Fri. Mar 31st, 2023

 Nasonex Nasal Spray


Nasonex spray is a steroid nasal spray, contains the active ingredient “Mometasone” that helps control the inflammation of inflamed sinuses.

In addition, the spray acts as an anti-inflammatory agent, reducing the swelling and pain caused by allergies, rhinitis, coughs, colds, and other infections. Nasonex nasal spray is available over the counter, but your doctor must prescribe it before use. Nasonex nasal spray works by creating a temporary ‘mini-explosion of steroids in the lining of the sinus passages. By creating this highly effective aerosol, the spray gives quick relief of symptoms and reduces the possibility of permanent scarring, and improves the patient’s ability to breathe normally.

Dosage of Nasonex

Nasonex nasal spray must be used every morning and night.

             The nasal spray is not recommended to be used during the daytime. Instead, it is advised to take two sprays per dose, no more than one and a half hours before going to bed.

Nasonex spray can be combined with other medications such as decongestants and antihistamines to provide additional relief to your symptoms. The nasal spray may also be combined with decongestant drugs for better effect. Be sure to ask your pharmacist if you are unsure which medications to use with Nasonex nasal spray.

Nasonex Nasal Spray Side Effects

Nasonex nasal spray side effects and interactions are some of the most common questions that people who use this product ask. They want to know if any Nasonex nasal spray side effects may cause them to experience problems that they are not aware of.

                   Fortunately, the answer is a positive one. Nasonex nasal spray side effects are typically not going to be something that will have any long-term or severe consequences on your health. However, some patients do experience minor discomfort from their medication that has caused some. 

  • mild nausea 
  • headache,
  • stuffy nose,
  • sore throat,
  • cough,
  • muscle or joint pain,
  • nausea,
  • nose/throat dryness or irritation,
  • blood-tinged mucus/phlegm,
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