Clarinex Uses

Clarinex uses include the relief of outdoor and indoor allergy symptoms and treatment of chronic hives and itching. Allergy symptoms that Clarinex helps relieve in adults and children six months of age and older include sneezing; itchy, watery eyes; and a runny and itchy nose. There are also some off-label Clarinex uses, including the treatment of asthma and chronic cough.

What Is Clarinex Used For?

Clarinex® (desloratadine) is a prescription medication that has been licensed to treat several conditions. These Clarinex uses are as follows:
 
  • Relief of outdoor seasonal allergy symptoms (hay fever)
  • Relief of indoor allergy symptoms
  • Treatment of chronic (long-term) hives and itching.
     
Outdoor Allergy Symptoms
Hay fever, also known as outdoor allergies or pollen allergy, is one of the most common kinds of allergies. About 35 million Americans suffer from hay fever. Hay fever is caused by breathing in pollen from trees, grasses, and/or weeds that then cause an allergic reaction. This can result in classic allergy symptoms.
 
Clarinex is used to treat common hay fever symptoms, including:
 
  • Sneezing
  • Runny and itchy nose
  • Itchy, watery, and red eyes.
     
For symptoms of hay fever, Clarinex can be used in adults and children two years of age and older.
 
Indoor Allergies
There are many types of allergies -- hay fever is just one of them. However, many people have allergies to things found indoors, such as:
 
These allergies can occur year-round. Other names for them include perennial allergies and perennial allergic rhinitis.
 
Clarinex is also used to treat symptoms of perennial allergies, such as:
 
  • Sneezing
  • Runny and itchy nose
  • Watery and itchy eyes.
     
For perennial allergy symptoms, Clarinex can be used in adults and children six months of age and older.
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