Please stop antihistamines:
7 days prior to your appointment with Dr Dibbern
5 days prior to your appointment with Dr Khalili, Annie Legard, or Jennifer Bane.
If you are unable to be off your antihistamines for this period you can keep your appointment as a consult only (no testing).

Make sure to check the ingredient list for generic/store brand allergy medicines, which may have other names on the label (e.g. Allertec = cetirizine, Alavert = loratadine)

DO NOT STOP Asthma medications including inhalers and Singulair/Montelukast – see separate document for other medications that do not need to be stopped for testing.  Please call with any questions.

 ·        Anything PM or Cold & Sinus (read ingredient list, likely contains antihistamine)
·         Actifed (read ingredient list, likely contains antihistamine)·         
·         Alaway
·         Allegra/Allegra-D
·         Astelin
·         Astepro
·         Atarax
·         Azelastine
·         Benadryl
·         Bepreve       
·         Brompheniramine  
·         Cetirizine
·         Chlorpheniramine
·         Chlortrimeton
·         Claritin/Claritin-D
·         Clarinex·         
·         Contac
·         Cyproheptadine·                  
·         Dayquil (read ingredient list, likely contains antihistamine)
·         Desloratadine·         
·         Dimetapp (read ingredient list, likely contains antihistamine)
·         Diphenhydramine
·         Doxepin
·         Drixoral
·         Dymista
·         Elestat
·         Fexofenadine
·         Hydroxyzine
·         Ketotifen
·         Levocetirizine
·         Loratadine
·         Nyquil (read ingredient list, likely contains antihistamine)
·         Olopatadine
·         Optivar
·         Pataday
·         Patanase
·         Patanol
·         Periactin
·         Quercetin
·         Triaminic (read ingredient list, likely contains antihistamine)·      
·         Vistaril
·         Vitamin C doses more than 500mg/day (Airborne, Emergen-C, etc.)
·         Xyzal
·         Zaditor
·         Zyrtec/Zyrtec-D