Benadryl

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Synonyms for Benadryl

antihistamine (trade name Benadryl) used to treat allergic reactions involving the nasal passages (hay fever) and also to treat motion sickness

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Limiting your use of anticholinergic medications (for example, over-the-counter meds such as Benedryl and other sedating antihistamines, as well as prescription meds, such as those prescribed for an overactive bladder) may help to protect you from cognitive impairment.
I've always wondered what combining Benedryl with lemons and oranges would produce.
A one-time dose of antihistamine such as Benedryl can often relieve symptoms.
After living on concentrated doses of Benedryl and Claritin, the final blotch disappeared and the last blister popped.
A familiar drug that's not recommended for seniors is the decongestant and allergy drug diphenhydramine, better known as Benedryl, because it can have an extra sedative effect and cause confusion.
It was a full week, and 20 or so doses of Benedryl later, before my ear had shrunk back to its usual size.
The makers of Benedryl Allergy Relief, a non-sedative antihistamine, have published an information booklet on allergy.
Benedryl (diphenhydramine) is an antihistamine that is useful for allergies and some allergic reactions.