Is therean over-the-counter nasal spray similar to stadol?

Not likely. Stadol (butorophanol) is an opioid narcotic medication available as a nasal spray. At least in the U.S., there are no otc schedule IV controlled substance narcotic medications to my knowledge.

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Migraines 15yrs, tried otcs, -triptans, narcs, blockers, diet, with varying luck. Best luck-stadol nasal spray (max use 10x/mo). Any long term concerns?

Hormone. Migraine is often triggered by hormonal changes, have you tried birth control pills? If you have more than 15 migraines a month, Botox injections may be considered (not sure that this is fda approved for those under 18 but it is approved for other conditions down to age 12). Read more...
See below. In all clinical trials, less than 1% of patients using stadol had experiences that suggested the development of physical dependence or tolerance. In long-term trials with stadolns only, nasal congestion (13%) and insomnia (11%) were frequently reported. Read more...

Top of the nose hurts, bone is what hurts, use nasal spray over-the-counter more than six times a day. Rubed nose, could something moved, cartlige?

Nasal Spray? If you are using nasal saline spray that is probably fine but if you are using afrin (oxymetazoline) nasal spray - that would be way too often. You don't mention how long you have been using the nasal spray. If you are using afrin -that should only be used short term. Doubt the cartilage moved. Read more...

I end up sneezing all the time when on Vacation in India. Is there any nasal spray I can get over the counter? Tried Zyrtec and it made me very sleepy

Saline. Don't know what are available in India without a Rx. But Claritin or Allegra will not likely make you drowsy. Cortisone nasal spray is likely your best bet. I also suspect that mold exposure is the likely cause for your problem (Isn't it about Monsoon season in India now?) Read more...

How many hours can I repeat my dose of butorphanol after my second dose? (Nasal spray)

After several hours. Most doctors recommend you use only one spray initially (after proper instruction on how to use/spray). If pain persists after 60-90 minutes, second spray in other nostril can be used. After that do not repeat sooner than 3-4 hours. Some people will need two sprays (one in each nostril) for pain relief but side effects/drowsiness are greater. Follow doctor's directions carefully. Read more...
Review with your doc. You should review the dosing regimen that is optimal for you, as this is a plan that should be determined between a patient and his/her physician. Often butorphanol intranasal spray is administered a 1 mg(1 spray) every 3-4 hours as needed but this may not be best for you depending on your pain and medical/medication history. Read more...