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Pollenase Hayfever Nasal Spray 200 Doses

SKU : OTCPOLLENSPRAY01|PIP-Code : 2766491|EAN : 5037154000155
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Pollenase Hayfever Nasal Spray helps relieve the symptoms of allergies such as hayfever, pet allergies and dust mite allergies in adults aged 18 years and over.
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Pollenase Hayfever Nasal Spray

Pollenase Hayfever Nasal Spray relieves the symptoms of allergies including hayfever and pet and dust mite allergies, such as sneezing, itchy nose and eyes or a blocked or runny nose. It contains beclometasone, a corticosteroid that works by reducing the inflammation in the lining of your nose.

Pollenase Hayfever Nasal Spray is suitable for adults aged 18 years and over. Beclometasone can take two to three days to have its full effect, so it is works best if you start using it two to three days before you expect to get symptoms, for example before the start of the pollen season, or if you know you are going to be in contact with pets that give you the allergy. It should then be used regularly to keep your symptoms under control.

Dosage (for adults only)
  • You will need to use the Pollenase Hayfever Nasal Spray regularly.
  • Squirt two sprays into each nostril twice a day, every morning and evening.
  • Once you start to feel better, a single spray into each nostril twice a day may be enough to control your hayfever.
  • Do not use more often than 8 sprays in 24 hours. If you feel no better after 10 days consult your doctor.
  • You should not use Pollenase Hayfever Nasal Spray continuously for longer than 3 months without consulting a doctor.
How to use
  1. Remove the dust-cap and lock-ring (if fitted). Shake the bottle gently.
  2. On first using the nasal spray, prepare for use by pressing down on the white collar using both your index and middle fingers. Keep the base supported with your thumb. Continue to press down until the collar stops and then allow to return to its original position. Repeat this action until a fine spray appears. The first five attempts to produce a spray should be allowed to go to waste. Now the spray is ready to use.
  3. To use the spray, first blow your nose gently. Closing one nostril off as shown, bend your head forward slightly. Hold the bottle upright and carefully insert the applicator into your other nostril.
  4. Slowly begin to breathe in through your nose and whilst doing so press down firmly on the white collar to produce a fine spray inside your nose. Breathe out through your mouth.
  5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to squirt a second spray in the same nostril.
  6. Cleaning - Wash the nozzle frequently with warm water. This will prevent it from getting blocked. If the pump has not been used for a short period of time, re-priming may be necessary (see Step 2 above).
  • Active Ingredient: Beclometasone Diproprionate 50 microgrammes.
  • Other Ingredients: Anhydrous Dextrose, Polysorbate 80, Dispersible Cellulose, Benzalkonium Chloride 95%, Phenylethanol and Purified Water.
  • It may take a few days before you notice an improvement in your symptoms. It is therefore important to use your nasal spray regularly.
Do not use Pollenase Hayfever Nasal Spray if:
  • You are allergic (hypersensitive) to beclometasone or any of the other ingredients of this medicine.
  • You are under 18 years old.
Talk to a doctor or pharmacist before using Pollenase Hayfever Nasal Spray:
  • If you have kidney problems.
  • If you have ever suffered from glaucoma (increased pressure in the eye, eye pain or blurred vision).
  • If you are you suffering from either a nose infection or sinus trouble.
  • If you have recently had nasal surgery, if you have recently injured your nose or if you have ulcers in your nose.
  • If you are taking or have recently treated with other corticosteroid medicines such as asthma inhalers, tablets, injections, nasal sprays, eye or nose drops, creams or ointments.
  • If you are taking or have recently taken any other medicines, including medicines obtained without a prescription.
  • If you are pregnant, might become pregnant or are breastfeeding.
Always read the product information. Click on the link below to view the Patient Information Leaflet. Requires Adobe Reader – if you cannot open the file, please click here to download.

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