Momester Nasal spray 0.05mg x 60 doses


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Momester Nasal spray is a drug that belongs to the group of corticosteroids. Momester contains Mometasone furoate, which reduces swelling and irritation of the nasal mucosa, as well as reduces the amount of secretion, itching and sneezing reflex in the course of allergies.

Composition of Momester Nasal spray:

The active substance Momester is: mometasone furoate. Each dose contains mometasone furoate monohydrate equivalent to 50 micrograms mometasone furoate.

The other ingredients Momester are: benzalkonium chloride, solution, glycerol, polysorbate 80, microcrystalline cellulose, sodium carmellose, citric acid monohydrate, sodium citrate, and purified water.

Action Momester Nasal spray:

Momester Nasal is a drug used in the course of inflammation of the nasal mucosa in the course of allergies - hay fever (seasonal perennial allergic rhinitis) in adults, as well as in diagnosed perennial rhinitis. In addition, this medicine can also be used to treat nasal polyps in adults.

Momester Nasal belongs to a group of medicines called corticosteroids, and the active substance is mometasone furoate at a dose of 0.05mg. The use of the drug reduces swelling and irritation of the nasal mucosa caused by inflammation or allergies and helps to reduce the amount of nasal discharge, nagging itching and sneezing reflex.

Contraindications to the use of Momester Nasal:

A contraindication to use is the allergy to mometasone furoate or any of the other ingredients of the medicine, and if the patient has an untreated nose infection. Use of Momester Nasal during untreated nasal infection, e.g. herpes, may make the infection worse. If you have recently had a nasal surgery or nasal injury, then you should not use the nasal spray until the wounds heal.

Warnings and precautions before starting to use Momester Nasal:

Talk to your doctor or pharmacist before taking this medicine. If you have or have ever had tuberculosis. If you have any other infection. If you are taking other oral corticosteroids or injections. If you have cystic fibrosis Talk to your doctor while taking Momester Nasal: If your immune system is not working properly (you have difficulty fighting an infection) and you have been in contact with someone who has measles or chickenpox. Avoid contact with people who have these infections. If you have a nose or throat infection. If the drug is used for several months or longer. If you have long-term nose or throat irritation.

Contact your doctor if you experience blurred vision or other visual disturbances. If nasal spray Momester corticosteroids are taken at high doses for a long time, side effects may occur due to absorption of the drug into the body.

Children If nasal spray corticosteroids are used at high doses for a long time, they may cause some side effects, such as slowing growth in children. It is recommended that you regularly monitor the growth of children receiving long-term treatment with nasal corticosteroids, and if you notice any changes, please inform your doctor. side effects may occur due to absorption of the drug into the body.

Dosage of Momester Nasal spray:

Always use this medicine Momester exactly as your doctor has told you. Check with your doctor or pharmacist if you are not sure. Nasal spray should not be used more often or for longer periods or in higher doses than recommended by your doctor.
Momester Treatment of hay fever and perennial rhinitis:

Momester Use in adults:
Usually, two sprays are used into each nostril once a day. After getting better, your doctor may reduce your dose. If you do not feel any improvement, contact your doctor who may advise you to increase the dose: the maximum daily dose is four sprays into each nostril once a day.

How to use Momester Nasal spray:

Before giving the first dose, shake the bottle thoroughly and press the pump 10 times (to spray a homogeneous mist):
Shake the bottle gently. Place the index and middle finger on both sides of the pump and the thumb underneath the bottle. Do not pierce the nasal spray dispenser. If the spray has not been used for 14 days or more, press the pump twice until the next use until a uniform mist is obtained.
Close one nostril and insert the tip of the dispenser into the other nostril. Tilt your head forward slightly, keeping the bottle upright. Gently start a slow inhalation through the nose, during which you should spray the nasal spray, pressing ONCE with your fingers once. Breathe out through your mouth. Then repeat to give a second spray in the same nostril if needed. Remove the dispenser tip from the nostril and exhale through your mouth. After using the spray.