Allegra 60 mg Tablets

Allegra® (fexofenadine hydrochloride) is a medication often used for the treatment of allergies and hives.
 
It is available without a prescription and comes in numerous different forms and strengths, including:
 
  • Children's Allegra 30 mg tablets
  • Allegra 12 Hour 60 mg tablets
  • Allegra 24 Hour 180 mg tablets
  • Children's Allegra ODT 30 mg tablets (orally disintegrating)
  • Children's Allegra oral suspension, which contains 30 mg of Allegra per 5 mL or per teaspoonful.

 

Adults and children ages 12 and older typically take Allegra 60 mg tablets or Allegra 180 mg tablets (60 mg twice a day or 180 mg once a day). People over the age of 65 and those with kidney disease may need to start with a lower dosage.

 
The recommended Allegra dosage for children 6 to 11 years old is 30 mg twice daily. This can be taken as orally disintegrating tablets or the oral suspension. Younger children should take Allegra oral suspension, 15 mg to 30 mg twice a day (depending on the child's age).
 
(Click Allegra Dosage for more information on when and how to use this medication and for more detailed dosing guidelines for various age groups.)
 
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