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Coligra (Fexofenadine) Drug Price and Information

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Fexofenadine (Coligra) is an antihistamine, prescribed for seasonal allergic reactions such as runny nose, sneezing, red, itchy, or watery eyes; itching.It blocks histamine's action, which reduces allergy symptoms.

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Coligra - Coles Pharma

Coligra Tablet  


Generic : Fexofenadine
  55
120mg
10 Tablets
Price Updated on August 08, 2019

Substitute/Alternative Medication to Coligra

When is Coligra prescribed?

It is prescribed for -

Allergy
Hives
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Coligra(Fexofenadine) : Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is Coligra more effective than Cetirizine?

A: According to several studies, cetirizine tends to have a longer duration of action than Coligra and is more effective at treating allergic rhinitis and urticaria symptoms (1 Trusted Source
Comparative efficacy of cetirizine and fexofenadine for seasonal allergic rhinitis, 5-12 hours postdose, in the environmental exposure unit

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Q: Is Coligra a sedative drug?

A: Coligra is one of the least sedatives of the second-generation antihistamines. Even at dosages higher than recommended, it does not significantly cross the blood-brain barrier (2 Trusted Source
Safety of second generation antihistamines

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Q: How should Coligra be taken?

A: Coligra is available as a tablet and an oral suspension and is usually taken once or twice a day. This medication will work better if it is not taken with orange juice, grapefruit juice, or apple juice (3 Trusted Source
Fexofenadine : Medlineplus

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Q: What happens if alcohol is taken with Coligra?

A: When alcohol is taken with Coligra, it will make you feel sleepy. It is better to avoid alcohol when you are taking this medication, especially when you have to be alert or work with heavy machinery (4 Trusted Source
Fexofenadine : Interaction with Food, Herbs and Alcohol

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Q: Can Coligra be given to children?

A: Coligra tablets and orally disintegrating tablets are not recommended for use in children younger than 6 years of age. The oral suspension is FDA-approved for prescription use in children 6 months and older and for over-the-counter use in children 2 years and older (5 Trusted Source
Fexofenadine

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