The difference between nasonex and beconase?
and why is beconase an over the counter drug and nasonex isn't? also, from your experiences which one works best? thanks
Asked by Clarinda Dunahoe 1 year ago.
Hi, Nasonex is mometasone, while beconase is beclomethasone. Both of these drugs are nasal steroids to generally help with your allergic rhinitis. They are pretty similar since they are in the same class. I do not recall Beconase being OTC status in the US. Neither works better than the other chemically, so you would actually have to trial each to find out which one works best for you personally. Answered by Livia Loosli 1 year ago.
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Why is Beconase nasal spray for over 18s?
I was just wondering if there is a danger for under 18s using it and why is it? What makes it over 18s? Thanks. Aleks :)
Asked by Twana Cutone 1 year ago.
Because if your younger it will work with your system differently. And it works badly for younger people. Answered by Evia Dorosan 1 year ago.
Persistent (3yr) sinus congestion, sludge, PND - daily Sudafed or daily Beconase/steroid spray?
Which is better, or more acceptable to take permanently, in the long run? Cheers, and any other advice would be great.
Asked by Hugo Helmcamp 1 year ago.
My husband uses this to keep from getting bronchitis, and I use to to cure sinus infections. THere are many kinds of bacteria that live in the sinuses, and this gets rid of all the bad ones!.This is the only thing that really helped me --- my Dr. told me about a sinus wash that will kill bacteria. you need distilled water sea salt liquid chlorophyll and colloidal silver from the health food store. in a glass mix 1/4 cup water with a pinch of salt and heat to body temperature. add 5 drops each silver and chlorophyll and mix. using a large dropper (like one used for infant medication) drop 2 full droppersfull into one side of the nose while laying down. Turn the head and let it drain out the other nostril. Be sure to have paper towels handy. The silver kills the bacteria and there are several hundred kind that can live in the sinus cavities and anti biotics don't get rid of them all. Do this twice a day for a week, mixing up the mixture fresh each time. Then do it once a week for maintenance. There is nothing in this that will hurt you, and it cured me. I do not have to take claritin, or antibiotics anymore. best wishes Answered by Luciano Hammacher 1 year ago.
The steroid will stay primarily in your sinuses. Very little of it will make it into the rest of your body. Plus you have the benefit of it going exactly where you need it. You only take it once a day. Sudafed only lasts a few hours before you're back where you started. If you're taking the original pseudoephedrine formula it can raise your blood pressure which can be problematic if you tend to have elevated blood pressure. I find that the Sudafed PE formula doesn't work nearly as well. Answered by Dell Silis 1 year ago.
What's the difference between nasonex and beconase nasal spray?
was just wondering thats all
Asked by Joan Madrid 1 year ago.
Both are Corticosteroid nasal sprays can be used to relieve the symptoms of sinusitis, hay fever, allergic rhinitis and non-allergic (perennial) rhinitis. They can reduce inflammation and histamine production in the nasal passages thereby relieving nasal congestion, runny nose, sneezing, sinus pain, headaches etc. They have been clinically proven however they can cause side effects such as headaches, nausea and nose bleeds. Answered by Epifania Trude 1 year ago.