is an antihistamine drug and has been banned in 1998 from U.S. market. It is used for treatment of runny nose, itching and watering of the eyes. It also prevents sneezing. It is used for treatment of allergic reactions such as hives, inflammation and other allergic symptoms. Doctors prescribe it for other purposes too, which are not listed in medical guide based on their clinical judgment. Seldane mainly contains terfenadine as main active ingredient. It is oral tablet, which contains 60mg terfenadine in each tablet. Terfenadine belongs to histamine H1-receptor antagonist group of drugs.

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