Anyone see behavior problems with singulair or zyrtec?

Stephanie - posted on 12/12/2008 ( 131 moms have responded )

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Just wondering...my son became a monster on these.

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Kim - posted on 05/01/2012

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I want to be clear that I am not saying that Zyrtec is a bad drug and nobody should take it. It did wonders for my son's symptoms, but we had those "rare" behavioral side effects. My son was only on it for a month before we figured it out, some kids are on it for years with these same side effects.



For anyone thinking about Zyrtec for their children, or anyone thinking that Zyrtec is causing behavioral issues... I found a great website with 24 pages (about 50 posts per page) of complaints about side effects on Zyrtec. I went looking because I was getting emails from teachers about my smart, normally easy going son. He was not able to concentrate at school, wasn't completing his work, and started saying he hated school and didn't want to go. My first thought was that something was happening at school that was causing him stress. Then I started exploring possible dyslexia symptoms to see if we needed to have him to tested for that. Then I started thinking maybe it was ADD or ADHD... It was horrible. We were punishing my son for not trying at school and misbehaving at home. Whiny, irritable, depressed, would cry at anything, anxious, unable to focus, complained of stomach aches and headaches (I thought he was trying to get out of school), more aggressive than normal with his siblings. Over and over again on this website, you see parents say they had these symptoms and thought their children needed psychiatric treatment. Some even went so far as to start medications to correct their behavior. So many of them say they took their children off of Zyrtec and there were miraculous changes in their child's behavior. Many weren't warned about these possible side effects, doctors told them it couldn't possibly be Zyrtec because it is totally safe.



I had no idea this was an issue. We have been on Singulair as well, but for a longer period of time. I took my son off of both of those medications. The second morning after his last dose, he was a happy boy first thing in the morning. There were no arguments about going to school. I want to cry thinking about all this time that these have been affecting him. I asked him this morning if he felt any different, and he said he felt like he didn't have a brain before. He said his headache is gone and he can think again. He's only 6 and understands he felt weird, but didn't know how to tell me. So sad...



ETA: This is the website http://www.askapatient.com/viewrating.as...

Claudia - posted on 08/22/2013

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Hi moms Who anyone know some kind of homeopatic treatament for kids..is terrible that my little girl never sleep well...she has allergic rhinitis.please help me......sorry for my english

Erinn - posted on 05/09/2013

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I'm so glad to have read this. I just switched my 2 yr old son over from lortadine to the Zyrtec because I didn't think it was helping his allergies. And we have noticed an increase of him being angry, aggressive and just down right mean. He's a very easy going sweet kid normally. I will be stopping this med immediately! I'd like to see what he'd do with NO meds. Lord knows I tend to overmedicate my kids with the smallest sniffle! :)

Michbella - posted on 12/03/2012

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I just wanted to post to all the parents out there, this drug made my son agressive, angry, and just plain disrespectfu! He became a mean and nasty boy. My husband and I have had sleepless nights on what happend to our son. I just wanted to post this to help avoid this to happen to anyone else. We have gone through months of hell, thinking we went wrong or that our son was possessed!! I wish I researched this BEFORE I trusted my pediatrician!!! Do they not research this drug before prescribing it??? really?? I almost had him evaluated by a psycologist!!! What a difference after the 4 days!!! My boy is back!!

Barbara - posted on 03/03/2014

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My daughter became an absolute terror while taking Zyrtec. She started this medication after her 3 year old check up when the pediatrician encouraged me to give it to her for her newly acquired allergy symptoms. The pediatrician explained to me that this was the "safest" medication on the market for children suffering with allergies. She is now 4.

I am so very sorry that it took me this long to figure out why my once outgoing, loving, fun, happy daughter was changing into a mean little girl. I laid awake night after night not understanding it AT ALL. I thought it was because we had a new baby girl in the family and she was jealous, I thought it was the "terrible" 3's, I made up every excuse in my head till it dawned on me that the only change in the past year was this medication. As I started researching, I have seen countless blogs, posts, & sites dedicated to the negative side effects of this drug that no one ever talks about.

As a mom and a nurse, I am disappointed in myself that I didn't do my research into Zyrtec before I started my daughter on it. I took her off the medication 3 nights ago and I already see a vast improvement in her behavior. Her allergy symptoms have come back but I will look for a more natural alternative way to treat them now.

