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Hydroxyzine

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Hydroxyzine HCl 25mg Tab
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Hydroxyzine HCl 25mg Tab
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Hydroxyzine HCl 10mg Tab
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Hydroxyzine HCl 10mg/5ml Soln
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Hydroxyzine HCl 10mg Tab
Heritage Pharmaceuticals Inc.
Pill Identification: H 105 
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Overview Information on Hydroxyzine Hydrochloride

Pharmacist Tip
If you are taking a liquid form of hydroxyzine, shake it well to mix the medicine.     
Hydroxyzine is a medicine that doctors may prescribe for a number of different medical conditions. Some of these conditions include treating allergic reactions on the skin, combating nausea, easing anxiety, and, in some instances, helping people cope with some of the symptoms of alcohol withdrawal.

It is believed that hydroxyzine works in a couple of different ways. First, hydroxyzine blocks the body's response to allergens, which makes it useful in treating allergic reactions. Hydroxyzine also has a calming effect on the brain. Hydroxyzine also acts on the part of the brain that controls vomiting.



Clinical Review by Jodi Grimm, RPh and Ann Ciemnoczolowski, MS, ELS on May 15, 2013
Hydroxyzine is a medicine that doctors may prescribe for a number of different medical conditions. Some of these conditions include treating allergic reactions on the skin, combating nausea, easing anxiety, and, in some instances, helping people cope with some of the symptoms of alcohol withdrawal.

It is believed that hydroxyzine works in a couple of different ways. First, hydroxyzine blocks the body's response to allergens, which makes it useful in treating allergic reactions. Hydroxyzine also has a calming effect on the brain. Hydroxyzine also acts on the part of the brain that controls vomiting.



Clinical Review by Jodi Grimm, RPh and Ann Ciemnoczolowski, MS, ELS on May 15, 2013