How is it administered?
Beconase aq nasal spray is administered in the following ways:
- The spray bottle has to be shaken and then taken in one nostril at a time.
- The nozzle must be placed in the right place so that it can go inside the nose.
- Spray only in one nostril keeping the other one closed.
- Then, spray the other nostril.
Budenase Nasal Spray should be taken as per the doctor’s instructions.
Side Effects of Beconase Spray:
The side-effects of beconase aq nasal spray are given below:
- Loss of taste or even smell
- Pain in the area it is applied
- Feeling woozy
It is vital to consider these symptoms before the intake of this medication.
Dosage of Beconase spray:
The recommended dosage of Budenase Nasal Spray is 1-2 nasal sprays two times in a day.
The effect of the dosage should be visible within a few days of having started the treatment.
More than two nasal sprays at the time of taking the medicine is not advised. It could result in side-effects.
There may be some constituents due to which reactions could occur in an individual. In these instances, Budenase Nasal Spray should not be taken.
People who have had chickenpox should not be given this drug.
One must wash hands before and after the use of Budenase Nasal Spray. The area that it has to be applied should also be washed and dried properly.
The doctor who is treating you may inform you about the medicines that could interact with Beconase AQ.
Budenase AQ Nasal Spray Ingredients:
The active ingredients in Budenase Nasal Spray are Beclomethasone Dipropionate and Monohydrate.