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US Brand Name Singulair
Generic Name Montelukast
Manufacturer CIPLA, Ranbaxy, Aronex Life Science, Sava Medica
Packing 10
Form Tablet
Strength 4 mg, 5 mg, 10 mg

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Singulair has the generic name montelukast and comes in the drug class of leukotriene receptor antagonist. This is particularly a prescription drug used for the long-term treatment of asthma and allergic rhinitis. This drug blocks leukotrienes, causes the inflammation and constriction of airway muscles in the body.


Singulair is primarily used as a drug to prevention and long-term treatment of asthma. In certain patients it’s also very helpful to cure runny nose due to allergy. Singulair blocks the substance called leukotrienes in the body that are responsible for the inflammation and constriction of airway muscles.

Side effects

Patients report a number of side effects after taking the medicine. The gravity of the medicine however said to be mild on severe in different cases. The mostly quoted side-effects of the medicine are increased bleeding tendency, palpitations, hepatitis, rash and bruising. Some patients also complain about joint pain, muscle aches and muscle cramps etc.


You must Store SINGULAIR at 25°C (77°F) and protect it from direct moisture and light.


Each 10-mg film-coated SINGULAIR tablet contains 10.4 mg montelukast sodium. The film coating of the drug is made up of hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, hydroxypropyl cellulose, titanium dioxide and red ferric oxide.

Dosage and administration

This drug is available in: • SINGULAIR 10-mg Film-Coated Tablets • SINGULAIR 5-mg Chewable Tablets • SINGULAIR 4-mg Chewable Tablets • SINGULAIR 4-mg Oral Granules Take Singulair in strict consultation with your doctor. Check the medicine label to get the dose instructions. The medicine is available in form, sold in 4mg to 10mg strength in 90 or 100 pills. You may also have this product in a chewable form as well. The recommended dose of montelukast is 4, 5, or 10 mg on daily basis daily with or without food.


In case you take overdose of the Singulair, report your doctor immediately. This overdose may lead to a number of symptoms including stomach pain, diarrhea, earache or ear infection, flu and runny nose etc.

Clinical performance

Clinical researches have proved that the drug Singulair, Montelukast Tablets are safe enough to consume with some mild side effects due to overdose.