weeks now. 
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    Hi I've been taking mirtz for a few years now had a problem with an increase earlier this month ,but I have always taken hay fever tablets whatever strength I've been on with no problems ,my pharmacist says that because hay fever tablets are supposed to make you drowsy that they could make you more drowsy if taking mirtz,

    if your mirtz make you drowsy try non drowsy hay fever tablets I take a supermarket own brand that are 99p for seven tabs

    but my pharmacist assures me the only interaction is drowsyness

    hope this helps

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      Hi thanks, yeah I asked at the supermarket pharmacy today, they told me I should be fine with the non drowsy ones, I got loratadine.

      Thankyou for your help.

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      Always check the side affects from pharmaceutical goods - in most cases best avoided from my experience.
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    Hi this is the second time im on mirtazapine 15 mg . I been on them a month they helped with depression and sleeping and im happy im eating allot and putting weight on BUT i took 2 Phenergan antihistamines for depression and now i can't sleep tonight im feeling weird i can't describe it ok. Head and chest feeling strage legs feeling weird. I can't even describe what the feeling is but its making me fidgity etc please help

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