Benadryl and Kidney Disease
Benadryl is one of the most commonly used over the counter medications. It can be taken orally for allergy symptoms.
It can be taken orally for allergy symptoms. It can also be applied topically, in cream form, for itchiness caused by an allergic reaction.
What Is Benadryl Used For?
Benadryl is a first generation antihistamine. Which means that it’s an older medication and that there have been other antihistamines discovered or created and made available.
What Is the Active Ingredient in Benadryl?
The ingredient in Benadryl is diphenhydramine. You can also find this ingredient in a number of cold and sinus medications.
Is Benadryl Safe for Kidney Patients?
Benadryl, like all medications, comes with some side effects. One of the side effects of Benadryl is that it is an anticholinergic.
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