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ALLERGY AND ASTHMA SPECIALTY SERVICE, P.S.
COMMON ANTIHISTAMINE
W. Pierre Andrade, M.D. James S. Brown, M.D.
T. Ted Song, D.O.
The following list provides the most common antihistamines used in the treatment of allergies. Patients
needing to be tested should not take these medications 72 hours prior to the test.

Names of Common Antihistamines
Actidil – (triprolidine)
Historal
Hycomine
Alka-Seltzer Cold
Albatussin
Alka-Seltzer Flu
Ryna-C Liquid
Kronofed –A
Alka-Seltzer Night
S-T Forte
Amitriptyline
Kronofed –A Jr.
Alka-Seltzer PLUS
Atrohist Ped.
Meclizine
Alka-Seltzer Sinus
Atrohist plus Tablets
Naldecon
Allerest
Sine-Aid
Doxepin (Sinequam)
Azatadine
BC Allergy
Sine-Off Cold
Bomfed Capsules
Benadryl
Sine-Off Sinus
Nolahist Tablets
(Diphenhydramine)
Etroafon
Nolamine
Cerose DM
Sinus Cold Powder
Ludiomil
Optimine
Chlor-Trimeton
Lumbitrol
Co-Pyronil
Chlorpheniramine
Sudafed Cold & Allergy
Periactin –
Comtrex Allergy–Sinus
Sudafed Plus
(cyproheptadin)
Comtrex Cold & Flu
Nisequan
Phenergan
Contact-Allergy
Norpramin
Coridcidin Cough
Teldrin Allergy
Cyclobenzaprene – (Flexeril)
Quelidrine
Coricidin D
Thera-Flu
Dextratussin
Coricidin Night-Time
Thera-Flu Cold
Pertofrane
Dura-Vent DA
DA Chewables
Thera-Flu Sinus
Duratap Pd
Deconamine
Triaminic
Risperdal
Dimetane
Triaminicol
Seroquel
Extendryl 4-Way cold tab
Rynatuss
Dimetapp
Tussi-12
Surmontil
Fedahist
Seprex –D
Tylenol Allergy
Tofranil
Fedrazil
Sinulin Tablets
Drixoral
Tylenol Cold
Fiogesic
Excedrin PM Cough-Cold Tylenol Flu
Vivactil
Disophrol
Tavist – (Clemestine)
Herbal Alergy Medication Tylenol PM
Antivert
Trinolin
Formula 44
Tylenol Sinus
** (Mirtazapine)
Histabid
Tussionex
Mescolor
Vicks Formula 44
Patient must be off for 10
Histadyl
****All Sleep Aides*****
days prior to testing.
Histopan
Pedia-Care
2. Patients needing to be tested should not take the following medication for 10 days prior to the test.
Atarax

Claritin - (Loratadine)
Clarinex - (Desloratadine)
Vistaril - (Hydroxyzine) Zyrtec
(Cetirizine HCL) Palgic – (Carbinoxamine Maleate)
(Fexofenadine HCL) Seldane
(Tertenadine) Xyzal – (Levocetirizine)
3. Patients needing to be tested should not take this medication for 2 months prior to the test.
Hismanol

4. Nasal Sprays: Astelin, Astepro, and Patanase are antihistamine nasal sprays. These are the only nasal sprays that
patients need to be off for 48 hours prior to testing. All nasal steroids and decongestants nasal sprays are okay to use.


5. Eye Drops: Patients needing to be tested should not take the following medication for 3 days prior to the test.
Patonol

Pataday Zaditor Vasacon-A Livostin Alvalon-A *any over-the-counter Eye drops that may contain
antihistimines*
Optivar Eye drop-( azelastine )- patients need to be off for 48 hours .

6. Anti-Itch Creams: Cortaid, Gold Bond, Lanacane- Patients need to be off for 24 hours.
Note: It is impossible to have a complete list of antihistamines, always review your medications to see if they
contain antihistamines. Antihistamines affect how patients respond to allergy testing.

If you have any questions about your medication. Do not hesitate to give us a call at 253-589-1380.
Allergy and Asthma Specialty Services, P.S.
W. Pierre Andrade, M.D. James S. Brown, M.D.
T. Ted Song, D.O.
Diplomats: American board of Allergy & Clinical Immunology. A conjoint board of the American Boards of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ BETA-BLOCKER MEDICATIONS
Please Note:
a. Beta-Blockers Medications are often used to treat Heart Conditions, High Blood Pressure, Glaucoma, and Migraine Headaches.
b. The allergist needs to know if you are taking any of the beta-blocker medications at present time. Beta-Blockers
interfere with the action of Epinephrine, which is a medication usually given for the treatment of anaphylactic reactions.
c. If you are taking any of the Beta-Blockers mentioned below, please mark with an X.
After the completion of all your forms, please give forms to the nurse. Patients please mark a X below if you do not take any Beta- blockers medication written above.

____ I do not take any Beta-blocker written above.
______________________ _________________ ________

Patient’s Name (please print)
Patient’s Signature

______________________________ ________________

Guardian’s Signature

Source: http://www.allergyasthmaspecialty.com/files/34018.pdf

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EMERGENCY CONTACT (NAME & RELATIONSHIP) INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR CHILD: TO PROTECT YOUR CHILD FROM POSSIBLE EMBARRASSMENT, BUT NOT TO EXCLUDE HIM/HER FROM THE PROGRAM, THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION IS NEEDED: DOES YOUR CHILD WALK IN HIS/HER SLEEP, WET THE BED AT NIGHT, ETC? IF YES, PLEASE SPECIFY ARE THERE ANY FACTORS WHICH MIGHT AFFECT THE HEALTH OF YOUR CHILD; SUCH AS ASTHMA, ALLERGIES, ETC?

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