Tavegyl is the same thing as Tavist, which is an antihistamine. See http://www.drugs.com/tavist.html
Histamine is a neurotransmitter as well as a chemical messenger involved with the immune system. Suppression of histamine therefore can have effects on the immune system and nervous system.
There are some contra-indications and medication interactions with Tavist that may have triggered your symptoms. I would discuss this with a pharmacist if I were you - they are usually more savvy about
drug side-effects and interactions than most MD's.
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