I hope my post helps another mom/parent out there just like me that was struggling until I found websites/posts like this one!

Good luck mamas!!!! Here's to happy, healthier kids!

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Courtney - posted 5 days ago

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We do not have a problem but zyrtec I am told is best to be given in the evening as it can make some people tired hence the bad behavior??@!

Stacey - posted on 08/01/2014

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My son is not able to take ANY oral allergy meds...this is the first year I tried him on nasal steroids and what a dramatic change...he was calm, reasonable, pl easant and seemed to enjoy life..our pediatrician was on vacation when I needed to bring my son in and he suggested we try vasoline around the inside rim of his nostrils to catch a good many of the pollen before they enter his sinuses...we started it before bed and noticed far fewer mornings of waking up itchy eyed, nosed and congestion...so we started to use it during the day when he went out to play, it actually helped us cut down on needing to use the nasal steroids. Smart old school Doctor...

Michele - posted on 07/23/2014

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I know you all have young children but I have a 28 year old son who has autism and seasonal allergies. We have given him zyrtec in the past and hadn't really noticed any problems but this year we have. I noticed that he was acting just like he reacted to stimulant drugs the doctor had tried him on in the past. i.e adderall, cylert, geodon, abilify... he became moody, aggressive, self-injurious, sad, irritable... basically everything everyone else has mentioned. It dawned on me tonight, that many people react to antihistamines the same way the react to these other drugs I've mentioned. So after my epiphany and reading this I will be taking my normally sweet, loving young man off of the zyrtec. Zyrtec obviously has the same effects on some adults as well!

John - posted on 07/04/2014

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I needed to chime in on this.

My son has been on Generic Singular for roughly 2 years. Recently the local pharmacy changed suppliers and a completely different child. ie. complete mental breakdown, crying over nothing at all, 1 year old style temper tantrums. Called up the pharmacy, they gave him a different "brand" generic and within a day a completely different child.

Nicole - posted on 05/09/2014

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My son has been on Claritin with no side effects… Singular made him crazy, defiant, afraid of wind, he started wetting himself. My doctor suggested that Zyrtec may work better for allergies but I am hesitant as he has had bad behavioral effects from Singular, QVAR, Flovent and Pulmicort. Claritin doesn't bother him at all.

Jennifer - posted on 05/05/2014

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I have heard good things about essential oils, but have not tried them personally. Hopefully someone on here will have more info.

Jennifer - posted on 05/05/2014

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I'm so glad I am not crazy! My toddler (2) has been on Zyrtec off and on since she was 9 months old. But recently, I got the go ahead to give it to her nightly, because it's been so dry and windy. So for about a month she has been on it. Over the month she became very irritable, clingy, extremely paranoid about bugs and specks that she thought were bugs (lint, dust, scratch on the wall. Etc), and she started having nightmares. She all of the sudden has not wanted to play with kids....she became mean and withdrawn. I chalked it up to a phase. Well I called the Doctor to see if her behavior was normal. She said to take LO off the Zyrtec just to see. Sure enough....3 days later and I am starting to see my sweet girl come back to life. She is still a bit afraid of bugs, but her reaction is not as dramatic. She has been playing with her friends and not so clingy. So strange how a safe medication affects kids differently. Now my only problem is what now? She still has BAD allergy flair ups, that always lead to ear infections if I don't give her allergy meds. Doctor said to try Claritin, but to am afraid. Any experience using Claritin and finding the same symptoms?

Cathy - posted on 03/19/2014

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It happens with any meds....only give them if absolutely necessary. Thanks for replying

Tonja - posted on 03/04/2014

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Don't freak out! Don't think that it's you as a mom! It's prob the meds! My son acts completely out of control when on antibiotics. I was to the point where I was going to take him for a child psych evaluation then I realized the trend. It will pass u just have to change the med or take him off for a while... Hang in there!

