I'm also glad that regular generic Claritin seems to keep my allergies at bay, and that I don't need the decongestant version. Apparently, in NC, even though it's non-prescription, you have to convince the pharmacist that you're not going to make meth with your Claritin-D before they let you buy it. The government has enough info about me already, they don't need to add me to their list of people who might be buying allergy medicine to make meth.
Mostly, the purpose of this post is an excuse to use my antihistamine user icon. Expect to see it again around April 2, when I rant about on of my other favorite antis -- daylight savings time. Maybe I should make an icon that cycles through all my favorite antis.