Beconase Hayfever Nasal Spray

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Beconase Hayfever Nasal Spray

Beconase Hayfever can be used throughout the hayfever season to treat the common symptoms of hayfever such as sneezing and a runny, itchy or blocked-up nose. When your nose is cleared the pressure and pain around your nose is also reduced.If used properly sufferers should be able to do the things they want to do without worrying about troublesome hayfever symptoms.
Classification Pharmacy Only
Active Ingredient Beclomethasone dipropionate 50mcg USP.
Dosage Recommended dose for adults and children over 12;
Two sprays in each nostril every morning and evening. (A full explanation of how to use this nasal spray is included with each pack - please read carefully before using Beconase Hayfever ).

Beconase Hayfever will not cause drowsiness.
Beconase Hayfever starts to work immediately, but may take 2-3 days to build up to its maximum protective effect. Beconase Hayfever is not intended to give rapid relief of your nasal symptoms. Beconase Hayfever controls the underlying disorders responsible for your attacks so it is important to use it regularly.
Contra Indications The following can affect your treatment:

Recent nasal surgery
Underactive adrenal gland
Nasal or sinus infection
Respiratory infection
Nose injury
Viral infection
Tendency toward blood clotting disorders or a history of nose bleeds.
Warning Should not be used if breastfeeding as this drug will pass into the breast milk.

This medicine should not be used for longer than SIX months without your doctors advice.
This medicine should not be used in children under SIX years of age. Possible side effects:Although medicines have side-effects, most people do not experience any. If you experience any side effects please contact us or your doctor.

Medicines have benefits and some have risks. Always read the label and use only as directed. If symptoms persist or you have side effects see your healthcare professional. Vitamins are supplementary to and not a replacement for a balanced diet.