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Allergic reactions can range from mild to life threatening, and can be brought on by anything that a particular body does not recognize as “suitable” or “friendly” to the body. Once an allergic reaction is identified, the patient then needs to avoid the potential for more allergic attacks. Often removing allergens from the environment can help, as well as purifying the air, restricting the diet, and perhaps preventing pets from entering the bedroom, or in extreme cases finding pets a new home. Medications can be either prescribed or purchased over the counter to help alleviate symptoms of allergic reactions.
Azelastine

Azelastine

Azelastine is an antihistamine drug available as a nasal spray useful for treating hay fever under the brand name Astelin and Astepro or as eye drops for allergic conjunctivitis under the name Optivar. more...

Brand name(s): Astelin, Azelastina, Azelastinum, Optivar,
Betamethasone

Betamethasone

Betamethasone was originally approved by the FDA in 1961, with a foam-style formulation, called betamethasone valerate, approved in 1999. Betamethasone is a drug in the steroid family of medications, and comes in topical applications. Besides the foam, more...

Brand name(s): Alphatrex, Bebate, Becort, Bedifos, Betacorlan, Betacortril, Betaderm, Betadexamethasone, Betafluorene, Betamamallet, Luxiq,
Clemastine

Clemastine

Clemastine is one effective antihistamine that can quickly reduce allergic symptoms within 24 hours. There are a number of precautions and side effects to watch out for so that patients stay safe. Clemastine is the generic name of the antihistamine drug more...

Brand name(s): Tavegil, Clemastina, Clemastinum, Meclastin, Mecloprodin, Tavist,
Clobetasol

Clobetasol

Clobetasol is a drug used for the treatment of various skin disorders such as eczema. It is available in ointment as well as emollient cream. Clobetasol, which has a generic name of clobetasol propionate, is recommended for use among adults and children more...

Brand name(s): Temovate, Clobesol, Clobex, Cormax, Dermovate, Embeline, Luxiq, Olux,
Cyprohepadine

Cyproheptadine

Cyprohepadine is a multi-use drug that is prescribed mostly for people with allergies, specifically hay fever, and people suffering from anorexia. It relieves the sneezing, itching, bloating and watery eyes that are induced by most allergies. This drug is more...

Brand name(s): Periactin, Cypoheptadine, Cyproheptadiene, Dronactin, Eiproheptadine, Periactine, Periactinol, Peritol,
Desloratadine

Desloratadine

Desloratadine is mainly used for battling allergies of any kind. Usually a popular choice among doctors because of its non-drowse effect, it is marketed under many names but mainly under NeoClarityn, Claramax, Clarinex and Aerius. Desloratadine is more...

Brand name(s): Clarinex, Claritin, Loratadine, Alavert, Desloratidine, Aerius,
Dexamethasone

Dexamethasone

Dexamethasone, which also comes under the brand names of Decadron, Decaject, Dexamethasone Intensol, Dexpak and Solurex, is a corticosteroid. It is a synthetic version of hormones which usually occur naturally in the human body; doctors prescribe it to r more...

Brand name(s): Aeroseb-D, Aeroseb-Dex, Anaflogistico, Aphtasolon, Adexone, Aphthasolone, Auxiron, Azium, Bisu Ds, Calonat, Corson, Corsone,
Diflorasone

Diflorasone

Diflorasone is a corticosteroid that is marketed as a topical cream ointment containing the drug diflorasone diacetate. Diflorasone is primarily used for its anti inflammatory and anti-itch qualities, much like most corticosterosis. more...

Brand name(s): Florone, Maxiflor, Psorcon,
Halobetasol propionate

Halobetasol propionate

Halobetasol propionate, or halobetasol, belongs to a class of topical corticosteroid drugs. The main action of this drug is to reduce the chemicals responsible in inflammation, swelling and redness of the skin. more...

Hydrocortisone

Hydrocortisone

Hydrocortisone belongs to a class of drugs called steroids. The main action of hydrocortisone would be to reduce swelling by controlling the release of substances by our bodies that would lead to it. more...