health mart allergy and congestion loratadine, Pseudoephedrine sulfate

Get an overview of HEALTH MART ALLERGY AND CONGESTION (loratadine, pseudoephedrine sulfate tablet, film coated, extended release), including its generic name, formulation (i.e. pill, oral solution, injection, inhaled medicine) and why it’s used. The medication in health mart allergy and congestion can be sold under different names.

Refer to the “Also Known As” section to reference different products that include the same medication as health mart allergy and congestion.

Drug Basics

Brand Name: health mart allergy and congestion

Generic Name: LORATADINE, PSEUDOEPHEDRINE SULFATE

Drug Type: HUMAN OTC DRUG

Route: ORAL

Dosage Form: TABLET, FILM COATED, EXTENDED RELEASE

Data Current As Of: 2019-09-02

active ingredients (in each tablet)

Loratadine 5 mg

Pseudoephedrine sulfate 120 mg

purpose

Antihistamine

Nasal decongestant

uses

  • temporarily relieves these symptoms due to hay fever or other upper respiratory allergies:
  • sneezing
  • itchy, watery eyes
  • runny nose
  • itching of the nose or throat
  • temporarily relieves nasal congestion due to the common cold, hay fever or other upper respiratory allergies
  • reduces swelling of nasal passages
  • temporarily relieves sinus congestion and pressure
  • temporarily restores freer breathing through the nose

warnings

do not use

  • if you have ever had an allergic reaction to this product or any of its ingredients
  • if you are now taking a prescription monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI) (certain drugs for depression, psychiatric, or emotional conditions, or Parkinson’s disease), or for 2 weeks after stopping the MAOI drug. If you do not know if your prescription drug contains an MAOI, ask a doctor or pharmacist before taking this product.

ask a doctor before use if you have

when using this product do not take more than directed.

Taking more than directed may cause drowsiness.

stop use & ask a doctor if

  • an allergic reaction to this product occurs. Seek medical help right away.
  • symptoms do not improve within 7 days or are accompanied by a fever
  • nervousness, dizziness or sleeplessness occurs

if pregnant or breast-feeding,

ask a health professional before use.

keep out of reach of children.

In case of overdose, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away (1-800-222-1222).

directions

  • do not divide, crush, chew or dissolve the tablet

adults and children 12 years and over

1 tablet every 12 hours; not more than 2 tablets in 24 hours

children under 12 years of age

ask a doctor

consumers with liver or kidney disease

ask a doctor

other information

  • each tablet contains: calcium 25 mg
  • do not use if blister unit is broken or torn
  • store between 20° to 25°C (68° to 77°F)
  • keep in a dry place

inactive ingredients

croscarmellose sodium, dibasic calcium phosphate, hypromellose, lactose monohydrate, magnesium stearate, pharmaceutical ink, povidone, titanium dioxide

questions or comments?

1-800-719-9260

package / label principal display panel

Compare to Claritin-D® 12 hour Extended Release Tablets active ingredients

NON-DROWSY*

Allergy & Congestion

Pseudoephedrine Sulfate 120 mg/Loratadine 5 mg Extended Release Tablets

Nasal Decongestant/Antihistamine

12 Hour Relief of:

Nasal and Sinus Congestion Due to Colds or Allergies

Sneezing – Runny Nose – Itchy, Watery Eyes

Itchy Throat or Nose Due to Allergies

ACTUAL SIZE

Indoor & Outdoor Allergies – Gluten Free

20 Extended Release Tablets

*When taken as directed. See Drug Facts Panel.

also known as

This drug label information is as submitted to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and is intended for informational purposes only. If you think you may have a medical emergency, immediately call your doctor or dial 911. You are encouraged to report negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit the FDA MedWatch website or call 1-800-FDA-1088.
Search Drugs and Medication

Or Browse by Name

Top Reads
  • Learn about drugs going generic in 2021 and how you may be able to save money on common prescription medication by switching to drugs coming off-patent.
    November 20, 2019
  • To make sure your medicines work as they should, here are some of the most common food-and-drug combinations to avoid.
    October 22, 2015
  • Get a list of the top 50 prescription drugs out of the annual 3 billion prescriptions filled at U.S. pharmacies.
    September 5, 2019
  • While medications are extremely useful in treating various diseases and conditions, sometimes they can cause unwanted side effects—one of which can be sexual dysfunction. Talk to your doctor if you’re taking any of these common medications that affect sex drive.
    September 23, 2016
  • Here’s a look at the most commonly abused prescription drugs.
    October 30, 2014

Love the Doctor Who Prescribed This Medication?

Top Drugs
  • Digestive health drugs manage diseases, disorders and conditions of the gastrointesinal system. They provide treatment and symptom relief for functional and structural problems with digestive organs.
  • Antibiotic, antifungal and antiviral drugs treat infectious diseases. They kill or stop the growth of microorganisms, including bacteria, fungi and viruses.
  • Birth control medications are a form of contraception. They contain either a combination of estrogen and progestin or progestin alone. There are several forms of these hormones, but most combination products contain estrogen, ethinyl estradiol, and a progestin. They work by preventing ovulation and inhibiting fertilization and implantation.
  • Mental health drugs treat conditions that affect emotional, psychological and social well-being. Doctors frequently use mental health drugs in combination with various forms of therapy to help people manage these conditions.