Beclomethasone Aq nasal spray

Beclomethasone Aq nasal spray is a generic medication for the drug Qvar Inhaler:

Beclomethasone Aq nasal spray medication comes in several different strengths; click on the strength you need to view prices from pharmacies competing to earn your business.

Beclomethasone Aq nasal spray 50 mcg
Beclomethasone Aq Nasal Spray 100 mcg

Beclomethasone Aq General Information

Beclomethasone Aq has a class name of corticosteroid meaning nasal route. This can also be used as an inhaler. This is also a generic brand medication that must be prescribed by your doctor.

How does Beclomethasone Aq work?

Beclomethasone Aq is a nasal spray that helps with allergies, irritation, stuffy nose, other nasal problems, and has also been used to help with nasal polyps after having them removed by surgery. This is also a type of steroid used for respiratory problems.

When/How is Beclomethasone Aq taken/used/applied?

Beclomethasone is taken as an inhaler with a nasal spray. You hold it up to our nasal passages and squeeze the bottle then inhale through your nose and that is done with the spray. With the inhaler type make sure that you shake the bottle well before each use, take the cap off and hold upright then wrap your lips around it. While pressing down on the can inhale deeply and hold your breath as long as you can. Let go and release the inhaler then breath out gently. You want to make sure that you clear your nasal passages the best you can before using this medicine. This medicine should be used when you are having any of the problems listed above, but with the correct dosage amount.

Side Effects

The common side effects when using Beclomethasone Aq are bad smell, blindness, eye pain, headache, light-headedness or dizziness, loss of sense of taste or smell, hives, discharge or redness in eye, crusty, white patches, or sores inside nose, burning or stinging, blurred vision, bloody mucous or nosebleeds, nausea or vomiting, white patches in throat, stomach pains, ringing in the ears, skin rash, shortness of breath, sore throat, cough, hoarseness, swelling of eyelids, face, or lips, stuffy, dry, or runny nose, tightness in chest, unusual tiredness or weakness, wheezing, acne, agitation, allergic reactions, bruising, cataracts, chest pain, cold sores, cough, depression, dry mouth, ear infections, fever, fluid retention, flu-like symptoms, headache, increased pressure within the eye (glaucoma), itching, joint pain, mental disturbances, moon face, mouth or throat infection, nose infection, pinkeye, "pins and needles" sensation, skin wasting, sneezing, stunted growth, or weight gain. There are many that are more common and some that are very less common side effects.

Other Brand Names

Other Brand Names for Beclomethasone Aq:

  • Beconase AQ Nasal Spray
  • Beconase AQ Inhalation Aerosol
  • Beclovent
  • Qvar Inhalation Aerosol
  • Vancenase AQ Nasal Spray and Double Strength Nasal Spray
  • Vancenase Nasal Inhaler and PocketHaler Nasal Inhaler
  • Vanceril Inhalation Aerosol and Double Strength Inhalation Aerosol
  • Vanceril Inhaler

Safety Information:

You should consult with you doctor if you have Amebiasis, Asthma, Type 2 diabetes mellitus, Glaucoma, certain infections, injury or surgery to the nose, sores in the nose, liver disease, tuberculosis, underactive thyroid, weak heart, recent heart attack, pregnant, or breastfeeding./p>

Dosage:

Nasal aerosol dosage: Adults and children six years of age and older- one spray in each nostril 2-4 times a day. Children up to six years of age must be determined by a doctor.

Nasal suspension dosage: Adults and children six years of age and older- one to two sprays in each nostril two times a day. Children up to six years of age must be determined by a doctor.

Visual Description:

The Beclomethasone Aq consists of either a nasal bottle spray or an inhaler that is used through your mouth./p>