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Oxymetazoline is taken for: Congestion Allergies

Oxymetazoline

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Method of use: Eye Drops, Nasal Drops
Prescribing mode: OTC
Oxymetazoline is a selective alpha-1 agonist and partial alpha-2 agonist topical decongestant, used in the form of Oxymetazoline hydro...
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Oxymetazoline for Congestion
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Oxymetazoline & Oral

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dr-bob.org
Intranasal oxymetazoline (e.g., Afrin) should be okay:...
" ...miserable... I take Nardil, Wellbutrin, and ...safe with this? Intranasal oxymetazoline (e.g., Afrin) should be ...won't be clinically significant. Oral decongestants like pseudoephedrine ar... "

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Oxymetazoline is very effective for me. Far better...
" ...small amount of oxymetazoline is absorbed into ...would have been different.) Oxymetazoline is very effective for me. Far better than the oral stuff I used in the past (pseudoephedrine, etc). I... "

xylometazoline or Oxymetazoline nasal spray, for not more...
" ...do feel you are having an Upper Respiratory Tract Infection, which could ...3. You can use OTC xylometazoline or Oxymetazoline nasal spray, for not more than 5 days. 4. Oral decongestants will ... "

active ingredient oxymetazoline. I was under the impression...
" ...I have been suffering with allergies for a couple of weeks, and so have used a nasal spray, with the active ingredient oxymetazoline. I was under the impression that oral decongestants... "

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u give decongestants and oxymetazoline. For vasomotor...
" ...with Viral RHinitis u give decongestants and oxymetazoline. For vasomotor rhinitis you give cromolyn sodium. For ALLERGIC RHINITIS whic is SEASONAl ...You also give intranasal and oral... "

Was reading up on oxymetazoline and that seems to be a good...
" Was reading up on oxymetazoline and that seems to be a good option for ...about topical azelaic acid and ... "

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want an oral medication. Oxymetazoline nasal sprays (eg,...
" Pseudoephedrine is good if you want an oral medication. Oxymetazoline nasal sprays (eg, Afrin) are quite effective too, but also quite dependence-forming (there's nightmarish rebound... "

last night for an oral report. It worked remarkably...
" I used a double application of oxymetazoline last night for an oral report. It worked remarkably well, as expected, but I was pleasantly ...into today. I do have clonazepam in my system, which... "

1) Oral decongestant levocetrizine with phenylephrine 2)...
" ...I recommend the following. 1) Oral decongestant levocetrizine with phenylephrine 2) oxymetazoline nasal drops. 3) tablet paracetamol for pain relief. Hope I have answered... "

3) Oral decongestant like levocetrizine with phenylephrine....
" ...antibiotics. 2) Analgesics like paracetamol for pain relief. 3) Oral decongestant like levocetrizine with phenylephrine. ...your ear blocking sensation. 4) Oxymetazoline nasal drops . Dont use... "

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