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Considering taking medication to treat Chronic Idiopathic Urticaria? Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Chronic Idiopathic Urticaria. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

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Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
Xyzal oral     350 User Reviews
Zyrtec oral     316 User Reviews
Xolair subcutaneous     121 User Reviews
Claritin oral     105 User Reviews
fexofenadine oral     94 User Reviews
loratadine oral     90 User Reviews
cetirizine oral     63 User Reviews
levocetirizine oral     46 User Reviews
desipramine oral     40 User Reviews
Clarinex oral     35 User Reviews
Norpramin oral     22 User Reviews
Allegra Allergy oral     11 User Reviews
Aller-Tec oral     9 User Reviews
Claritin RediTabs oral     8 User Reviews
Wal-Zyr oral     8 User Reviews
Alavert oral     6 User Reviews
Children's Claritin oral     6 User Reviews
desloratadine oral     4 User Reviews
Aller-Fex oral     4 User Reviews
omalizumab subcutaneous     3 User Reviews
Children's Allegra Allergy oral     3 User Reviews
Loradamed oral     2 User Reviews
Allergy Relief (cetirizine) oral     2 User Reviews
Aller-ease oral     2 User Reviews
Wal-itin oral     1 User Reviews
Allerclear oral     1 User Reviews
All Day Allergy (cetirizine) oral     1 User Reviews
All Day Allergy Relief (cetirizine) oral     1 User Reviews
Claritin Liqui-Gel oral     1 User Reviews
Wal-Fex Allergy oral     1 User Reviews
Children's Cetirizine oral     1 User Reviews
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Children's Clear-Atadine oral     Be the first to review it
Children's All Day Allergy (cetirizine) oral     Be the first to review it
Non-Drowsy Allergy oral     Be the first to review it
Children's Zyrtec Allergy oral     Be the first to review it
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Children's Wal-Zyr oral     Be the first to review it
Children's Allergy Relief (cetirizine) oral     Be the first to review it
Allergy Relief (fexofenadine) oral     Be the first to review it
Children's Allergy (cetirizine) oral     Be the first to review it
Children's Allergy Complete oral     Be the first to review it
Allergy Relief (loratadine) oral     Be the first to review it

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