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Has anyone been successful using singular for hives/angioedema?

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Old 11-07-2006, 11:22 AM   #1
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Has anyone been successful using singular for hives/angioedema?

I am hoping to fall pregnant and have to stop taking plaquenil as the specialist has told me it is not safe enough to use during pregnancy. I was just after any feedback on those who have taken singular and whether or not it worked for them. Unfortunately because the plaquenil has actually worked it is like my security blanket now.

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Old 11-21-2006, 04:53 PM   #2
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Re: Has anyone been successful using singular for hives/angioedema?

All who take Singular please do further research on the drug! My son was on it for 3years. He's now 5. His kindergarden teacher wanted him tested for ADHD. Lots of impulsive behavior problems, trouble sleeping, pale skin with dark circles under the eyes, Nightmares. I found some very upsetting post about Singular and the side effects. My son has been off of it for 2 months and he is a competely different kid. Even his teacher asked what I did. This drug can be like a poison to some people.

Old 11-28-2006, 04:00 PM   #3
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Re: Has anyone been successful using singular for hives/angioedema?

Hi There,

I have had delayed pressure urticaria for 11 years now, I have vasculitic urticaria as well. The only drug that has helped me is plaquenil, it is a wonder drug for me.

I was on singulair for 2 months and it didn't make any impact. Dr tells me if it is going to work, you will see a notice a difference immediately.

Sometimes urticaria improves with pregnancy as hormones play a big part in our condition. Some women find their urticaria is worse just before their period.

You will have to depend on your Dr for guidance as this is a tough one! Good luck to you.


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