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posted: Jul. 27, 2009 @ 9:33a
My ENT gives me lots of free samples. Plus he has coupons that make it free.
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posted: Sep. 15, 2009 @ 1:47p
Anyone have any experience with this stuff?
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posted: Sep. 15, 2009 @ 2:04p
It's another intranasal corticosteroid spray that works to block inflammation and irritation that result from typical allergens. I'm on my third specific brand in over twenty years (Nasalide, Beconase AQ, and now Rhinocort). All have worked very well for me. I first started on Nasalide when I would have allergic episodes overnight and early morning. It was a godsend at the time and now I take it for granted. Moved off Nasalide because it burned a bit. Beconase AQ disappeared when the mfr patent expired. All are designed to do the same thing and have worked very well for me, but I have read that different perople may respond differently to the various formulations.
posted: Sep. 15, 2009 @ 2:14p
PatrickBateman said: Anyone have any experience with this stuff?
Yup, I've used this for 18 months or so and have also used a similar spray called Astelin. For me, Veramyst works much better and is more gentle on the nasal cavities. I balance the spray with Zyrtec and the combination works really good. I don't spray daily like I should, but when I do I'd describe it as putting my nose to sleep or turning off the faucet. Astelin on the other hand left an after taste and often felt weird inside the nose.
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