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1. What is XYIZAL and what to use
The active substance of Ksizal is levocetirizinovdihydrochloride.
Ksizal is an anti-allergy medicine medicine.
For the treatment of disease manifestations(symptoms) related to:
Allergic rhinitis (including persistira? allergic rhinitis);
hives (urticaria).
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Levocetirizine 5mg Xyzal
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Do not take Ksizal:

If you are allergic (hypersensitive) to levocetirizinovdihydrochloride to other antihistamines or any of the other ingredients of Xyzal (see "what i Xyzal");
If you are having a severe impairment of the renalactivity (severe kidney failure and creatinine clearancebelow 10 ml/min).
Pay particular attention when using Xyzal
It is not recommended the use of Xyzal in childrenbelow the age of 6 years, as filmed tablets do not allow adjustment of dosage.
If you are not able to empty your bladder due tospinal cord injury or enlarged prostate, please ask your doctor.

Use of other drugs
Please inform your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking or have recently taken any other medicines,including those obtained without a prescription.

Xyzal intake with food and drinks

Caution is needed when the simultaneous adoption o Xyzal and alcohol.
In sensitive patients simultaneous application ofcetirizine or levocetirizine with alcohol or other drugsacting on the central nervous system, it is possible tohave an impact. However, the data do not show theincrease of cetirizine effects of alcohol.
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