Men getting trapped into taking this terrible treatment for life

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It’s supposed to be a safe, OTC treatment… But now men can’t stop taking it without THIS happening to them…

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Men Getting Trapped Into Taking This Terrible Treatment For Life

In the United States we have laws against certain addictive substances – such as meth, cocaine, and heroin.

Now, I’m not in any way saying that these things aren’t addictive.

They are. And they can cause serious problems personally, with families, and with the law.

But we also have loads of treatments that are addictive, hard to get off of, and COMPLETELY legal!

In fact, there are many of these.

SSRIs (common antidepressants) fall into this category – with many people experiencing withdrawal symptoms so severe they just keep taking the treatments.

You have to dig for the information, but it’s there.

But another type of treatment that is hard for some people to get off of may surprise you.

The common allergy pill, cetirizine (brand name Zyrtec), produces intense itching withdrawal symptoms in some people.

These symptoms can be so intense that people end up taking it just to avoid the itching!

What is cetirizine?

Cetirizine is normally sold under the brand name Zyrtec – or a store-brand equivalent.

It was first approved in 1995 in the US and has been available as an over-the-counter drug since 2007.

“Cetirizine is a second-generation antihistamine (SGA) indicated for the treatment of symptoms of allergic rhinitis and chronic idiopathic urticaria, including pruritus. Cetirizine was approved as a prescription product in the United States in 1995 and has been available over-the-counter (OTC) since 2007.”

What is pruritus?

Pruritus is a fancy medical word that means intense itching.

It refers specifically to the sensation that makes you want to scratch your skin.

“Pruritus or itch is defined as an unpleasant sensation of the skin that provokes the urge to scratch. It is a characteristic feature of many skin diseases and an unusual sign of some systemic diseases.”

“Pruritus may be localized or generalized and can occur as an acute or chronic condition. Itching lasting more than 6 weeks is termed chronic pruritus. Itching can be intractable and incapacitating, as well as a diagnostic and therapeutic challenge.”

The problem with intense itching is that it can be debilitating if it lasts for more than a few hours.

Unfortunately, for some people who discontinue Zyrtec – especially if they’ve taken it over several years – it can produce intense itching for five to six weeks.

The link between Zyrtec and pruritus

Most people can discontinue cetirizine without any ill effects.

But for some people it triggers a massive itching reaction.

You can see the correlation in the chart below – between the time when Zyrtec became available over the counter and an increase in itching cases.

In this study by the FDA, there was a definite link between discontinuing the treatment and cases of severe itching.

“Our case series identified an association between discontinuation of cetirizine and the development of pruritus. Given the widespread use and availability of cetirizine and potential impact on patient quality of life, patients and prescribers should have knowledge of the association between the discontinuation of cetirizine and the development of pruritus.”

“To further disseminate knowledge of this adverse event and facilitate recognition of cetirizine as a potential cause, cetirizine and levocetirizine prescription product labels were updated with information about pruritus after discontinuation of cetirizine in the Adverse Reactions section.”

The bottom line here is to be aware that this type of itching CAN be a reaction to discontinuing Zyrtec.

It doesn’t happen for most people who take it. But it happens often enough and in enough intensity that it’s a risk you should know about.

If this happens to you, know that most people find relief by going back on Zyrtec.

Many people also say that if they stretch out the time between using cetirizine pills, they can avoid this reaction all together and get off the meds without it.

To me, the most important thing is to be aware of all of the risks of any meds you take…

Especially meds that are meant to be taken daily over long periods of time.

They are not always as safe as they seem…

And it’s a good idea to know that.

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