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Inhaled steroid: Usually 2 times daily 1-4 puffs. When using steroid, remember to rinse your mouth after use. ...Read more
Yes: Q.I.D. Means four times a day.Get a more detailed answer ›
Depends: On the concentration of the active ingredient and the case severity, please see your doctor ...Read more
Yes: Beclovent and vanceril are the name brands for beclomethasone diproprionate asthma inhaler. These have been replaced with Qvar which is beclomethasone with a new propellant (hfa). Beclazone is the name brand used in the united kingdom. ...Read more
Maybe: Most common side-effect is irritation of nasal lining. This can be minimized by orienting the nozzle toward the ear on the same side as the nostril, i.e. Spray out, away from septum, toward ear on same side. The spray then falls on the "turbinates, " 3 folds on the outer wall of the nose halfway between the nostril and the ear that swell to block the passage and make mucus to cause post-nasal drip. ...Read more
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http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmed/17943772. ...Read more
Yes: Beclomethasone is the active ingredient in beclovent (beclomethasone). ...Read more
I have been taking beconase (beclomethasone) spray but it's making me feel worse. Why is that? What can I do?
I started taking beclomethasone about a week ago and it doesn't seem to be helping my asthma. How long does it normally take?
After reading about all the side effects, im scared to use it! Should I switch to beconase (beclomethasone) or continue using nasocort?
What is "it"?: Please rephrase your question so we know what you are afraid of taking? Discuss your concerns with your fp, who can allay your fears or recommend an alternative medication. ...Read more
Mostly non-existent: Beclomethasone is a mild to moderate strength corticosteroid used for the treatment of allergic rhinitis or as a maintenance/controller medication for asthma. Some people may have side effects such as dryness in the nose which may lead to nosebleeds or throat dryness which can promote the growth of yeast. Non of the components have been commonly associated with causing allergic reactions. ...Read more
Would Fluticasone be comparable to Beconase (beclomethasone) AQ and what would be comparable to Flovent HFA?
Both nostrals/sinuses feel partially blocked for years. Been taking beclomethasone since july and was told it can take months to help. Is this right?
Nasal congestion: Nasal sprays can take up to 2 weeks to work, not months, you need to see an allergist or ENT to determine the chronic cause of your congestion, you need to be tested for allergies to determine your triggers if any. ...Read more