FAQs ABOUT RYNO NASAL SPRAY
What is RYNO NASAL SPRAY and why is it prescribed?
RYNO NASAL SPRAY contains Fluticasone which belongs to the group of medicines called Corticosteroids (glucocorticoids). It is used to treat symptoms of allergic rhinitis such as stuffy, runny, or itchy nose, sneezing, itchy, red, or watery eyes in adults and children above 6 years of age.
Is it safe to use RYNO NASAL SPRAY for a long time?
Occurrence of growth retardation is possible with prolonged use of RYNO NASAL SPRAY. Your doctor will keep a check of the child’s height and modify the doses as required. Nosebleeds (generally minor), may occur if used continuously for more than 6 weeks Therefore, contact your doctor before using.
Is RYNO NASAL SPRAY a steroid?
Yes, RYNO NASAL SPRAY is corticosteroid which causes vasoconstriction (constriction of blood vessels) and has an anti-inflammatory activity. It directly decreases the cells that cause inflammation such as eosinophils, monocytes, mast cells, macrophages, and dendritic cells. RYNO NASAL SPRAY also decreases mucus gland secretions. Therefore, helps in reducing inflammation and making it easier to breathe.
What are the things I need to take care of while using RYNO NASAL SPRAY?
RYNO NASAL SPRAY is administered by intranasal route as a spray which produces a mist, do not let the liquid, or the mist produced by RYNO NASAL SPRAY, get into your eyes by wearing glasses or goggles to protect them. Use your nebuliser in a well-ventilated room as some of the mist will be released into the air which may be inhaled by others.
Can RYNO NASAL SPRAY be used in children?
RYNO NASAL SPRAY is not recommended for use in children below 6 years of age. Your doctor will keep a check of the child’s height and modify the doses as required. Therefore, contact your child’s doctor before using RYNO NASAL SPRAY for your child.