Lisa S - posted on 01/02/2014

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my grandson was given zyrtec for allergy symptoms by the allergy doctor. After taking it for 3 days I noticed that he was being extremely aggressive. I called the doctor office to tell them I thought the medication was causing this behavior and I wanted him put on claritin, the nurse laughed when I told her about his behavior. She said alot of kids react like that. I was angry that the dr prescribed this knowing the reaction a lot of kids have

Laura - posted on 12/23/2013

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For everyone who had problems and was looking for other solutions, including homeopathy, did you have any success? I am concerned about using Zyrtec (1/2 teaspoon once a week when my daughter is around a dog), but I don't have better ideas. Claritin did not seem effective for her. She has had allergy testing, so we keep her off eggs, but she also has dust and tree/grass allergies, plus quite a strong reaction to dogs.

Thanks for any natural ideas.

Myra - posted on 12/21/2013

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my daughter who is 13 has been taking zyrtec and singulair due to asthma and allergies for about 2 years now. the only thing I've noticed was her very sleepy, so i just give it to her in the evenings.

Missy - posted on 12/14/2013

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What ingredient in Zyrtec is making your children aggressive? Did any of you talk to your Dr? Also, Benedryl is not supposed to be used daily.

Faye - posted on 12/13/2013

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im glad i found this site.my daughter has been on zyrtec and singulair for about 6 months now,and on allergy shots.At first, i noticed a change in behavior like very irritable,ill and staying unfocused especially on school stuff.These observations got me really when her teacher started sending me emails regarding her being unfocused in school,got really concerned she is a smart kid and her school performance is being affected.These plan of care has helped her a lot though specially in controlling her allergy symptoms.I think i will stop all of these after talking to her doctor.

Deanna - posted on 11/22/2013

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I had my daughter on Zyrtec and she started acting out uncontrollably, nightmares, aggressive, ill content. I have always heard tht local honey is great for allergies and natural so I am switching her to that.

Randi - posted on 11/04/2013

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Glad my experience could give you a reference. I really really m happy with Benadryl right after the bath because after the bath and washing her hair the pollen and all the other crap gets into her I eyes , nose and mouth is the worst so I just give her Benadryl" it's also good when your child has a head cold w/ runny nose. Also my daughter touched peanut butter and if I did not give her benadryln it would have got worse and she would have gone into shock, it's just good to have around.

Ogni - posted on 09/20/2013

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NEVER use Zrytec!
We gave Zrytec to our 2,5 years old son and his mood changed so drastically on the first day. He woke up in the middle of the night and he was constantly screaming, crying and hitting. He was on antibiotics for ear infection. Perhaps when combined with antibiotics or alone Zrytec is a scary medicine.

Here are some links pointing out the issues with Zrytec:
http://www.mamapedia.com/article/unusual...
http://www.mothering.com/community/t/689...
http://www.askapatient.com/mobile/viewra...

Melinda - posted on 08/28/2013

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We have our son on Aerius once daily as our Pulmonologist said the Benedryl is not meant to be taken daily. Just some info from Dr.Zub:)

Melinda - posted on 08/28/2013

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Singular was horrible for our son he was 4 at the time and was on his nebulizer af ew times a day - constant meldowns to say the least. He's now been on Symbacort for a year and a half and is doing absolutley awesome. No side effects for him, everyone's different though. Good Luck

Ashley - posted on 08/27/2013

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glad I stumbled upon this post even thought it is older.....my son suffers from a unknown skin issue...we are currently n 10mg Zyrtec day n night alsom 10mg atrax in the orning and 20mg at bedtime..we started this regimnent during the summer...yes I have notied aggression to the point where he has been hitting his brother n sister...also we are having horrible behavior issues in the mornings at school...this morning will b his last dose I will stick with bynadryl from now on.................hopefully this is the issue..and not something else behind the closed door which he refuses to talk about

Julie - posted on 07/20/2013

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I am SO thankful to have read this. My five-year-old little boy was prescribed this a week ago and has been acting soo strange, almost like a baby! I took him off of it two days ago. I hope it goes away soon. Freaking me out and making me sad. It was so scary I took him to the ER. Of course ER doctor didn't/wouldn't say it could be from that. Hope it gets out of his system soon! AWFUL stuff!

