I took Rhinocort and now i have heart problems?
I stopped taking it because i had extreme shortness of breath, nervousness, and my heart pounded so fast and loud i thought i was going to die. now, every time someone scares me or i'm alarmed, those same feelings come back and i feel like im going to die. its not a panic attack, but it feels like my heart is...
Asked by Obdulia Vangalder 1 year ago.
I stopped taking it because i had extreme shortness of breath, nervousness, and my heart pounded so fast and loud i thought i was going to die. now, every time someone scares me or i'm alarmed, those same feelings come back and i feel like im going to die. its not a panic attack, but it feels like my heart is going so fast that its going to stop. whats going on? what should i do? i told my doctor and all she said was to discontinue using it. it's not fair because i used rhinocort to clear up sinuses, not to have a heart problem. is it going to go away? please help me im so scared. Answered by Phylicia Bulacan 1 year ago.
Rhinocort is topical steroid, and would generally not cause the type of symptoms you describe. Are you sure you were not using any other medications like pseudoepherine or phenylephrine as both of those could cause those type of symptoms at high doses. I suppose if you had an infection in your sinus that the act of taking the spray could have triggered some bacteremia (bacteria in the blood) which could have caused those type of symptoms, but that would be very very rare. I wonder if you have an unrelated problem like a thyroid problem or heart condition. You definitely need to get this checked out, and if you are still having the symptoms go to the emergency room. Answered by Jim Carvin 1 year ago.
Why do you think its not a panic attack? Some medications do have side effects but after you have been off them the side effects go away. Look up Rhinocort so you can see what adverse effects are. There are other nasal sprays ask your MD about them. Answered by Arcelia Wheat 1 year ago.
Taking rhinocort nasal spray and I 'm having trouble breathing?
I've been taking Rhinocort nasal spray as part of a treatment for my sinus problems, but lately my heart has been beating so fast. It feels irregular, i have a hard time breathing, and I'm short of breath. What is going on?
Asked by Mackenzie Crosser 1 year ago.
You need to stop the Rhinocort and call your doctor immediately. Since it's Friday afternoon...if you are having irregular heartbeats and shortness of breath, please go to the ER. Answered by Deborah Knouse 1 year ago.
The physician prescribed Prevacid p.o. and Rhinocort. What are the administration routes for these two medicat
Asked by Lowell Faircloth 1 year ago.
Prevacid is taken by mouth(p.o.) as prescribed, usually 30 min or so prior to eating to prevent reflux or GERD. Rhinocort is usually a nasal spray, for seasonal allergies. I do not know of a pill -your script should say Rhinocort Aqua. Answered by Yevette Pinkham 1 year ago.
Rhinocort Aqua Dosage?
I'm now using Rhinocort Aqua for my nostril problems.I just want to know,could Rhinocort Aqua cure Anaphylaxis?I mean,even a little?
Asked by Tess Loomer 1 year ago.
NOT EVEN CLOSE. If you are at risk of anaphylaxis from allergies, you should be carrying an epi-pen. Period. Answered by Michiko Ashkettle 1 year ago.
Rhinocort Dosage Answered by Jenee Kottsick 1 year ago.
Rhinocort Aqua Nasal Spray. Complicated Question?
Why does it tell u on the RhinoCort Nasal spray information page that it takes about 10 hours for it to clear a congested nose?I used it and my congestion literally disappeared within seconds. My congestion was a side-effect of my new increased dose of the antidepressant drug Trazodone. Trazodone does cause...
Asked by Shellie Sides 1 year ago.
Why does it tell u on the RhinoCort Nasal spray information page that it takes about 10 hours for it to clear a congested nose? I used it and my congestion literally disappeared within seconds. My congestion was a side-effect of my new increased dose of the antidepressant drug Trazodone. Trazodone does cause nasal congestion in some people but I am sure that nobody understands why this is so. Answered by Madelyn Calwell 1 year ago.
I think they mean 10 hours to completely clear up the sinuses. It should work immediately. Go to Drugs.com they have all drug interactions. Both OTC and Prescription, Answered by Elin Mashall 1 year ago.
I was told by the doctor under no circumstances to use nasal spray while pregnant, so maybe you should stop if you are trying to get pregnant Answered by Benita Krebsbach 1 year ago.