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  • Beconase Allergy Nasal Spray

Beconase Allergy is used in the prevention and treatment of common symptoms of allergic rhinitis, and other airborne allergies.
Beconase Allergy Nasal Spray is used to prevent and treat allergic rhinitis and perennial rhinitis in adults. When you have rhinitis, the inside of your nose becomes swollen and itchy. This often occurs during the early summer when it is caused by breathing in pollens from grasses or trees and is called hayfever. Some people get problems all the year round and this is called perennial rhinitis. It may be due to house dust mites or animals such as cats or dogs. When you spray Beconase Aqueous Nasal Spray into your nose, it helps to relieve the itching, sneezing and blocked or runny nose.

Directions
How to use Beconase Allergy Nasal Spray: Adults: The usual starting dose is two sprays into each nostril twice a day. The most you would take in a 24 hour period is normally 8 sprays (4 sprays per nostril). As your symptoms become better, your doctor may advise you to use a lower dose of one spray into each nostril twice a day. If your symptoms get worse again your dose may be increased back again to the starting dose. Your doctor will prescribe the lowest dose of Beconase Aqueous Nasal Spray that will best control your symptoms. Not recommended for children under 18. Do not take a larger dose or use your nasal spray more often than your doctor advises. It takes a few days for this medicine to work and it is very important that you use it regularly. Do not stop treatment even if you feel better, unless told to do so by your doctor. If you also have itchy, watery eyes you should tell your doctor. He may give you an extra medicine to treat your eyes. Be careful not to confuse them, particularly if the other medicine is eye drops.

Warnings
Warnings relating to Beconase Allergy Nasal Spray: Tell your doctor before you start to take this medicine if: You are pregnant (or intending to become pregnant). You are breast-feeding a baby, if you have recently been treated with injected steroids. You have been taking oral steroids for a long time. You have ever had to stop taking this or another medicine for this illness because you were allergic to it, or it caused problems. Sometimes this medicine may not be suitable and your doctor may want to give you something different. Make sure that your doctor knows what other medicines you are taking, including those you have bought from the chemist. Remember to take this medicine with you if you have to go into hospital. You should carefully read all product packaging and labels prior to use

Ingredients
Beconase Allergy Nasal Spray contains: 50 micrograms Beclomethasone Dipropionate per spray. Also contains : Microcrystalline Cellulose, Sodium Carboxymethylcellulose.

Side Effects
Side effects of Beconase Allergy Nasal Spray: The spray does not cause drowsiness and does not affect your ability to drive or use machinery. You can still drink alcohol while you are using Beconase. Like all medicines, Beconase Aqueous Nasal Spray can have side effects. If you experience any of the following while you are taking Beconase Aqueous Nasal Spray, tell your doctor as soon as possible. Common side effects that have been reported in between 1 in 10 and 1 in 100 people taking Beconase Aqueous Nasal Spray include: a dry or painful nose or throat, an unpleasant taste or smell, nose bleeds, allergic reactions including skin rashes or redness, itching or wheals like nettle rash or hives.

Size: 100 sprays

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Beconase Allergy Nasal Spray

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