An antihistamine called Bepreve (bepotastine besilate) is used to treat allergy symptoms like watery eyes, runny noses, itchy eyes and noses, sneezing, hives, and itching. It functions by inhibiting a particular natural chemical (histamine) that your body produces when experiencing an allergic reaction. Welzo users can use this article for informational purposes to better understand Bepreve.

Side Effects

Constipation, headaches, fatigue, a dry mouth, and drowsiness are all symptoms.

There is a generic version of Bepreve.


One drop in each affected eye once daily, or as prescribed by your doctor, is the recommended dosage for adults and children 12 years of age and older. Use of Bepreve shouldn't go beyond three days.

The recommended dosage for children aged 6 to 11 is 1 drop in each affected eye twice daily (every 12 hours), or as your doctor may instruct. Children aged 6 to 11 should not take Bepreve for more than 2 days.

When administering Bepreve to children under the age of six, care should be taken. This age group has not been proven to be safe or effective.

How Bepreve works

A common antihistamine is Bepreve. It functions by obstructing histamine, a chemical in the body that contributes to allergy symptoms like runny nose, watery eyes, and itching.

Bepreve is used to treat redness, itchiness, and other allergy-related eye symptoms. Additionally, it is employed to treat allergies-related runny nose and nasal congestion. Bepreve can be used for additional conditions not covered in this medication guide.

If you have a bepotastine besilate allergy, you shouldn't use Bepreve.