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Medicine For Nasonex Allergy
Will benedryl allergy medicine be helpful for very painful blocked eustacian tube caused by allergies? I've been taking nasonex (mometasone) to no avail.
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
Different medication: People are generally not allergic to Nasonex (mometasone) but to something in the solution (and this is more likely to be a "sensitivity" not an allergy). If liquid nasal sprays are a problem, there is a new aerosol nasal steroid called qnasl. Talk to your doctor about that as an alternative. ...Read more
Nasonex (mometasone) effects: Nasonex (mometasone) is a topical corticosteroid; that means it is a steroid for inflammation (not the kind that athletes abuse) placed in the area where it is needed. These medicines are usually well tolerated at the recommended doses but can sometimes cause irritation and nosebleeds. They are rarely absorbed into the bloodstream but patients should get their eyes checked yearly to ensure no side effects. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have allergies and it feels like I have a cold year round. I've tried all kinds of medication. I've been looking into getting nasonex (mometasone). Does it work.
May be: The gold standard treatment for allergic rhinitis is intranasal steroids sprays. Nasonex (mometasone) is one of them. Different people respond to different ins. Ins for year round allergy should be used on daily basis. If you do not have symptoms after ins, it suggests you are well controlled but not cured. Otherwise, you need to discuss with your doctor. ...Read more
What else I can do to reduce my allergys symptoms if i'm already on Claritin and nasonex (mometasone)?
What do I do about my horrible seasonal allergies? Should I start on medication like nasonex (mometasone) even before the season?
Allergies : Seasonal allergies can be treated with OTC medications such as generic Zyrtec, Claritin, or Seldane, with generic Flonase and Cromolyn nasal sprays preceded by a plain Saline spray like Simply Saline or Ocean Spray. Reducing exposure to allergens by removing drapery & carpeting, encasing pillows & mattresses, showering & shampooing after exposure to pollens helps too. 'Prevention Works'! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Normal pft results but still struggling to breathe some days. Is it just allergies as my dr said or could it be something worse? Also using nasonex (mometasone).
Shortness of breath: Some people with shortness of breath and normal pfts have vocal cord dysfunction. This is trouble breathing on inspiration that occurs especially with exercise. It occurs in people who are "high achievers" and there are no symptoms at night. Asthma medications provide no significant relief. An allergist, ENT or pulmonologist can assist in deciphering respiratory symptoms. ...Read more
Yes: But it must be used regularly.Get a more detailed answer ›
My seven-year-old is struggling with seasonal allergies. Nasonex (mometasone) was recommended, but I'm wondering if Nasacort is comparable and safe for him.
Works for me: I consider these meds interchangeable as far as effects/safety go.Some prefer one or the other based on smell. ...Read more
Does having food allergy or tolerance be a cause of turbinate hypertrophy?does stopping nasonex (mometasone) cause relapse?
More likely inhalent: There are various types of food allergies and sensitivities which can cause skin, GI, respiratory and sinonasal symptoms. Generally turbinate hypertrophy is due to inhalant allergies. Nasal steroid sprays derive their benefit after days of use and must be continued to function. If allergies are present, symptoms of congestion stuffiness generally improved with antihistamine and nasal steroid. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I currently use rhinocort aqua for nasal allergies, it is so expensive, and nasonex (mometasone) doesn't work for me. Any other options?
I have allergies in the spring and fall. I tried nasonex, (mometasone) it gave me a chest cough. Singulair doesn't seem to be working. What else can I try?
Other options..: I would recommend getting a re-evaluation by your doc. Steroid nasal sprays are frontline treatment and there are many available. Nasonex works well, but not for everyone--try a different one. Antihistamine such as zyrtec, allegra, claritin, xyzal, (levocetirizine) Clarinex with/out a decongestant can be added if nasal spray not adequate. Allergies can cause misery and i feel your pain. Consult doc. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How to deal with seasonal allergies and hay fever? Do you use Flonase and nasonex (mometasone) every day?
Simular treatment: Use one or the other "steroid" nasal spray. ...Read more
I was told by our ENT to use Nasonex (mometasone) on my son during allergy season. Our insurance doesn't cover it. Can I use Nasocort instead?
What are the long term effects of being on nasonex (mometasone) and allergy meds (switch between different ones... Zyrtec, allegra, claratin) it's been many years?
Not to worry : There are no significant reported long term adverse effects of nasal steroids in studies. Direct , local effects are more common like irritation in the nose, crustiness, nosebleeds. You just take a short break from the rx for these. There are no major reported concerns about long term use of antihistamines.- zyrtec, claritin, allegra, etc. ...Read more
Just found out i'm pregnant, i take nasonex (mometasone) nasal spray for allergies, is it safe to take while pregnant?
Will taking levitra (vardenafil) (10 mg) worsen a very painfully blocked eustachian tube? My doctor says it's caused by allergies and I am currently taking nasonex
Ear Pain and Levitra (vardenafil): Levitra (vardenafil) can cause nasal congestion. This in turn could contribute to eustachian tube blockage and ear pain. A study of over 7000 patients demonstrated increased nasal congestion in 3.4% of patients. The congestion generally occurred within the first six months of therapy and mainly affected men over age 50. You may also have allergies that can affect the eustachian tube as well. ...Read more