Singulair Oral Granules 4 mg 4mg
4 mg
Pack Size:
30 pack(s)
Merck & Co., Inc.
*Maximum: 90-day supply  Maximum 90-day supply
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Due to policy restrictions and health regulations, can only dispense a maximum 90-day (3 month) supply of your medication based on a valid prescription. A valid prescription must be written and signed by a licensed physician and must have a prescription date that is no more than one year (365 days) old. All new prescriptions are verified with a signing physician.

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Singulair Oral Granules are primarily prescribed to children as young as 6 months old who have been diagnosed with asthma and experience symptoms such as wheezing, difficulty breathing, and coughing. Singulair is also sometimes prescribed to those who are prone to asthma attacks that are induced by exercise. If you believe your child may have asthma, or is experiencing the symptoms of asthma, see your doctor. Before you or your child take Singulair tell your doctor if you or your child are allergic to Aspirin, have any other medical conditions, or suffer from allergies. Never take Singulair Oral Granules if you or your child are allergic to Singulair or any of its ingredients.

Why is Singulair Oral Granules 4 mg prescribed to treat asthma?

Singulair Oral Granules are sachets that contain a powdered mixture of medication. This makes it very easy and safe to administer to your child. You can mix it into their baby formula, breast milk, or soft foods such as applesauce, mashed carrots, rice, or ice cream. The active ingredient in Singulair is the generic drug montelukast. Montelukast is a leukotriene blocker. Leukotriene is a substance that controls inflammation activation by your immune system. By inhibiting leukotriene in your system, Singulair prevents inflammation in your child's lungs, causing a reduction in the airflow restriction that occurs in those with asthma. Singulair can also be used in combination with other medications to provide dual treatment for your child's asthma. Buy Singulair Oral Granules from YouDrugstore today and help your child find relief from the symptoms of asthma.

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As with all other medications, taking Singulair Oral Granules can cause some unwanted side effects for you or your child. The most frequently-occurring side effects of taking Singulair Oral Granules include possible sinus infections, cough, headache, sore throat, stomach upset, flu, pain, diarrhea, fever, stuffy or runny nose, and earaches or ear infections. Fortunately, if your child does experience these side effects they usually do not require a doctor's attention because they are mostly mild in severity, and they are usually just a sign that your child is adjusting to the medication. However, if you or your child experience hallucinations, tremors, a change in behavior, depression, restlessness, irritability, issues with memory, or sleep walking see your doctor right away. These are rare side effects, but they could be potentially harmful. Speak to your doctor if you have any concerns about taking Singulair Oral Granules 4 mg.

When should you take Singulair Oral Granules 4 mg?

Administer Singulair Oral Granules 4 mg to your child exactly as instructed by your doctor. Do not give more or less than your doctor has prescribed. Generally, Singular is used once every day to treat the symptoms of asthma. Do not open the sachet until you are ready to administer the medication, and be sure to administer the medication within 15 minutes of opening the sachet. Be sure to throw away unused Singulair powder, do not store it for later. Do not mix Singulair Oral Granules with any other liquids other than baby formula or breast milk. If you have any questions about how to administer Singulair Oral Granules for your child call your doctor.

Where can I learn more about Singulair Oral Granules 4 mg?

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