Nasonex Nasal Spray is used in the treatment and prevention of seasonal and perennial allergic rhinitis (hay fever). This is a form of medication known as a corticosteroid. There may be other conditions where Nasonex Nasal Spray is a good choice of medication for you and so do not be surprised if your doctor prescribes you this medication for another condition. However you can expect a full explanation for why he or she has done so.

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Restylane injections are administered in the doctor’s office, typically for patients aged 35 to 60. It is most often performed with local anesthesia, especially if the lip is being treated. Since Restylane contains no lidocaine like collagen, patients may experience some pain and discomfort from the needle during injection. Read the rest of this entry »

A great advantage of DUROLANE is that it only requires one injection per treatment instead of the three to five that are necessary with competing products in order to achieve an effect. For the patient and the doctor this means that the risk of injection-related infections is reduced and that the patient does not need to come back so often. The effect of the treatment lasts approximately six months.

Botox is one of the many trade names for the neurotoxic protein called botulinum toxin that is produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. Read the rest of this entry »

I’m suffering from horrendous nasal polyps – I’ve had them for years, but they are now growing out of control. I’ve been prescribed Betnesol drops a couple of times for them – this works really well… but within four days of stopping the polyps reach the end of my nostrils again. Unfortunately Betnesol cannot be used for long periods of time – so I was prescribed Nasacort… this doesn’t do a thing, so my GP prescribed Nasonex – but I’m too scared to use it due to it saying not to take in pregnancy.

I’ve tried the pharmacy and they say not to take any steroids – this is silly in my case… the polyps have made my asthma much worse & I’ve already ended up in A&E having to take a short course of oral steroids – obviously me suffocating is NOT safet for the baby than steroids! Right now I haven’t slept for two days… I keep waking up not breathing within minutes of falling asleep. My nose is completely blocked by these damn things – so much so that I can’t sniff at all – it is as someone is pinching them closed & it is blocked down my throat..

Allergy tablets won’t help with polyps… saline solution does nothing…

Since I have been taking Nasonex/Astepro for sinus/allergies, I noticed my blood pressure has been going up. (141/97) I do have low blood sugar and I am wondering is there a connection.