Singulair For Asthma and Excercise-Induced Bronchoconstriction and Allergic Rhinitis
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By Adem Lewis / in , , , , , , , , /


Singulair, the brand-name form of montelukast,
is a prescription medication used to treat asthma, exercise-induced bronchoconstriction,
and allergic rhinitis. Singulair belongs to a group of drugs called
leukotriene receptor blockers, which work by blocking chemicals in the body that cause
the symptoms of asthma and allergies. This medication comes in tablet, chewable,
and granule form. It is usually taken once daily with or without food. Common side effects
include upset stomach, headache, and sore throat. For more information on this medication
and all other medications, explore the RxWiki encyclopedia on the web or on your mobile
device. RxWiki can also be found on your favorite social media platforms.


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