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What is Nasacort
as a preventative and to treat yearly or seasonal allergies. Symptoms treated include runny/stuffy/congested nose, itchy nose/throat/eyes, sneezing and rhinorrhea, and others in the class of allergic rhinitis.
How effective is Nasacort nasal spray?
Nasacort is the finest in corticosteroidal nasal treatment spray for all sinus-related issues. Active ingredient Triamcinolone Acetonide acts to block the substances that affect your nose – acting both as a preventative to rhinitis, itchiness, sneezing, runny nose watery eyes and also to relive these at the onset. Clinical indicate that patients using Triamcinolone Acetonide experience a 65% improvement as compared to an 11% improvement when using a basic saline solution. This has been proven in more than 200 controlled and broad clinical trials against saline solutions and placebos, where Nasacort’s active ingredient triumphed.
When you are navigating either a tough task at work, a family reunion, maybe conflict of some sort, or even enjoying something you’ve waited some time for – the last thing you need is to lose control of your nose, throat, ears and your entire situation. Unfortunately, the pollen in the climate or those pesky dust mites work on no one's schedule.
Can I buy Nasacort online?
Nasacort was cleared by the FDA to be allowed for purchase over the counter, proving that it is safe and will not do harm to you when used correctly. You will now no longer need a prescription; if you would like to learn more about Nasacort, you are welcome to talk to any consultants at your local pharmacy.
Nasacort is available online from various sources and is available for Next Day Delivery from reputable sources you can find online.
What dose should I choose?
Nasacort nasal spray is packaged for your convenience in a 5.5-gram bottle that will provide you 20 actuation/sprays.
Children aged 2 to 5: 1 spray in each nostril once daily (110 mcg per day)
Children aged 6 to 12: begin with 1 spray in each nostril once daily (110 mcg). Should the child not respond to treatment, increase to 2 sprays in each nostril daily (220 mcg). Once the child's symptoms abated, resort back to 1 spray in each nostril daily
Age 12 and older: starting dosage of 2 sprays per nostril (220 mcg) daily. Once symptoms have gone, lower dosage to 1 spray per nostril per day (110 mcg)
How should I take Nasacort AQ nasal spray?
Is your nose blocked? Eyes watery? Possibly your nose and throat are itching? Was that a sneeze? At this point, you will have your trusty nasal spray as part of your tool kit to solve all of these and more seasonal and year-round problems.
Shake bottle gently before spraying. If you’ve just opened your new bottle of Nasacort, prime the spray – press down 5 times on the pump until you see a fine spray release. If using a bottle after 14 days – prime again. Ensure you blow your nose before using, and lean your head back to spray. Spray into your nostril, holding the other, and breathe the spray in slowly once squirted – repeat this on the second nostril. Hold your breath for a few seconds, breathe out and relax. Do not blow your nose for at least 15 minutes after spraying; let the solution do its job in its place. Clean the bottle so as not to contaminate your next spray, and be sure to track your sprays with the chart included within.
If you or your child shows symptoms such as runny/stuffy/congested nose, itchy nose/throat/eyes, sneezing and rhinorrhea, and others in the class of allergic rhinitis – follow these instructions carefully:
If your child is between 2- 5 years old, less than 40 lbs/18 kgs - begin with smaller doses to assess. Begin by spraying once into each nostril, 110 mcg total dose per day. Avoid using more than this recommended dose for this weight category.
If the child is aged 5-12 and less than 102 lbs./46 kgs – spray once into each nostril, 110 mcg. If this does not achieve the required results, you may up the dose to 2 sprays in each nostril per day. Once the expected results are achieved, revert back to one spray in each nostril per day.
For age 12 and over, more than 102 lbs./46 kgs – 2 sprays, 220 mcg, in each nostril daily. Once you find your symptoms under control, revert to 1 spray per nostril daily.
Once you have surpassed 120 sprays, please dispose of the bottle.
How does Nasacort nasal spray work?
Nasacort AQ nasal spray (Triamcinolone Acetonide, USP) is your best friend in both the treatment of and prevention of allergic and hay-fever issues such as runny/stuffy/congested nose, itchy nose/throat/eyes, sneezing and rhinorrhea, and others in the class of allergic rhinitis. The corticosteroid works on reducing swelling and mucus throughout your sinuses. It will also prevent the substances that cause these symptoms from causing you any irritation. Safe for the whole family, daily use and continual use – you and your kids will never have a rainy day.
How long do I take Nasacort nasal spray before I notice a difference?
It is best used every day; regular use will ensure better results. In some cases, it could take up to two weeks for your symptoms to completely disappear. However, through multiple clinical trials, most notice a difference within the first three days.
What are the main side-effects of Nasacort nasal spray?
The major side effects are mainly found when one abuses or over-uses the medication. If taken correctly, Nasacort nasal spray has minimal problems.
Some listed side-effects are:
If you experience any of these rare, severe side effects, please contact your doctor right away and seek medical assistance:
Loss of taste
Loss of smell
Pain in nose
Sores in nose
If your children use too much of any corticosteroid, it is possible it could get absorbed into their bloodstream and result in adverse side effects:
Swelling feet or ankles
Increase in thirst, urination
Difficulty with vision
Please seek medical attention for your child should you notice any of these. You can also consult a Click Pharmacy should you require further advice.
When shouldn’t I take Nasacort nasal spray?
Do not begin this treatment if you have any wounds, ulcers, trauma or surgery on your nose. The corticosteroid will inhibit the healing of your wounds. Do not begin use of any triamcinolone Acetonide if you have a hypersensitivity to it.
What is the difference between Nasacort nasal spray, Zyrtec and Sudafed?
Zyrtec comes in a form of tablets containing cetirizine - antihistamine, which systematically targets hayfever problems.
Sudafed nasal spray contains ephedrin, which helps with blocked nose but doesn't help to solve to cause (allergy).
What is Nasacort Allergy Nasal Spray used to treat symptoms of?
Nasacort Allergy Nasal Spray is a nasal spray used to provide relief from symptoms of allergies such as hay fever.
Can children use Nasacort Allergy Nasal Spray?
Nasacort Allergy Nasal Spray is suitable for use for children over the age of 2 years old.
How should I store Nasacort Allergy Nasal Spray?
You should store Nasacort Allergy Nasal Spray in a cool dry place, out of reach from children, at room temperature. The spray should not be exposed to extreme temperatures or direct sunlight.
After using Nasacort Allergy Nasal Spray you may experience a large number of various side effects. It is important to understand that not everyone will experience the same side effects as this simply depends on the severity of your allergy. Common side effects include the following:
- Dry coughs
- Unpleasant smell
- Dry nose
- Irritation in the nose
If any of these side effects potentially worsen, you should stop using Nasacort Allergy Nasal Spray immediately. You should seek medical advice from a GP or pharmacist who will be able to guide you appropriately.