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I am 54y old. When lying down or leaning forward I have globus sensation and need to cough up. I use Nasonex, (mometasone) and medications for LPreflux didn't help?
Perhaps see ENT/GI: If treatments for postnasal drip and gastroesophageal reflux did not help, it may be time to see either an otolaryngologist (ear-nose-throat physician) or a gastroenterologist to have a look with a fiberoptic camera and see what is going on. Which you should see depends on your symptoms; a primary care physician or HealthTap Prime or Concierge physician should be able to guide you. ...Read more
Depends on need: One effective way is to lean you head forward and once the spray tip is in the nose aim a little lateral and pump once or twice, depending on dosage needed. Try not to spray directly on the septum but into the cavity of the nose. It id s good idea to use a saline spray 5 minutes before the steroid spray to cleans the nose and prepare it for the steroid spray. Saline helps prevent nose bleeds. ...Read more
Yes: Generally Nasonex (mometasone) is safe to use long term, some may develop nasal irritation and bleeding from it that can be temporary and others can have cataracts and septal perforation. Consult an allergist and ask about other long term options to treat your symptoms if you are concerned. ...Read more
The Biggest problem is my hearing is terribly distorted. On the phone voices sound exactly like the chipmunks in the xmas song. I use nasonex (mometasone) and astepro?
Get hearing test: You need an audiogram by your local ent. It might be a eustachian tube problem (which may be helped by allergy meds) but you can't know till you check your hearing out. ...Read more
You can use either a steroid nasal spray such as Nasonex (mometasone) or Flonase or an antihistamine such as allegra, zyrtec or Claritin for post nasal drip. In many cases the best response occurs if you use both, which is certainly safe to do.
Importantly, it takes a few weeks for the steroid nasal spray to take effect so you should keep with it to see if it helps you. ...Read more
When you go for a sleep apnea test is it ok to use nasonex (mometasone) and Zantac that day... Or will it give a false reading?
Have severe swelling in nose due to rhinitis (use nasonex) can bleed now and again only a little amount. Should it be a cause for concern?
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?
I get little of fresh and clotted blood for last 2 months each time I clean my nose, possible causes pls?
I use nasonex (mometasone), ve no sinus pain//ect
I'm about 8weeks pregnant. My doctor advised me to use Nasonex (mometasone) and Zyrtec to help alieviate symptoms of allergies I'm experiencing. Can I use Flonase instead of the Nasonex (mometasone)?
Can I take diflucan for my vaginal yeast infection and also use nasonex for my sinusitis at the same time? Also, I take xyzal (levocetirizine) every day. Safe also?
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Ok for 8monthold use nasonex (mometasone) steroid nasel spray for slightly enlarged adenoids. History trach, bronch, lary malacia. Operated coarc aorta bicuspid valve?
No simple answer: A simple answer would be to say that Nasonex (mometasone) is a pretty benign drug in most instances — and that would be true. However, you describe a very, very complex case with complex respiratory issues. I would only use this drug if the physicians managing your child say ok. It should have no effect on the heart problems. ...Read more
Pls advice me how long can I safely use nasonex (mometasone) nasal spray, ve used it for years now, but if stop get congestion due turbinate swelling and brain fog?
Safe for years: It is very safe to use in long term studies. Many pts end up taking this for years as well with minimal to no side effects. If looking for another long term option, then allergy shots might work well for you, and possibly lessen your need for medications. ...Read more
Is it safe to use nasonex (mometasone) spray and amoxycillin 500mg at the same time for sinus infection at 31 weeks pregnant? Will it harm the baby?
Sure: It is fine. Drink fluids.Get a more detailed answer ›
Clear very watery fluid run from nose bend over. Feel it run down throat laying down. Doc says allergies use nasonex (mometasone). That sound right or CSF leak?
Maybe: "Postnasal drip" can be due to many causes. If nasal allergy and inflammation is what's causing your feeling of drip then Nasonex (mometasone) can help. In my experience irritation of the throat caused by what patients eat and drink or by unrecognized reflux are far more common causes of feeling "post nasal drip." if you have reflux or drink a lot of soda, tea or coffee you should stop. ...Read more
Went to eye doc and pressure noted in bilateral eyes ie; 22 rt eye and 27 lt eye. He said could be advair and nasonex (mometasone) that I use?
Possible: There is warning on increase eye pressure from nasal or inhaled steroid. However, the incidence is extremely rare and the occurrence is likely related to your genes if these drugs do in fact affect your eye pressure. If your asthma requires Advair, you have no choice but to treat the eye pressure issue when it reaches dangerous level. Consider trying an antihistamine nasal spray vs Nasonex (mometasone). ...Read more
Pls can u specify names of few antihistamine nasal sprays
i ve chronic turbinate swelling, only thing my gp gave me was nasonex (mometasone) for regular use?
Every Dr tells me a different technic for spraying nasonex (mometasone). What's the best way to use this medicine?
I've been using nasonex (mometasone) for a month now, and when ever I use it I had this green inflamation coming out, and it happen everydaywhat should I do?
Can your body start resisting nasal steroids? Nasonex (mometasone) doesn't seem to work for me like it use too. Is this possible?
Technique: It is always a good idea to make sure the bottle is not expired and you are using it properly. When putting in nose, point tip out towards the eye so the spray will not hit the center part of nose. You may want to talk to your doctor about your dosage, sometimes there is room to move up on the amount of sprays or frequency to improve effectiveness. Using nasal saline irrigation before can help. ...Read more
I find nasonex (mometasone) clears my blocked nose well esp wen I travel. How often can I use it in a day without it being harmful to d body? Thank u!
Once a day: Nasonex (mometasone) is a topical steroid and can be very helpful in those with irritant or allergic "rhinitis" (runny nose) as an anti-inflammatory, however the recommended dose is only once a day. Even better, I believe, is saline rinsing (eg: "neti pot") which can be done several times a day and helps remove irritants and allergens. Only if saline rinsing doesn't work do I recommend a steroid spray! ...Read more
Allergy/Asthma: First off, follow the doctor recs. If you are worried, you should ask the allergist. But, yes, that is a safe regimen. It is actually a good therapy since the two nose sprays work very well together, the zyrtec is a good adjunct and Dulera (formoterol and mometasone) is one of the best asthma medications. ...Read more
My 7 month old daughter was given nasonex (mometasone) by our ENT to dry up some of her congestion.... Is this safe to use?
Approved for kids ages 2 and up.
Lower dose than adults. ...Read more
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