Unfamiliar food and travel can cause acute constipation. Laxatives come as suppositories, tablets or syrups.
Constipation is best prevented with a high-fibre diet and fluids.
Think through the trip and buy what you need in sufficiently small portions.
And don't forget the medicines in your first aid kit have a limited lifetime.
Fexofenadine is less well-studied and is rated FDA pregnancy category C.
First generation antihistamines are usually used on an as-needed basis or before bedtime to occasionally help with sleep.
First generation antihistamines have many drawbacks including side effects of drowsiness and significant anticholinergic side effects that, for example, can cause difficulty urinating or constipation, and are therefore not used very often.
Allergies are an overreaction of the immune system where the body's defenses react to substances such as pollen, food and more.
Learn about common allergy triggers and how you can avoid an allergy attack.
Some antihistamines also are used to treat anxiety, insomnia, and motion sickness.
Side effects, drug interactions, dosing, storage, and pregnancy and breastfeeding safety information should be reviewed prior to taking this class of medication.