Randi - posted on 07/06/2013

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I am very happy with using Benadryl once a day after bath because my child's allergies r the worst at that time. After being outside or playing or whatever I give her a bath and her doctor explained to me that they might be the worst at that time because u are washing all the pollen and other stuff that sticks to her hair and then I m washing it in her face. It made spence so after her bath I give her one dose of Benadryl and she is doing good now also when she has post nasal drip and it causes her to get a hacking coughs it takes that away also. I find Benadryl is the best for my child and it is easy on the liver. Zyrtec made my daughter a zombie and nauseous. Singular is hard on the liver and did the same to her as Zyrtec. Good luck with this.

Laurie - posted on 07/05/2013

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My son starting stuttering badly after taking a dose of Zyrtec. He quit taking it and it has pretty much gone away. Zyrtec is some scary stuff!

Christina - posted on 05/29/2013

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to all parents take ur kids off the Zyrtec very damaging stuff can cause them to do stuff they would never do... im a parent of 5 kids and all 4 on it were having very bad effects of anger.. hitting us. 9 month old tantrums and trying to scratch us .... put your children on clariton if you have to.. PLEASE TAKE UR KIDS OFF ZYRTEC BEFORE THEY DO SOMETHING THEY CAN NOT CONTROL.................ITS IN YOUR HANDS TO HELP THEM...

Randi - posted on 05/18/2013

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I used Zyrtec only one day my child is two and was mean and nasty all day then when it came to be around 5:00pm she was like a zombie. Then after putting her to bed she woke up every two hours screaming and acting crazy, she was un able to be consoled. I will stick with Benadryl after her bath the pollen washes out of her hair and her clothes so her allergies are the worst so I give it to her then, no side affects, some kids get a little drowsy but nothing half as bad as Zyrtec. Hope this helps!,

Sharon - posted on 05/03/2013

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hi
I have just taken my son off cetirizine because he was behaving like the devil. Angry, aggressive, argumentative and unreasonable, violent. Nearly stabbed me with a pair of scissors. I recently clicked (due to the awful weather) he only started with his hay fever treatment a fortnight ago and the violence started almost immediately.
Last year we saw psychologists, psychiatrists and psychotherapists??????

Scott - posted on 04/21/2013

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I thought I would help. I have severe pet allergies and was taking this for 3 years every day. Long story short I ended up having major problems and spending a year going to the DR to figure out what was wrong ... Brain fog , aggression, poor sleep ,,, the list is huge. I finally figured out it was the Zyrtec and quitting made me a new man. Try butterbur, stinging nettle and other natural suppliments which work just fine.

Kimberly - posted on 04/13/2013

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I just want to thank you for all the post. My son has been on Zyrtec since he was maybe 9 months. He had severe food allergies and the allergist prescribed the Zyrtec. My son is now almost 3 yrs old. I always wondered if the Zyrtec caused his behavior change. Before reading these post i never heard of the behavioral problems. The allergist prescribed Singulair for the morning now because he seems to be developing other allergies (indoor/outdoor) allergies.

I second guess my suspicion because the medication was dealing with the allergies but the behavior was horrible as most of you have experienced yourselves.I looked on both Singulair and Zyrtec's websites and it was not listed. I just happened to Google the question and this site popped up; so thank you so much for sharing! This has been very useful information.

Has anyone found alternatives that have been helpful?

Emma A - posted on 01/29/2013

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it is a stimulant it increases the heart rate (almost like speed) that could be what the issue is.

Theresa - posted on 12/24/2012

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I am glad i looked on here. my daughter who just turned 2, has been taking zertec for a few months now. but only in the last month has some of the problems, listed in many of your articles, now we are experiencing. screaming bloody murder in middle of night, mostly around 330-5 am. she now thinks something is trying to get her. hopefully thats the hallucinations of this drug. we will take her off of it now and see.

Dianna Lee - posted on 12/20/2012

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I am so happy to see this. My 2 year old has had such drastic behavioral changes on this drug, I am getting ready to pull my hair out. It just came to my attention (yesterday) that it was probably the zyrtec that was causing all of the changes. Isabella no longer sleeps through the night, wakes screaming with night terrors, is hyper and having very very bad tantrums. Some of this behavior is "just being 2" I guess but I was starting to worry because she never behaved this way and it all seemed to happen during a concentrated timeframe...of when she started Zyrtec. I took her off yesterday and if after a while she needs meds am going to try Allegra. Other mothers please take cues from your little ones, my daughter suffered for a long time before I was able to pinpoint the problem.

