This article contains information about medications used to treat medical conditions.
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The following list includes all drugs that have been approved for use in humans to treat an allergy: Allergen therapy medications: Allergy treatment medications have been shown to reduce the severity of asthma, allergies and allergic rhinitis.
Some have been proven to reduce swelling and inflammation in the airways.
Allergenic inhalers: They can reduce the swelling and irritation caused by allergic rhinosinusitis and allergic asthma.
Allergy therapy nasal sprays: These nasal spray are used to control allergic rhino sinus congestion.
Allergies to some drugs and medical conditions may also be treated with allergy treatment.
Allergic bronchial asthma: These medications help to reduce asthma symptoms.
Allotaxin (allostearin) nasal spray: This is a nasal spray that reduces symptoms of asthma.
Arthritis medication: Some medicines that help to treat osteoarthritis have also been shown in research to reduce symptoms of osteoarthropathy.
The arthritis medication, metformin, may also reduce the symptoms of the arthritis.
Asthma medication: The asthma medication, fosamprenavir, has been shown not to have any effect on asthma in humans.
Antiviral drugs: Some antiviral drugs, such as amantadine and moxidectin, are also used to prevent or treat certain types of infections.
Some antibiotics are prescribed for specific conditions, such, pneumonia, diarrhea, urinary tract infections.
Antibiotics are usually taken by mouth, not injected.
Other drugs that may be prescribed to reduce allergy symptoms include certain antibiotics, such.
benzodiazepines: These drugs are often prescribed to control anxiety and panic disorder.
These drugs can cause respiratory depression and breathing difficulties.
Some people have been prescribed these drugs.
Benzodiazepine allergy medication: Certain drugs, including those that have a sedative effect, have been found to cause allergic symptoms in some people.
These include sedatives, sleeping pills, and anticonvulsants.
Other medications: Certain antibiotics can be used to lower symptoms of allergy.
These can include certain antihistamines, such colloidal silver and clindamycin.