Buy Rhinocort Aqua Nasal Spray Online in the UK
Rhinocort Aquas Nasal Spray is used for the treatment of hay fever and other allergic rhinitis as it works by reducing inflammation and allergic response.
Each spray contains 64 micrograms of budesonide steroid.
Used regularly Rhinocort can control your symptoms of stuffiness, runny or blocked nose and sneezing
Rhinocort is a nasal spray that is used to both treat and prevent allergic rhinitis. A blockage, runny nose, itching, and/or sneezing may be caused by allergic rhinitis, which is an inflammation or swelling of the nose's lining. This is frequently, but not always, brought on by an allergy to airborne particles (such as pollen or dust mites).
You might only experience symptoms in the spring or summer. This form of allergy, often known as hay fever, is typically brought on by different pollens. Some individuals could have symptoms all year long.
This is widely known as perennial allergic rhinitis and is typically brought on by house dust mites, pets, or moulds.
Nasal polyps, which are tiny tissue lumps that develop from the nose lining, are another condition that Rhinocort is used to treat. In Rhinocort, budesonide is present. This is a member of the corticosteroid drug class, which is used to treat inflammation.
Rhinocort does not cause addiction and is suitable for use with antihistamines and/or eye drops - see here.
Rhinocort is only available with a prescription from a doctor.
The recommended dose for adults is two sprays of Rhinocort Aqua into each nostril in the morning.
Alternatively, you can use one dose in the morning and one in the evening if this helps control your symptoms better.
Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you notice any of the following and they don't go away or get worse:
- increased amount of sputum
- dry nose or mouth
- itching or sore throat
- nose bleeds
- nasal crust
- sneezing after spraying or
- irritated nose
The above list includes the more common side effects of your medicine. They are usually mild and only last for a short time.
Tell your doctor or pharmacist immediately if you notice any of the following:
- swelling of the face, lips, mouth, tongue or throat which may cause sign or symptoms of a nasal or sinus infection such as persistent fever, pain or swelling, or discoloured nasal discharges
- If you have any change in vision or have blurred vision
- an ulcer (open wound) in your nose
- difficulty in swallowing or breathing
- severe rash