Michbella - posted on 12/03/2012

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My son's allergies were just awful. I never thought twice when my pediatrician told me to give him zertec every night before bed. It totally helped his cough, and sneezing........HOWEVER, my little sweet boy became possesed-like! His mood completly changed him! He did become a toatally different boy. It was only until I truly thought I had to seek a psychologist, when it dawned on me.....I have been giving him childrens Zertec since August!!! It is now December, and I decided to stop it! It has been about 4 days, and OH my, my child has come back to his normal sweet self! I am calling my ped. and having a long talk with her! Although, his allergies are now worse, I have now made an appointment with an allergist, and I will find an alternative for him to deal with these allergies! I WILL NEVER EVER GIVE THIS DRUG TO MY CHILDREN EVER AGAIN! I never, ever thought that this could have this affect on him like this!!

Anna - posted on 10/03/2012

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I realize I'm replying to an old post but I thought I would reply anyway. When my son was 3 years old he started suffering from asthma whenever he caught a cold. In addition to the occasional asthma meds whenever he would get sick, his doctor decided it would be a good idea to try daily Singular. Let me tell you, he changed into a different kid. My sweet, fun loving, enthusiastic little boy became angry and aggressive. We knew it was the drug so we took him off of it. Regarding Zyrtec, I haven't put my son on it, but I've recently started taking it and it hasn't been pretty. That's why I decided to research it and I stumbled upon this post. It has made me irritable, tired and nervous. If it's giving me, an adult, these horrible side effects, I can't imagine what it may be doing to children. Stay away from both drugs! They're bad news!!!

SteffanyL - posted on 09/28/2012

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I am so glad I read this! My daughter has had coughing issues for the last 2 weeks and was told that she just had a virus and it needed to pass. Then I took her back a week later because the cough wouldn't subside (waking up at night, excessive coughing when she is active, coughing so hard she would throw up). The Doc told me today that she has allergies and if I didn't deal with them she could end up with asthma. When I noticed they prescribed Singulair it didn't sit right with me, like I had heard something negative about it. My daughter was also prescribed Zyrtec, which she has had in the past (a relatively small dose) for her eczema. I only gave it to her if she had itchy days, and not very often. I realized tonight that they doubled her previous dose (from 1/2tsp to 1 tsp) and that is what I gave her tonight. I had already decided that I would give her the Singulair first thing in the morning, but I read the side effects on the prescription paper and that is what lead me to hear. I CAN NOT believe how many sites had negative comments about this drug. I DO NOT want to give this to my daughter!! How can they put these drugs out there when they have the possibility of side effects like these?? Tremors? Hallucinations? Night terrors? Possible thoughts of suicide and erratic behavior? For a 6 year old little girl? I am FURIOUS that the doctor would prescribe this. I have decided that I am calling my insurance company and requesting another provider . My daughters Doctor barely spent 5 minutes with her. Do these Doctors just not care? These are our children!! I feel like they are so ready to get the job done that they don't have time to really care. Now I am not saying this is all Doctors, because I used to have a great one back home who really took the time to take care of my family. Boy, I sure miss him now! Thank you everyone for reading my rant, and thank you especially for posting this information. You may have just saved myself and my little one from a lot of heartache! God Bless!

Sharlene - posted on 06/16/2012

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My girlfriend's child has serve asthma, and hes on singulair, and hes behavior has changed as well, maybe go back and to the doctor and see if the doseage can be lower. take care

Debbi - posted on 04/14/2012

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my son has been on pulmicort and zyrtec, along with prevacid and zantac. the combination seems to do him just right. he doesn't get irritable. docs wanted him to do the pulmicort 2x a day, but that was keeping him up at nap and night time, so i just do it once a day. the zyrtec is 1/2 teaspoon (or half a chewable tablet) once a day, and i do it in the morning. Each child is different, and each reacts differently to medications. It took alot of trial and error with my son to get the right combination for him...It works for him. Just be patient with the process, and try again. The right combination has to be out there for your son. does he have any reflux issues? that also can cause a mucousy cough. and like i said every child is different. has he been on both at the same time, or separtely, if both at the same time, you might try just one for a few days and see the reaction, and then do the other. not a doctor here, but just amom that has had a sick child through two terrible winters, and this last winter has had success with a healthier child. hope it helps

Tara-jean - posted on 04/11/2012

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My 27 month old became very melancholy within 24 hours on singulair. After two days, I took her off it. Unfortunately, the med worked like a dream immediately her symptoms came right back as soon as she was off. We are trying a half dose and at the first sign that any of the side effects she is going off it permanently.

