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Old 12-02-2005, 06:00 AM
Bertha Barlow
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OK. I have a wierd one. I have been having a problem with a sore knee, diagnosed as bursitis. It had basically healed when I got some samples of Clarinex from my doctor to try for my allergies. These were 5 mg and it was recommended that I take one daily. After I took the first one my knee became a little sore, after the second one it was worse, and after 3 tablets, I had a lot of pain and swelling with it. I stopped the Clarinex and the knee is starting to heal. I had had a problem with that knee about a month earlier when I took a 25 mg dose of diphenhydramine HCl, but passed it off as a coincidence. Neither my pharmacist or doctor have a clue here.
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