Allegra-D tablets in their stool

Some patients are concerned about seeing Allegra-D tablets in their stool.

What they're noticing is an empty "ghost tablet."

It's the shell of the tan half of Allegra-D that contains extended-release pseudoephedrine. The tan half releases the drug from an insoluble wax matrix that can show up in the stool.

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