Telekast-L tablet contains a combination of montelukast and levocetirizine as its active ingredients. L-HIST Mont is used for providing relief from allergic rhinitides such as a runny & stuffy nose, blockage in airways, sneezing, itching, watery eyes and other allergic symptoms. This medicine blocks the release of chemical substances, histamine and leukotrienes responsible for allergic symptoms. You may experience dizziness as its side effect, and thus it is recommended to take this medicine at bedtime. Inform your doctor if you have any kidney disease and are on dialysis, as the use of this medicine in such a condition is not recommended....
Q: I have low mood condition. Can Telekast-L tablet worsen it?
A: Telekast-L tablet is known to cause side effects like anxiety, low mood, irritability and suicidal behaviour. It would be best if you are cautious as there can be an increased frequency of suicidal thoughts. In case it occurs, immediately inform your family and doctor.
Q: Can I take Telekast-L tablet during an asthma attack?
A: No, it will not help in an acute attack of asthma. It is advised to take appropriate rescue medicine like inhalers given by your doctor during an asthma attack. Keep taking Telekast-L tablet as well and do not stop it abruptly.
Q: Can I take Telekast-L tablet in pregnancy?
A: Yes, it can be used if prescribed by a doctor. Due to inadequate information on its safety in pregnancy, you should avoid self-medication with this medicine.
Q: Can I stop taking Telekast-L tablet if symptoms of allergy go away?
A: No, you should take this medicine for the duration prescribed by your doctor. Stopping this medicine in between the treatment may revert the allergic symptoms.
Q: What is the compostition of Telekast L?
A: Telekast L is a combination medicine containing montelukast and levocetirizine, as its active ingredient.
Q: When should I take the Telekast L?
A: You should take this medicine during day or night, as advised by your doctor. Sometimes, this medicine may induce drowsiness in some people as one of its side effects. Hence, the doctor usually recommends taking this medicine at bedtime.