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Allergy is a hypersensitivity of the immune system. Allergic reactions occur when a person's immune system reacts to normally harmles...
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Nasal Decongestant
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Nasonex
Other name: Sudafed (Sudafed)
Other name: Mometasone (Mometasone)
2.5
3.5
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Allergies
Pain
Common Cold
Cough
Congestion
Sinus Infections
Nasal Congestion
Flu
Runny Nose
Sneezing
Inflammation
Rhinitis
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Allergies
Congestion
Seasonal Allergies
Inflammation
Rhinitis
Allergic Rhinitis
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Method of use:
Inhalation, Pill, Syrup
Method of use:
Inhalation, Pill, Syrup
Prescribing mode:
OTC
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decongestant or nasal decongestant is a type of drug that is used to relieve nasal congestion...
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Mometasone furoate (also referred to as mometasone) is a glucocorticosteroid used topically to reduce inflammation of the skin or in the airways...
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Top Concerns
Nas
Addiction
7
High Blood Pressure
4
Palpitations
1
Apnea
1
Tachycardia
1
Diabetes
1
Paranoia
1
Psychotic
1
Loss Of Appetite
1
Heart Problems
1
Top Concerns
Nas
Sneezing
8
Sore Throat
4
Fever
3
Migraines
3
Tinnitus
3
Addiction
2
Sleep Apnea
2
Apnea
2
Sinus Headaches
2
Weight Gain
2
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Palpitations
Nas
Nas
1
0
Apnea
Nas
Nas
1
2
Tachycardia
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Nas
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Diabetes
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Nas
1
0
Paranoia
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Nas
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Psychotic
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Loss Of Appetite
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Nas
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Nas
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Sneezing
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Nas
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Sore Throat
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Fever
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0
Migraines
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Tinnitus
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Nas
3
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Addiction
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Nas
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Sleep Apnea
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Nas
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0
Apnea
Nas
Nas
2
1
Sinus Headaches
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Nas
2
0
Weight Gain
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decongestant or nasal decongestant is a type of drug that is used to relieve nasal congestion...
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Mometasone furoate (also referred to as mometasone) is a glucocorticosteroid used topically to reduce inflammation of the skin or in the airways...
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night without taking a nasal decongestant at night. I am...
" ...at night without taking a nasal decongestant at night. I am ...Have you tried using a steroid nasal spray (e.g. Flonase, Nasonex)? I use them, though I'm not sure they help much, if at... "

1st since it didn't help to take nasonex...most of the time...
" ...to take sudafed nasal decongestant 1st since it didn't help to take nasonex...most of the time it works but this time nothing really and yesterday i got a bloody nose so ...i did and no blood... "

by using Nasonex (mometasone furoate) spray, although...
" ...was using a steroid nasal decongestant as typical ...problem by using Nasonex (mometasone furoate) spray, although it is a steroid based spray you can use it every day without side effects, I us... "

congested he'll just put me on nasonex or something stupid....
" ...nasal decongestant. It sometimes is 2 nostrils but after a quick phlem 1 is cleared and 1 usually remains. Blockage of one or both nostrils Nasal congestion, sometimes one-sided Frequent no... "

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hated the chin straps, too cumbersome and didn't work...
" ...and my doctor gave me an RX for a nasal decongestant-nasonex. Do not use over the counter spray. It makes it worse. Open mouth-I hated the chin straps, too cumbersome and didn't work well for... "

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spray and nightly use of nasonex which is a steroid...
" ...Mia. She has had a constant chesty cough since june and ...(dust, pollen etc), so he has prescribed her 5 days of a nasal decongestant spray and nightly use of nasonex which is a steroid nasal... "

prescribed some type of nasal decongestant, which didn't...
" Does Nasonex ever burn your nose? How long did it ...second time I have had nasal obstruction and last time the Doctor prescribed some type of nasal decongestant, which didn't work. I had... "

vessel).Yes you can use Nasonex.It is a corticosteroid and...
" ...The treatment you are taking for seasonal allergies is right. Pseudoephedrine is a nasal decongestant, which decreases the ...vessel).Yes you can use Nasonex.It is a corticosteroid... "

Have you used nasal decongestant sprays before? They...
" ...the bone has been removed. Nasonex and Flonase are different I ...how come your surgery wasn't successful? Have you used nasal decongestant sprays before? They work well but it can't be... "

what is Nasonex? Is it a nasal decongestant? I will...
" Janette... what is Nasonex? Is it a nasal decongestant? I will add that to my \"shopping list\" when I see the pedi in March! I wasn't sure if it was... "

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