Otrivin Menthol Nasal Spray 10ml

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Otrivin Menthol Nasal Spray 10ml

Otrivin Adult Menthol Nasal Spray provides up to 10 hours relief from blocked or runny nose caused by colds, flu, sinusitis, or hayfever.
Classification Pharmacy Only
Active Ingredient Otrivin Adult Menthol Nasal Spray contains Xylometazoline hydrochloride 1.0mg/ml.
Dosage Adults and children over 12 years: 1 spray in each nostril two or three times a day.
Contra Indications Do not use Otrivin Adult Menthol Nasal Spray if you suffer from hypersensitivity to any ingredient. Patients with trans-sphenoidal hypophysectomy or surgery exposing the dura mater should not use Otivin Adult Menthol Nasal Spray. Patient taking MAOI medicines or within 2 weeks of stopping MAOI medicines should not use Otrivin Adult Menthol Nasal Spray.
Reactions The following may occur when using Otrivin Adult Menthol Nasal Spray: Burning sensation in nose and throat, local irritation or dryness of nasal mucosa, nausea, headache.
Interactions Patients taking MAOI medicines or within 2 weeks of stopping MAOI medicines should not use Otrivin Adult Menthol Nasal Spray.
Patient Info Discard Otrivin Menthol Adult Nasal Spray one month after opening. Each pack of Otrivin Adult Menthol Nasal Spray should be used by only one person. Otrivin was previously known as Otrivine.
Warning It is not recommended that Otrivin Adult Menthol Nasal Spray be used for more than 5 days. For external use only. Patients showing a strong reaction to adrenergic substances, patients with hypertension, cardiovascular disease or thryoid disease. should seek medical advice before using Otrivin Adult Menthol Nasal Spray. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding please seek medical advice before using Otrivin Adult Menthol Nasal Spray.

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