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Drug family: Antiasthmatics
WHEN IS SINGULAIR PRESCRIBED?
This medication is an anti-asthmatic of the anti-leukotriene family. It acts by blocking the leukotriene receptors, substances produced by various cells of the body and which contribute to the inflammation and contraction of the bronchi in asthmatics. It can help relieve the symptoms of seasonal allergic rhinitis at the same time.
It is used in :
the treatment of asthma, in addition to the usual treatments (inhaled corticoid, bronchodilator) in patients insufficiently controlled by their treatment;
preventive treatment of exercise-induced asthma.
Granules and chewable tablets are also used as an alternative to low-dose inhaled corticosteroid treatment in asthma, in children who have not had a recent asthma attack and who are unable to use inhaled corticosteroids.
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This medicine is not suitable for the treatment of asthma attacks. In case of an attack, you should always have a rapid onset, short duration inhaled bronchodilator.
Worsening asthma may be an indication of infection: consult your doctor.
Neuropsychiatric effects (including agitation, aggression or depression) have been reported with treatment in both children and adults. Talk to your doctor if you develop behavioral or mood problems.
Chewable tablets should be used with caution in cases of phenylketonuria (presence of aspartame).
Caution: DriverIf you are going to drive or operate hazardous machinery, make sure that this medication does not affect your alertness.
SINGULAIR INTERACTIONS WITH OTHER SUBSTANCES
This drug may interact with drugs containing phenytoin, phenobarbital or rifampin.
FERTILITY, PREGNANCY AND LACTATION
The effect of this drug during pregnancy or lactation is not well known: only your doctor can evaluate the possible risk of its use in your case.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE AND DOSAGE OF SINGULAIR
This medication should preferably be taken in the evening.
The contents of the sachets can be taken directly into the mouth or mixed with a spoonful of cold or room temperature food, during or outside of meals.
Chewable tablets should be taken at least 1 hour before or 2 hours after meals.
The 10 mg tablet may be taken with or without food.
USUAL DOSAGE :
Adults and children over 15 years of age: 1 tablet of 10 mg per day.
Children from 6 to 14 years old: 1 chewable tablet at 5 mg per day.
Children from 2 years to 5 years: 1 chewable tablet or 1 sachet at 4 mg per day.
Children from 2 years to 6 months: 1 sachet at 4 mg per day, only in the background treatment of asthma in addition to the usual treatments.
The effect of the medicine on asthma symptoms is apparent from the first day of use. The treatment should be continued even when the asthma is stabilized, as well as during periods of aggravation.
If you have pain or fever, it is recommended that you do not take aspirin or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) if they make your asthma worse.
POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS OF SINGULAIR
In clinical studies: headache, abdominal pain, thirst. Other adverse reactions have been reported since the drug was marketed.
Common (more than 10% of patients): increased transaminases.
Infrequent (less than 1% of patients): abnormal dreams, nightmares, insomnia or drowsiness, sleepwalking, irritability, anxiety, restlessness, depression, irritability, dizziness, tingling, convulsions, nosebleed, digestive disorders, dry mouth, bruising, hives, itching, joint or muscle pain, cramps, fatigue, malaise, bedwetting in children, allergic reaction
Rare: attention or memory problems, tics, tremors, palpitations, increased bleeding time
Very rare: stuttering, hallucinations, disorientation, suicidal thoughts, hepatitis