- Anti-inflammatory nasal spray
- Decreased congestion, swelling, and excess secretions in the nose
How to Take:
- Nasal Spray
- Irritation and burning of the nose
- Excess and inappropriate use (aiming at the nasal septum or wall that separates the left and right side of the nose) may cause the nasal system to erode or form a hole.
Important Things to Remember:
- Use the nasal steroids only as often as your doctor has directed.
- Never exceed the recommended dose. More does not mean better.
- Allow time, days to a week or two to see any changes.
- If the nose becomes irritated, call your doctor.
- If your child is exposed to anyone with chicken pox (and has not had chicken pox) or breaks out while on steroids, call your doctor.
- This is a preventative or maintenance agent that is intended for regular or daily use. It is not an "as needed" therapy.
- Beconase AQ
- Nasacort AQ
- Rhinocort AQ
- Nasacort HFA