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Posted 26 Sep 2010 by Texas_Star • 1 answer
I have used it for years and it works for me. I recently enrolled in Medicare Part D. My provider considers Nasonex a Non-preferred Brand and I cannot afford the copay.
Posted 10 Nov 2009 by bpeacock_62 • 1 answer
I was perscibed fluticasone in the spring when i returned to the Dr. this fall I was given nasonex because ny insurance would not cover the fluticasone...
Posted 31 Aug 2013 by Rosalie0423 • 1 answer
Posted 9 Sep 2015 by myrtlebeach • 0 answers
Pharmacy was told it was on back order for two weeks and no other pharmacies in my area had any. They said it might be going generic in late 2015. Is this correct. Also it is very inconvenient to the patients who need this medicine and are unable to get it or be told that there is a problem.
Posted 25 Jan 2015 • 2 answers
Nasonex prescribed by doctor after having sinus surgery for removal of polyps ,and other procedures, use Nasonex two sprays once a day ,was told by surgeon that this would prevent polyps from growing back? I am 76 years old ,is it wise to keep using this ,I have a persistent cough and mucus and ...
Posted 26 Oct 2014 by Concernedhayfever • 1 answer
... After about 2 days I used the meds. Worked like a charm, however, I left it out in the 90 degrees temp. again for 2 days. (I live in the tropics.) Will these temperature fluctuations cause any significant/ dangerous changes to the drug
Posted 6 May 2014 by Gilltel • 1 answer
Posted 13 Mar 2014 by preguntona47 • 1 answer
... few days I developed severe vertigo, could it be a side effect of the nasonex?
Posted 15 Feb 2014 by liz141 • 1 answer
I feel as if my head has been driven through a brick wall, with quite severe pain in my eyes & face, (I know this can be the effect of sinus anyway, but after 2 days using the spray I feel just as bad). Haven't been able to sleep since taking it either??
Posted 1 Apr 2013 by WOODSPRITE4 • 2 answers
its Nyquil with acetaminophen, doxylamine, and dextromethorphan
Posted 24 Jun 2013 by mckayone • 1 answer
One Doctor prescribed Veramyst. New Doctor prescribed Nasonex. Naturally I am confused. Do they do the same thing ?
Posted 18 May 2013 by dinadonna63 • 1 answer
My Ent doctor after examining my sinus's said there were no polyps and I had a choice of trying zetonna or nasonex. I have previously been on Veramyst. I am just getting over a bout of bronchitis and I have bronchial asthma now I feel contributed too by allergies.
Posted 8 Oct 2013 by mariselaemily • 2 answers
Posted 24 Jun 2013 by busyquilter • 1 answer
I have hay fever and last year it was worse so I started using Nasonex everyday. I am having facial tingling, not numbness, on both sides of my face up to my eyes. It started on the left side and now it is on both sides. I am also taking allergy shots once a week but the tingling started last year ...
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