4 mg
Delivery Time: ~7 days
Singulair contains montelukast as its active component; it is an antagonist of leukotriene receptors that inhibits the action of specific substances responsible for the swelling and narrowing of the lung airways as well as for the symptoms of allergy. Singular is indicated to improve, treat and prevent asthma attacks; it helps manage asthma at night and during the day and improves the symptoms of seasonal allergic rhinitis. It is used in adults and children over 12 months.
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Singulair is a bronchodilator prescribed for the prevention as well as treatment of asthma in adult patients and children. The drug can be also administered to relieve the allergic rhinitis symptoms during the day and at night. It is not indicated to relieve bronchospasm in acute asthma attack. If Singulair is used to treat asthma, then it should be taken once per day in the evening. When it is used to relieve the symptoms of rhinitis, it can be taken at the same time each day.
10 mg
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Montelukast is the active ingredient of Singulair, it is a bronchodilator that works by dilating the bronchi, relaxing the bronchial muscles and thus improving the airflow to the lungs. Singulair 10 mg is administered for the long-term treatment and prevention of bronchial asthma in patients over 15 years of age. It can also be used for the relief of nighttime and daytime symptoms of seasonal allergic rhinitis. It should not be taken to relieve a sudden attack of asthma.

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What is Singulair?
Singulair is an oral drug that works by inhibiting the leukotrienes, which are natural chemicals the body is forced to release when a person breathes in an allergen. The leukotrienes usually cause the tightening of the airway muscles and a swelling of the lungs, often causing asthma symptoms. Singulair reduces this swelling and helps the patient breathe easier.

What are the indications for using Singulair?
Singulair is prescribed to adults and children suffering from allergies, especially if these allergies are seasonal or year round. It can also be used as way of preventing an asthma attack in adults and children who are more than a year old. This drug is administered to adults and teenagers to prevent exercise-induced bronchoconstriction. It is crucial to understand that Singulair is not a fast working drug and cannot end an asthma attack that is already in progress.

What is the dosage for Singulair?
Singulair is available in 10mg film coated tablets, 4mg and 5mg chewable tablets, and 4mg oral granules. The exact dosage should be determined by a medical practitioner. The usual adult dosage is 10mg and the dosage for a child is a 4 or 5mg chewable tablet. Asthma patients should take one tablet of the appropriate dosage each evening. Those suffering from exercise-induced bronchoconstriction should take one dosage of Singulair at least 2 hours prior to exercise. For seasonal allergies, people should take one tablet a day.

What are the contraindications for using Singulair?
Singulair should never be used by people with phenylketonuria (Singulair may contain phenylalanine) and babies under 12 months of age. The drug may also be inappropriate for individuals with asthma or a severe allergic reaction to aspirin. It is currently unknown whether Singulair can pass into breast milk, so let your doctor know if you are a breast feeding mother.

What are the adverse effects of Singulair?
Singulair has been known to cause some serious side effects in the form of shaking, muscle weakness, skin rashes, sinus pain, depression, anxiety, and behavior changes. It may also cause swelling or unusual bruising of the mouth, nose, or vagina. If you notice any of these side effects, get medical help immediately! Some less severe side effects include toothaches, mild rashes, headaches, nausea, fever, stomach aches, and diarrhea. Singulair can also cause heartburn, exhaustion, or a fever.