What are the safety precautions in using nasonex?
Asked by Nakisha Kostka 1 year ago.
Nasonex is also known as mometasone nasal. Before using mometasone, tell your doctor if you have been sick or had an infection of any kind. Also tell your doctor if you have glaucoma or cataracts, herpes simplex infection of your eyes, tuberculosis, sores or ulcers in your nose, or if you have recently had injury of or surgery on your nose. It may take up to 2 weeks of using this medicine before your symptoms improve. For best results, keep using the medication as directed. Talk with your doctor if your symptoms do not improve after a week of treatment. Mometasone nasal can lower the blood cells that help your body fight infections. Avoid being near people who are sick or have infections. Call your doctor for preventive treatment if you are exposed to chicken pox or measles. These conditions can be serious or even fatal in people who are using mometasone nasal. Mometasone is a steroid. It prevents the release of substances in the body that cause inflammation. Mometasone nasal is used to treat nasal symptoms such as congestion, sneezing, and runny nose caused by seasonal or year-round allergies. Mometasone is also used to treat nasal polyps in adults. Before using mometasone, tell your doctor if you have been sick or had an infection of any kind. You may not be able to use mometasone nasal until you are well. Also tell your doctor if you are allergic to any drugs, or if you have: glaucoma or cataracts; herpes simplex virus of your eyes; tuberculosis or any other infection or illness; sores or ulcers inside your nose; or if you have recently had injury of or surgery on your nose. Call your doctor at once if you have any of these serious side effects: severe or ongoing nose bleed; sores in the nose that won't heal; wheezing, trouble breathing; vision problems; or fever, chills, body aches, flu symptoms. Less serious side effects may include: headache; stuffy nose, sore throat, cough; muscle or joint pain; nausesa; or sores or white patches inside or around your nose. I hope I've helped, God bless!! Answered by Avelina Visnocky 1 year ago.
First time nasonex user questions HELP PLEASEEEEEE ASAP !!!!!!TEN POINTS EASY!!!!?
Hi i am going to be using nasonex for the first time tonight i went to a ent doctor today and he looked in my nose and told me i defenetly have air born allergies . so he prescribed me nasonex . ok here are my questionsmy doctor told me two puffs in each nostril before i go to bed Why do i have to do it at...
Asked by Jennell Sassaman 1 year ago.
Hi i am going to be using nasonex for the first time tonight i went to a ent doctor today and he looked in my nose and told me i defenetly have air born allergies . so he prescribed me nasonex . ok here are my questions my doctor told me two puffs in each nostril before i go to bed Why do i have to do it at night time will it make me drosey im going to do it at night time any way im just wondering ? i was just diagnosed with costochondritis it is inflamtion of the tissue that connect to the breastbone. the E.R doctor told me last night to take ibuprofen 400 mg every 6 hours . will that affect the nasonex. i have excersise asthma will the nasonex affect it Thanks Ten points thanx for answers Answered by Debra Prairie 1 year ago.
Argh, Nasonex. I used to use that stuff. I probably still need it, but I don't think I've touched it since I was 7. As far as I can remember, it doesn't cause drowsiness. I always took it in the day time, actually. I'm not sure why your doctor wants you to do it at night, but, as I am by no means an expert on this sort of thing, you might as well follow his directions as accurately as possible. The ibuprofen shouldn't affect it at all. And, as far as I know (although, be warned, I mainly go by guesses), the Nasonex shouldn't negatively affect your asthma. Besides, I'm assuming your doctor knows about your asthma? Even if the affects are just mild, if there are any, he probably would have mentioned them. HAVE FUN SPRAYING **** UP YOUR NOSE, HONEY! :D Answered by Vincent Manliguis 1 year ago.
take all the stuff as the doctors said you will be just fine nothing will happen unless you are allergic to something in one of the medicines but the mix will not be harmful and yes the nasonex does make you a little drowsy but not to bad Answered by Alec Nakai 1 year ago.
Take the nasonex as prescribed. It will not affect your allergy, assuming the doctor knew about your allergies. Take the ibuprophen. Stop taking it once the inflammation is gone. Answered by Micaela Godino 1 year ago.
