What's the difference between Allegra and Benadryl?

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Answered: What is the active ingredient in benadryl?

The classic Benadryl is diphenhydramine, an anti-histamine. There are also some Benadryl products with other ingredients, such as Benadryl-D that also contains phenylephedrine, a decongestant.

Answered: I am giving Allegra to my 6 year old

If you give two times a day - the first time interval of 10 hours and the second 14 hours between taking the pill, it's okay. For details on using Allegra children read here - www.tabletsmanual.com/online/allegra
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Answered: What a ssn

A SSN (Social Security number) is issued for identification of your income tax records, and your credited work history toward receiving Social Security payments. You need to be a US citizen, or to have an immigration status that permits you to work in the US. Banks will usually ask for your SSN.

Answered: Questions about Benadryl used as a Sleep Aid

When you suffer an allergic reaction all you can think about is getting relief. That’s why Benadryl has developed a range of products that are specifically designed to help relieve your symptoms. Whether you want a solution that works quickly to allow you to get on with your everyday life, or a one ...

Answered: What is the difference between stna & cna.

STNA (State Tested Nurse's Assistant) and CNA (Certified Nurse's Assistant) would be basically the same thing. Depends on what state you're in as to what you're called.
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