Mast e side effects

 
The drowsiness associated with diphenhydramine may reduce over time with continued use. However, the sedative properties may affect the performance of working dogs, making it an unsuitable choice. In rare cases, it could cause paradoxical excitement.

Dogs who receive cetirizine may vomit or salivate excessively, but because it doesn’t cross the blood-brain barrier as readily, unwanted effects such as drowsiness should not occur.

If serious adverse effects begin to develop, for example an allergic reaction, seek immediate veterinary care. Look out for typical allergy symptoms such as itching, difficulty breathing, rashes, hives, rapid heartbeat, and sneezing. Severe cases should be treated as medical emergencies.

Overdose:

Though it’s often safe to use diphenhydramine for allergies, anxiety, and a variety of other conditions, an overdose could be dangerous. Despite the potential dangers, dogs have survived (with hospitalization) up to 16 times greater than the recommended dose, so if you act fast, recovery is likely. Overdose symptoms may include muscle tremors, a rapid or irregular heartbeat, breathing difficulties, extreme fatigue, confusion, and a high temperature. High blood pressure is also possible following an overdose, which could lead to circling, seizures, and disorientation among other signs.

If you suspect an overdose. seek immediate veterinary care or call the ASPCA poison control hotline on (888) 426-4435. Do not attempt to make your dog vomit unless you have been instructed to do so by a professional.

Instead of using diazepam and barbiturates for treating seizures caused by overdose, an IV injection of phenytoin is often recommended. Other treatments for overdose includes inducing vomiting (if the dog is stable), the use of activated charcoal, physostigmine (a drug commonly used to treat anticholinergic poisoning), and intravenous lipids.

As a statistic, out of 621 dogs reported to have been suffering an overdose of diphenhydramine between 2008 and 2013, only 3 cases were fatal.
 

our 17 year old cairn terrier has been on Apoquel for 4 mos. the itching, decreased but never stopped. He has been lethargic, urinating more then usual. He has urinated in front of me, also not wanting to stay outside, or even go outside. which is causing more messes to clean up. He has had two seizures which he has never had his whole life. I believe it is the medication that has caused them. He takes mg. tablets, we decreased it to 1/2, he is still having all the symptoms I have described but the seizures started at 1/2 the dose. I am very much convinced Apoquel has caused the seizures.

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The following side effects have been reported as hypersensitivity reactions: erythema multiforme (Stevens-Johnson syndrome), exfoliative dermatitis, epidermal necrolysis (Lyell's syndrome) with corneal damage, drug rash with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms (DRESS), anaphylaxis , serum sickness syndrome, pneumonitis (with or without eosinophilia), vasculitis, fibrosing alveolitis, pleuritis, pericarditis (with or without tamponade), allergic myocarditis, polyarteritis nodosa, lupus erythematosus-like syndrome, hepatitis and hepatic necrosis (with or without immune complexes), fulminant hepatitis (sometimes leading to liver transplantation), parapsoriasis varioliformis acuta (Mucha-Haberman syndrome), rhabdomyolysis, photosensitization, arthralgia, periorbital edema, conjunctival and scleral injection, alopecia, and interstitial lung disease.

Anaphylaxis was reported during postmarketing experience with the use of products containing or metabolized to mesalamine. [ Ref ]

Mast e side effects

mast e side effects

The following side effects have been reported as hypersensitivity reactions: erythema multiforme (Stevens-Johnson syndrome), exfoliative dermatitis, epidermal necrolysis (Lyell's syndrome) with corneal damage, drug rash with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms (DRESS), anaphylaxis , serum sickness syndrome, pneumonitis (with or without eosinophilia), vasculitis, fibrosing alveolitis, pleuritis, pericarditis (with or without tamponade), allergic myocarditis, polyarteritis nodosa, lupus erythematosus-like syndrome, hepatitis and hepatic necrosis (with or without immune complexes), fulminant hepatitis (sometimes leading to liver transplantation), parapsoriasis varioliformis acuta (Mucha-Haberman syndrome), rhabdomyolysis, photosensitization, arthralgia, periorbital edema, conjunctival and scleral injection, alopecia, and interstitial lung disease.

Anaphylaxis was reported during postmarketing experience with the use of products containing or metabolized to mesalamine. [ Ref ]

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