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What's the difference between Flonase and Nasonex?
Asked by Kirsten Bruyn 1 year ago.
Both Flonase and Nasonex are steroids. (Not Barry Bonds steroids though!) They both work by decreasing inflammation in the nasal passages. They will decrease symptoms like sneezing, runny nose, and post-nasal drip which can cause sore throat. They have the same exact mechanism of action. One may work better for you than the other, but if you wanted to save some money, Flonase is available in a generic while Nasonex is not. Be sure to use them on a daily basis for best results. You may also continue to take over the counter medications like Claritin or Benadryl if needed while waiting for the nasal steroid to take effect. Answered by Laureen Stubits 1 year ago.
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Nasonex Vs Flonase Answered by Ginny Zieg 1 year ago.
Flonase Vs Nasonex Answered by Stanford Neeson 1 year ago.
Just because you use flonase and nasonex doesnt mean you have asthma like the person above said. Here is the deal flonase works by shutting off the drip in you nasal passage that produces fluid that makes you congested when you have allergies from anything it shuts that drip off to prevent that. I use flonase for my allergies and it works like a dream. Nasonex I have never used but it works by decreasing inflammation in your nasal passages which would make you feel less congested. For me I choose flonase because i would rather shut off the faucet that is making the fluid rather than widen it so it doesn't seem to be a problem but it is up to you. Hope that helps if not send me a message and i would be glad to help. Answered by Graham Yerian 1 year ago.
nothing. they are crap. if you want to cure you're asthma then you must understand what causes it-MYCOPLASMAS- a parasite which can be eliminated easily. check out www.cdc.gov and search mycoplasmas & parasites- i have been sick since i was 5 years old and just cured myself by using a parasite cleanse from my local herb store for $10 a month- use it for three month or until they start to self replicate again. everyone has parasites- they are from pets-water-fruits-veggies-fish-other meat-and walking barefoot. you must do a cleanse every year to get rid of new ones. parasites cause most diseases-there are thousands of them! Answered by Vernon Bleier 1 year ago.
Nasonex for ringing and blocked ears?
Hello All,I have had my right ear blocked for about a week as well as ringing in my right ear as well. I have seen an ear, nose and throat specialist doctor last week and he removed lots of wax as well as some cotton from my q-tips (amazing!). I can now hear again but the ringing was still there but is...
Asked by Ardath Scholz 1 year ago.
Hello All, I have had my right ear blocked for about a week as well as ringing in my right ear as well. I have seen an ear, nose and throat specialist doctor last week and he removed lots of wax as well as some cotton from my q-tips (amazing!). I can now hear again but the ringing was still there but is gradually going down. The ringing is at about 40% of what it was just 1 week ago. My doctor prescribed nasonex, (a steroid) and the doctor said that it will help decrease and eliminate the ear ringing to strengthen my ear system. My question is, does anyone else have experience with nasonex and ringing ears? I feel it is working as the ringing has reduced to about 40% of what it was last week, but how long approx will it take for the ringing to go away? I was prescribed 3 months of nasonex, if I feel better in 1 month should i stop taking nasonex? Answered by Cristine Pelc 1 year ago.
Nasonex doesn't work quickly - it usually takes 2-4 weeks to reach full strength. You might be able to speed things up by taking 12-hour Sudafed (original) or a generic version. If you notice a big improvement with Sudafed, Sudafed alone might be all that's needed. Its usually a good idea to not take any drug if you don't need it, especially a steroid. The only way to know if you need to keep taking it is to stop it and then see what happens. It might be a good idea to fill the last prescription so you have Nasonex available if you need to start back up. Answered by Valentine Spano 1 year ago.
you have tinnitus, it particularly is an enduring concern that has no scientific care or treatment. I particularly have had tinnitus for over 20 years and that i'm hoping to your sake which you merely have an infection proper difficulty. in case you do have tinnitus the sole element which you're able to do is learn how to repeat with the priority. additionally, contained in terms of tinnitus the difficulty isn't with your ears, it particularly is on your concepts and you are going to be able to correctly be deaf as a stone and nevertheless have the ringing on your ears. Answered by Frida Hendy 1 year ago.