Palgic Oral

Palgic® (carbinoxamine maleate) is a prescription allergy medication. It is approved to treat a wide variety of allergies. Common Palgic uses include the treatment of eye allergies, skin allergies, and respiratory allergies (such as hay fever). When used along with other medications, it can even be used to treat very serious allergic reactions.
 
There are two different forms of the medication: oral solution and tablets. The medication is taken by mouth, typically three or four times a day. It should be taken with water on an empty stomach. Even though most people tolerate this drug well, potential side effects include indigestion, dizziness, and drowsiness.
 
You should talk with your healthcare provider prior to taking oral Palgic solution or Palgic tablets if you have:
 
(Click Palgic for information on how Palgic works for treating various types of allergies, to find out how dosing works for this medication, and to learn more about the potential side effects of the drug.)
 
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