Flomist nasal spray helps to ease the pain of allergic rhinitis symptoms like a runny nose, stuffy nose, and sneezing. It helps by stopping the production of certain chemical messengers that cause inflammation, allergies, and swelling. This stops the pain and irritation in your nose from getting worse.
Your doctor will tell you how to use Flomist nasal spray. You should use the spray every day to get the most out of it. Before you use it, gently blow your nose, close one nostril while you put the medicine in the other, and then take a hard sniff to get the medicine deep into your nose. And then do the same thing with the other nose.
A very common side effect of this medicine is nose irritation. Some people may get nosebleeds and headaches from this. Talk to your doctor if you are worried about any side effects or if it doesn’t go away. Taking this kind of corticosteroid medicine makes you more likely to get a viral infection, so you should stay away from people who have them. Simply put, you should try to stay away from things that make your symptoms worse. If you are taking this medicine, don’t smoke.
Tell your doctor if you are pregnant or nursing before you use flomist nasal spray. You need to talk to your doctor about the risks and benefits of this medicine.
BENEFITS OF FLOMIST NASAL SPRAY
Flomist nasal spray 50 mcg is in a group of medicines called corticosteroids. It helps with a stuffy, runny nose and cuts down on swelling, irritation, sneezing, and a blocked nose.
This medicine helps by blocking the effect of things that can cause allergic reactions, like pollen, dust mites, and mold. This makes going about your daily life easier because you don’t have to worry as much about an allergic reaction. Use it regularly to get the most out of it, since it may take a few days to feel the full effects.
Flomist (Nasal) has some side effects (50 mcg)
Most common are headaches, inflammation of the pharynx, nosebleeds, burning or irritation of the nose, feeling sick or throwing up, and coughing.
General: Hypersensitivity reactions include rashes, swelling of the face and tongue, itching, hives, asthma, wheezing, and trouble breathing.
Eye and ENT problems include dryness, irritation, blurry vision, high eye pressure, and cataracts. Rarely, nose ulcer, sore throat, irritation of the throat, dryness, cough, hoarseness, and changes in voice.
Topical: Mild itching, burning, peeling, dryness, rash, and irritation.
Miscellaneous: Inability to sleep, headache, blisters, blurry vision, tired muscles, and muscles that aren’t strong enough.
- Take it as prescribed by your doctor.
- Before you use it, check the label to see how to do it.
- Keep away from children and in a cool, dry place.
- Do not use this medicine after the expiration date. Always check the date on a medicine before taking it.
- Keep things at room temperature and out of the direct sun.
Directions for use
Follow your doctor’s instructions about how much and how long to use Flomist AZ 50mcg Nasal Spray. Read the directions on the label before you use it. Close one nose and put the tip of the bottle in the other. Spray the sides of your nostrils, keeping the spray away from the cartilage that separates the two sides of your nose. Take slow, deep breaths and keep your head up while you spray. Keep doing the same thing for the other nose.
How does this medication work?
The nasal spray is made of a synthetic corticosteroid that binds very strongly to the glucocorticoid receptor. It is also thought to inhibit cytosolic phospholipase A2, which tries to control the biosynthesis of powerful inflammation mediators like prostaglandins and leukotrienes. This reduces inflammation.