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User Voices for Montelukast Sodium

The following are comments from users that experienced side effects while taking Montelukast Sodium

Abdominal Discomfort

... the morning. Side effects may include feeling tired, so that might be why it is recommended for nighttime dosing. Another common side effect listed on the web site is stomach upset and indigestion. It...


Source: Singulair-Asthma-Medicine--257021-revi...

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Fatigue

... They recommend to take this medicine in the EVENING, which is fairly unusual because many once a day drugs are recommended to take in the morning. Side effects may include feeling tired , so that might...


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Dyspepsia

... Side effects may include feeling tired, so that might be why it is recommended for nighttime dosing. Another common side effect listed on the web site is stomach upset and indigestion . It is not helpf...


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Malaise

Only taken when I am really sick


Source: Singulair

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Drug Ineffective

not working as well lately.


Source: Singulair

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Lethargy

Keeps allergy attacks to minimum, by controlling the allergies that cause them. Makes me mildly lethargic .


Source: Singulair

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Dyspnoea

I have taken this every night for years, and I believe it helps. I have noticed that the times when I let my prescription run out I have more trouble breathing .


Source: Singulair

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Respiration Abnormal

helped with breathing, but caused breathing problems also. No help with allergy symptoms.


Source: Singulair

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Drug Ineffective

helped with breathing, but caused breathing problems also. No help with allergy symptoms.


Source: Singulair

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Wheezing

If she runs out and doesn't take it for a day or two, I notice the wheezing coming back. When she is on it, she only has to use the nebulizer for only bad attacks (which are fewer when she's on the Si...


Source: Singulair

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Sinusitis

this med help with sinus also


Source: Singulair

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Chest Discomfort

Dries up all the crud in my head nose lungs and makes it easier to breath and gets rid of some of the tightness in my chest . I have to drink a lot of water to keep hydrated though.


Source: Singulair

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