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Nasal Spray for hayfever or allergy


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What is Nasonex?

Nasonex nasal spray contains the active ingredient mometasone furoate, which is steroid (corticosteroid). It is used to treat symptoms of an allergic reaction or hay fever, such as sneezing, a blocked or runny nose and itching. Nasonex is available as a generic version, known as Mometasone nasal spray.

How does Nasonex work?

Nasonex works by releasing mometasone into the cells in the nasal passage. This prevents them from releasing chemicals that cause symptoms of allergy. Nasonex works in this way to reduce irritation and swelling which relieves other symptoms such as sneezing, itchiness or a blocked nose.

Who should not use Nasonex?

Do not use Nasonex if:

  • You are allergic to mometasone furoate or any of the other ingredients contained within Nasonex. A full list can be found in the patient information leaflet
  • You have an untreated infection in your nose
  • You have recently had or are going to have an operation on your nose
  • You have recently injured your nose

Talk to your doctor before using Nasonex if:

  • You have or have had tuberculosis in the past
  • You currently have any type of infection
  • You are taking any other steroid medication including tablets or injections
  • You have cystic fibrosis

Talk to your doctor if any of the following occur while you are using Nasonex:

  • You feel as though your immune system is not functioning well
  • You encounter anyone that suffers from measles or chicken pox
  • You get an infection in your nose or throat
  • You have been using this medication for several months
  • You have constant irritation in your throat or nose


What are the side effects of using Nasonex?

Nasonex can cause side effects. These include but are not limited to:

Allergic reactions – symptoms include:

  • Swelling to the face, tongue or throat
  • Difficulty when trying to swallow or breathe
  • Hives

If you experience any of these symptoms, immediately discontinue use of Nasonex and seek urgent medical attention as allergic reactions can be severe.

Common side effects (affecting 1 in 10 people) include:

  • Headaches
  • Nose bleeds
  • Sneezing
  • Sore nose or throat
  • Development of ulcers in the nose
  • Respiratory tract infection

Other side effects (for which the frequency is unknown) include:

  • Glaucoma or cataracts
  • Damage to the partition in the nose between the nostrils
  • Altered sense of taste or smell
  • Impaired vision
  • Having trouble breathing

If you experience any of these side effects, or ones not listed above, get in touch with your GP or pharmacist.

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Shake the bottle

Gently shake the bottle a few times as shown in the image

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Remove dust cap and prime

Remove the dust cap and hold the bottle as shown with your index and middle finger on the collar of the nozzle and your thumb underneath. If you are using your nasal spray for the first time or after a few days without use, press down with your index and middle finger until a fine mist is produced.

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Blow your nose

Blow your nose using clean towel or tissue to ensure your airways are clear

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Administer spray

Hold the bottle as shown and using your other hand, place a finger on your nose to close one nostril. Put the nozzle into the other nostril as far as is comfortable. Tilt your head forward and keep the bottle upright. Start breathing in slowly through your nose and at the same time press down firmly on the collar of the bottle to release one spray.

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Breathe out

Breathe out through your mouth. Repeat step 4 if you have been instructed to administer more than one spray in each nostril.

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Administer in other nostril

Repeat steps 4 and 5 to administer the spray in your other nostril

Use Nasonex exactly as you have been instructed by your GP or pharmacist.

Nasonex needs to be ‘primed’ before using it for the first time or after a few days of the spray not being used.

To prepare Nasonex:

  • Gently shake the bottle
  • Place your index and middle finger on either side of the collar of the bottle and your thumb on the bottom of the bottle
  • While facing the nozzle away from you, press down on the pump a few times until a fine mist is released to “prime” the pump
  • If you have not used your Nasonex for more than 10 days, you will need to re-prime the bottle

It is important to clean your Nasonex regularly to ensure it stays working properly

To clean Nasonex:

  • Take off the dust cap and gently pull on the nozzle to remove it
  • Use warm water to wash the nozzle and dust cap, then rinse them off under a running tap
  • Shake off any excess water and leave the dust cap and nozzle to dry in a warm place
  • Replace both the nozzle and the dust cap
  • Prime the spray again each time after cleaning it

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