An analysis of 33 studies showed that patients taking histamine 2 receptor antagonists, a class of antihistamines, have a greater risk of developing Clostridium difficile infection, which can cause diarrhea. The risk was highest among hospitalized patients on antibiotics. The findings appeared online in the journal PLoS One.
Study links antihistamines to higher risk of C. difficile infection
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