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Benadryl and claritin
DD's gp doctor prescribed claritin daily for her environmental allergies. I read that you can't take benadryl if you take claritin. Which is better-daily claritin or being able to take benadryl if needed? I don't want her to be taking the claritin and then have a reaction to a food or hives (mystery or otherwise) and not be able to give the benadryl.
Also we're going to be taking a trip and eating some fast food on the road. Which would be better in that case in case of a reaction?
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