Montair LC is fast-acting medicine also known as Anti-Histamine for treating allergic conditions in patients. Also available for kids in the name of Montair LC Kids the product is manufactured by Cipla, India. It is prescribed by doctors for running nose, skin rash, stuffy nose, headache, watery eyes. The active ingredient in Montair LC is Montelukast and Levocetirizine as the active ingredient.
Why Montair LC prescribed?
Montair LC is a non-sedative anti-histamine anti-allergic drug that does not promote sleepiness after taking the medicine. While most of the anti-allergic drugs promote lethargic feeling. Montair LC on a safer side does not promote also available for kids as Montair LC Kids.
Montelukast the active ingredient is a widely accepted medicine for the condition called swelling in the lungs which cause tightening of the lungs and narrowing of the air passage making it difficult to breathing. Montelukast is an oral medicine for such allergen-causing condition eases breathing after taking. Usually prescribed to kids in asthmatic condition (who are unable to use asthma inhaler/mild symptoms of Asthma)
Why does allergy happen?
The most common cause of allergy is dust and pollen inhalation which causes shortness of breath or sometimes a person starts sneezing continuously. Occasionally one of the most common reasons is a seasonal change causing seasonal rhinitis. A combination of Montelukast and Levocetirizine in Montair LC helps in treating the condition as fast as possible.
Conditions in Allergy
Some of the conditions are listed below
- Running nose
- Continuous sneezing
- Stuffy nose
- Watery eye
- Headache with watery eyes
Side effects of Montair LC
Side effects of Montair LC are listed below
- Sore Throat
- Decreased vision
- Increased heartbeat
- Skin rash
- Dry mouth
- Nose bleeding (some rare cases if you having very long, you must reach your doctor urgently)
Precautions from Montair LC
- Avoid using any kind of Asprin without consulting your doctor.
- It is a prescription medicine do not take without consulting a specialized doctor.
- Avoid if you have hypertension and taking hypertension drugs
- Kidney conditions