is it safe for me to take claratyne if i have chronic kidney disease
Prof. Johan Rosman
Prof. Johan Rosman
Nephrologist
Perth
Yes, there is no problem, as long as you stick to the recommended dose. It is an antihistamine and has only minor effect on the blood vessels. Clearing of the product is largely over the liver.

Dr. Farshad Ghazanfari   MD,FRACP
Dr. Farshad Ghazanfari MD,FRACP
General physician, Musculoskeletal physician, Sport and exercise physician
Melbourne
As best of my knowledge it is very safe
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