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Could my child be allergic to allergy and sinus medications?

Yes, your child may be allergic to active ingredients in allergy and sinus medications. Check with your pharmacist before using any allergy and sinus medication. Tell the pharmacist all the medications you are taking, including prescription, over-the-counter and any supplements. The pharmacist can determine if the allergy and sinus medications are safe for your child to use.

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