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Xyzal Information

Xyzal is a prescription drug, available for use as Tablet, Syrup. Allergy, Allergic Rhinitis, Common Cold are some of its major therapeutic uses. Other than this, Xyzal has some other therapeutic uses, which have been discussed ahead.

The correct dosage of Xyzal depends on the patient's age, gender, and medical history. Individual symptoms and route of administration also determines the right dosage. For detailed information on this, read through the dosage section.

Apart from the aforementioned side effects, Xyzal can also lead to other problems, which have been listed below. These side effects of Xyzal are usually temporary and subside with the completion of treatment. However, if these continue for a longer time, consult your doctor right away.

In addition, Xyzal's effect is Safe during pregnancy and Mild for lactating mothers. It is important to know if Xyzal has any effect on the kidney, liver and heart. Information on such adverse effects, if any, has been given in the Xyzal related warnings section.

Other contraindications of Xyzal have been discussed in the sections ahead.

Besides this, Xyzal may also have severe interaction with some medicines. See below for a complete list.

In addition to the above precautions for Xyzal, it is important to know that it is not safe while driving, and is not habit-forming.

  1. Xyzal Benefits & Uses
  2. Xyzal Dosage & How to Take
  3. Xyzal Side Effects
  4. Xyzal Related Warnings
  5. Severe Interaction of Xyzal with Other Drugs
  6. Xyzal Contraindications
  7. Frequently asked Questions about Xyzal
  8. Xyzal Interactions with Food and Alcohol

Xyzal Benefits & Uses

Xyzal is used to treat the following -

  1. Allergy Primary
  2. Allergic Rhinitis Primary
  3. Urticaria Pigmentosa
  4. Hives
  5. Phlegm
  6. Itching
  7. Common Cold Primary

Xyzal Dosage & How to Take

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Ingredients of Xyzal


Xyzal Side Effects

Based on research, the following side effects have been observed when Xyzal is used -

  1. Drowsiness
  2. Diarrhoea
  3. Nasal congestion
  4. Nausea or vomiting
  5. Cough Mild
  6. Fatigue Mild
  7. Pharyngitis
  8. Agitation
  9. Infection
  10. Fever Mild
  11. Constipation Moderate
  12. Angioedema Severe
  13. Seizures (uncontrollable jerking of limbs)
  14. Anaphylactic reaction
  15. Visual Disturbance

Xyzal Related Warnings

Is the use of Xyzal safe for pregnant women?

Pregnant women can take Xyzal without worrying about any side effects.


Is the use of Xyzal safe during breastfeeding?

Side effects of Xyzal for breastfeeding are little to none, so you can take it without doctor's advice.


What is the effect of Xyzal on the Kidneys?

Xyzal may have mild side effects on the kidneys.


What is the effect of Xyzal on the Liver?

There are no any side effects of Xyzal on the liver.


What is the effect of Xyzal on the Heart?

You can take Xyzal without any fear of damage to the heart.


Severe Interaction of Xyzal with Other Drugs

Xyzal should not be taken with following medicines due to severe side effects it may cause to patients -

Xyzal Contraindications

If you are suffering from any of the following diseases, you should not take Xyzal unless your doctor advises you to do so -

  1. Kidney Disease
  2. Bladder Infection
  3. Bladder Cancer

Frequently asked Questions about Xyzal

Is this Xyzal habit forming or addictive?

Xyzal does not cause addiction.


Is it safe to drive or operate heavy machinery when consuming?

You may feel sleepy or tired after taking Xyzal. So it is best to avoid driving.


Is it safe?

Yes, but take Xyzal only as per medical advice.

Safe, but take only on Doctor's advise

Is it able to treat mental disorders?

No, Xyzal is not used to treat mental disorders.


Xyzal Interactions with Food and Alcohol

Interaction between Food and Xyzal

You can take Xyzal with food.


Interaction between Alcohol and Xyzal

Taking Xyzal with alcohol can have severely harmful effects on your health.


Xyzal FAQs

Question over 1 year ago

Can I take Xyzal with montelukast?

Dr. K. M. Bhatt MBBS, PG Dip , General Physician

Yes, Xyzal can be taken with montelukast. As per clinical studies, no harmful interaction has been reported after taking them. However, do not take it without doctors advise. A fixed-dose combination of [Medicinie] and montelukast is available in the market which is used in the treatment of respiratory tract inflammation.

Question almost 2 years ago

Can I take Xyzal without consulting a doctor?

Dr. Ramraj MBBS , Other

Xyzal is a prescription drug so do not take it without a consulting doctor. It can be harmful for the patient to take this medicine without a doctor's recommendation.

Question over 1 year ago

Can I take Xyzal with ambroxol?

Dr. Uday Nath Sahoo MBBS , Internal Medicine

Yes, Xyzal can be taken with ambroxol. No harmful drug interaction has been reported after taking this drug. However, if you feel any discomfort or unpleasant effects after taking this drug please consult your doctor.

Question over 1 year ago

Does Xyzal cause high blood pressure?

Dr. Uday Nath Sahoo MBBS , Internal Medicine

No, taking Xyzal does not cause high blood pressure. However, if you are experiencing fluctuations in blood pressure while taking this drug. Do not delay, inform your doctor immediately.

Question almost 2 years ago

Is Xyzal safe?

Dr. Kuldeep Meena MBBS, MD , Pulmonology

Yes, Xyzal is safe to use, if taken in the prescribed amount for a specified time as advised by the doctor. However, very few side effects are observed such as drowsiness, diarrhea, constipation, weakness, and tiredness.

This medicine data has been created by -
Vikas Chauhan
B.Pharma, Pharmacy
3 Years of Experience


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