Singulair Medicine Information

Singulair® (montelukast sodium) is a medication often used to treat nasal allergy symptoms, such as irritated, itchy, stuffy, or runny nose. It is also approved to prevent asthma attacks and to prevent exercise-induced asthma.
 
Although most people respond well to Singulair, information about the medicine should still be discussed with your healthcare provider before treatment begins. It is also important to let your healthcare provider know beforehand if you are pregnant, have phenylketonuria, or liver disease.
 
As with any medicine, side effects are possible with Singulair. Some of the most common side effects that have been reported with this drug are abdominal pain, the flu, and headaches. When side effects do occur, they are often minor and either do not require medical attention or can be treated easily.
 
Singulair is typically taken by mouth once a day and is available in the form of tablets, chewable tablets, and oral granules (which can be dissolved in liquids or soft foods).
 
(Click Singulair for more Singulair medicine information, including how this drug works, what its effects are, and when and how to take it.)
 
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