Palgic 4 mg Tablets

Palgic® (carbinoxamine maleate) is a prescription allergy medication. It is approved to treat a wide variety of allergies, such as eye allergies, skin allergies, or respiratory allergies (such as hay fever). Palgic comes in two different forms, including:
 
  • 4 mg Palgic tablets
  • 4 mg per 5 mL Palgic oral solution (4 mg per teaspoonful).
     
Palgic Dosing for Adults
Although some people may need (and tolerate) higher or lower dosages, the standard dose for adults is one or two 4 mg tablets three to four times a day. For the liquid version, the dose is one or two teaspoonfuls (4 to 8 mg) three to four times daily.
 
Palgic Dosing for Children
For children age six and older, the recommended dosage of Palgic is 1 or 1.5 tablets or teaspoonfuls (4 or 6 mg either way) three to four times daily. For children age three to six years old, the recommended dosage is one-half to one teaspoonful (2 or 4 mg) three to four times daily. For children age two to three years old, the recommended dose of Palgic is one-half teaspoonful (2 mg) three to four times daily.
 
(Click Palgic Dosage to find out what factors your healthcare provider will consider before making a dosing recommendation for your situation and for important tips and precautions for using this medication.)
 
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