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cyn22mull posted:
Hi. My ENT doctor put me on singulair, allegra, and a nasal spray for my allergies/asthma and about a month after I started taking these I started getting depressed, angry, anxious, and upset over little things. I was just down right mean for a few months and I hated feeling like that. I thought it was just stress as on my side effect sheet I get when I get medicines filled did not mention any of this as a side effect. I had taken allegra before so I didn't think it was that so I thought one by one I would stop the medicines until I felt better. I stopped the singulair first which was after about 7 months and I have been fine since. Has anyone else had this reaction? I have been fine so far without it and its been 2 months now. I will talk to my ENT when I go back next month.

coughy16 responded:
I have heard others say that they had that reaction to singulair, but unfortunately I can't remember who, or any details. Hopefully they will see your post & respond. Singular has been a huge help for me, with limited side effects, sorry I can't be more help!
Kacie123 responded:
I have noticed something about singulair myself, but could never pin point it. I sometimes forget to take it and it just feels like im gonna have a good day. Its like Im happy when I dont take it, and feel groggy when I do. I dont know if that makes any since, im unsure how to explain it. I think you should talk to your doc about it, and see if there is anything else you can take.
Good luck, hope it gets better
cyn22mull responded:
Thank you both for the reply. I will talk to my doctor when I go back next month!

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