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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 27 Feb 2013 by kreuzberg46 • 2 answers
experienced some dizziness the second I woke up in the middle of the night and was unable to return to sleep. Instead of taking the dosage at night should I switch to the morning? Will these aforeementioned side effects disappear?
Posted 2 Nov 2012 by Luckysinnimon • 1 answer
... while taking this Supposedly little is absorbed, but while in this med I get hyper in day and an increase of PVCs- ( feeling of skipped heartbeats) which I had not experienced since going on Flonase 4 years ago.
Posted 20 Oct 2012 by porter1 • 1 answer
Posted 20 Jan 2012 by Miss Eliza • 1 answer
I had a cold since early November. Two months later, I have painfully sensitive mucous membranes in my nose and I am plagued with rashes. The only thing I have used is the Veramyst my doctor gave me to use every day.
Posted 9 Jul 2011 by Bayadere • 1 answer
Because it's a steroid, is it recommended that people only take it for a short amount of time? Also, is it safe to use this when I am taking a corticosteroid for asthma?
Posted 8 Aug 2011 by MN39_2001 • 1 answer
DO I TAKE TOO MUCH MEDICATION. I take veramyst, singular, allegra all once a day. I take mucinex 4 times a day for mucus relief. OOPS i FORGET TO ADD THIS PART BEFORE. I TAKE THE NASAL EXPECTORANT 600 MILIGRAM ONCE A DAY. DO ALOT OF RHINITIS SUFFERS TAKE THIS MUCH MUCINEX
Posted 17 Oct 2010 by dca.269 • 1 answer
I have been using Veramyst nasal spray, 2 sprays in each nostril daily, for the past 6 days with little success. If I spray at 6:30 am. it takes 10 to 12 hrs. before I can even notice a very limited reaction. It seems that I need something to get me over the hump until this Veramyst works. I did ...
Posted 6 Sep 2010 by fathertime • 1 answer
Can I use Nasonex with Claratin or Benadryl?
Posted 22 Apr 2010 by karenpierce • 2 answers
Veramyst, however, does not cause a headache. Why the difference?
Posted 17 Jun 2010 by naspray • 2 answers
The sample was give over a year ago and my quetion is safe to use.
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