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In treatment of:
Pruritus in acute and chronic Urticaria and Dermatosis
Dizziness Drowsiness Involuntary motor activity Dry mouth Nausea Gastric disturbances
Hypersensitivity to Hydroxyzine
Renal diseases Hepatic disease Heart disease Epilepsy Narrow angle glaucoma Prostatic hyperplasia COPD Use caution while driving or operate machines or involve any hazardous activities.
CNS Depressants (Barbiturates, hypnotics, opiod analgesics): Potentiation of CNS depressant effect. MAOIs, TCAs, Atropine: Potentiate antimuscarinic effects. Aminoglycosides: Ototoxicity of aminoglycosides masked. Aminophyllline, Benzyl penicillin, Chloramphenicol: Incompatible with these drugs.Incompatibility reported with aminophylline, benzyl penicillin salts, chloramphenicol, sodium succinate, thioridazine and some soluble barbiturates.
Adult: Anxiety: 200 - 400 mg in 4 divided dose Urticaria and dermatoses: 25 mg at night. Dose can be increased to 75 - 100 mg/day in 3 or 4 divided doses Children Anxiety: Children > 6 years: 25 mg 2 or 4 times a day Children 6 months to 6 years: 25 mg 2 times a day Urticaria and dermatoses: > 6 years: 15 - 25 mg at night. Dose can be increased to 50 - 100 mg/day in divided dosesChildren 6 months to 6 years: 5 - 15 mg at night. Dose can be increased to 50 mg/day in divided doses