We are replacing her pillow, mattress and adding hypoallergenic covers, thoroughly washing all bedding, dust covers and curtains in the house and hope that these help her enough to come off it altogether. We are considering removing all carpeting as well. Am looking into homeopathic solutions and there is some data that dietary changes can help, too.

Shannon - posted on 03/13/2012

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I would just like to say a big THANK YOU to you moms for posting this information. My son who is 5 was recently put on zyretec 2 weeks ago. I have noticed him acting out more and more every day. Crying over little things, being very aggressive with his little sister and with my husband and I. Today we were at a cook out and I can honestly say I have never seen him act so rude and disrespectful to our family. Long story short it took three adults to carry him kicking and screaming to the car and seat belt him in. It left me crying wondering what am I doing wrong as a parent. He has never been like this before. I will be talking to his doctor tomorrow!

April - posted on 02/24/2012

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My son, 6years old now, has also been on both. We have never really had problems. But I always give him his Singulair, and Zyrtec in the morning. Maybe the Drowsiness that the Zyrtec brings calms down the energy from the Singulair. But every kid is different. If you don't feel that these meds are working, then just keep on your doctor or Allergist until they listen to you. You can also ask for a second opinion.

KRYSTLE - posted on 01/16/2012

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I just joined and I am amazed at how many problems there are with this drug. I have had my son on this for about a year and a half and I cant do it anymore. I consulted with his doctor and they said " give it to him through the day", this was suppose to prevent the night terrors or whatever it is he is having. It isn't stopping!! He is aggressive, he cries EVERY night. Maybe 1 night goes smooth. The sad thing is that it has reduced his asthma attacks, but is it really worth the screaming and torture I feel I am putting my son through. I agree with all the moms on here, why is it still on the market? I am actually thinking we need to write the FDA and let them know. These children are suffering and who knows, this may be something that effects them for the REST of their life... It breaks my heart to see these kids go through this.. I just dont think it is worth it anymore. Please talk with your doctors and consider something different, I am!

Good Luck and let me know if anyone has any other updates on this drug!

AManda - posted on 12/14/2011

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i recently took my children off singulair. i switched my youngest to zyrtec. I give only when needed cause he gets so wound up. my oldest takes allegra and does pretty good with that.

Kelly - posted on 12/12/2011

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My granddaughter has Asperger and she is in kingergarted now and is way above her level in school. She is reading above her grade level and also is an expert in math. she is still on the Singulair along with other medications for help with her autism. I once removed everything at once and started back to see if things would be different. Singulair has been a life saver to me because it has kept her Asthma in checked good.

Melissa - posted on 12/12/2011

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My son has gotten MUCH better behavior-wise since being taken OFF singulair 2 years ago. He's 1 year ahead of his grade(1st) in math at school and 1 month ahead in reading, something I NEVER would've expected when he was on Singulair! He almost failed Pre-K???
Btw, he turns 7 later this month and is finally growing too, 46" tall and 50 lbs as of Thanksgiving

Kelly - posted on 11/28/2011

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My granddaughter had a horrible behavior problem before started it so there was nothing different and than she was diagnose with Asperger which is the reason for the behavior.

Beth - posted on 11/23/2011

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Funny I should come across this today..... I may have to switch allergy meds for my son and I. I knew about the possible side-effect of Singulair, as my youngest was on it and showed some of the symptoms mentioned, though not to a great degree. I took him off of it, and he was back to his cheerful self. My oildest has always been more sensitive to things, I am wondering if he might have a problem with the Zyrtec. I have been feeling depressed myself, and think it might be time to try Allegra and start our allergy shots back up, so we can eventually be med-free.

Kelly - posted on 11/08/2011

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I thought there was a problem with my 5 year old when she started on it when she was 3 years old, so I removed the medicine and and found out that was not the problem, she has Asperger, ADHD and ODD, so after finding this out I started it back up. Singulair has helped me a great deal with her asthma.

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