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Beclovent, Beconase AQ Nasal Spray, Beconase Inhalation Aerosol, Qvar Inhalation Aerosol, Vancenase AQ Nasal Spray, Vancenase Nasal Inhaler, Vanceril Inhalation Aerosol, Vanceril Inhaler, Beclomethasone


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BRAND NAME :  Beclovent   Becotide
CHEMICAL CONTENTS :  Beclomethasone dipropionate

Brand names :

Beclovent, Beconase AQ Nasal Spray, Beconase Inhalation Aerosol, Qvar Inhalation Aerosol, Vancenase AQ Nasal Spray, Vancenase Nasal Inhaler, Vanceril Inhalation Aerosol, Vanceril Inhaler, Beclomethasone

Beclovent Uses:

Beclovent is a type of steroid used for respiratory problems. Beclovent and Vanceril are prescribed for the prevention of recurring symptoms of bronchial asthma. Beconase and Vancenase are used to relieve the symptoms of hay fever and to prevent regrowth of nasal polyps following surgical removal.

Beclovent Dosage:

Adults : The usual recommended dose of Beclovent for adults and children 12 years of age and over is 2 inhalations taken 3 to 4 times a day. Four inhalations taken twice daily have been shown to be effective in some people. If you have severe asthma, your doctor may advise you to start with 12 to 16 inhalations a day. Daily intake should not exceed 20 inhalations. For the double-strength inhalation aerosol, the usual dose is 2 inhalations twice a day. If your asthma is severe, your doctor may have you start with 6 to 8 inhalations a day. The maximum daily dosage is 10 inhalations.

Beclovent Contraindications :

Your doctor will prescribe Beclovent only if your asthma cannot be controlled with bronchodilators and other nonsteroid medications. Beclovent is not used for the treatment of non-asthmatic bronchitis, or for intermittent asthma therapy. Do not use Beclovent nasal products if you've recently had nasal ulcers, nose surgery, or an injury to the nose. It could interfere with the healing process. If you are sensitive to or have ever had an allergic reaction to Beclovent or other steroid drugs, you should not take this medication. Make sure that your doctor is aware of any drug reactions that you have experienced. Although unlikely, immediate allergic reactions to Beclovent have been known to occur.

Beclovent Side Effects:

Beclovent Side effects may include : Acne, agitation, allergic reactions, breathing problems, bruising, cataracts, chest pain, cold sores, cough, depression, dizziness, dry mouth, ear infections, fever, fluid retention, flu-like symptoms, headache, hives, hoarseness, increased pressure within the eye (glaucoma), itching, joint pain, light-headedness, mental disturbances, moon face, mouth or throat infection, muscle pain, nasal and throat dryness and irritation, nasal burning, nausea, nose infection, nosebleed, pain, pinkeye, "pins and needles" sensation, ringing in the ears, runny nose, skin rash, skin wasting, sneezing, sore mouth or throat, stuffy nose, stunted growth, tearing eyes, unpleasant — or loss of — taste and smell, upset stomach, vomiting, weight gain, wheezing

Beclovent Overdose:

Any medication taken in excess can have serious consequences. The main risk in an overdose of Beclovent is adrenal insufficiency. If you suspect an overdose, seek medical attention immediately.

Beclovent Missed dose:

Take Beclovent as soon as you remember and take the remaining doses for that day at evenly spaced intervals. If it is time for your next dose, skip the one you missed. Never take 2 doses Beclovent at the same time.

Beclovent Storage:

Store Beclovent at room temperature in a dry place, away from heat and cold. Do not puncture the container, store it near open flame, or dispose of it in a fire or incinerator.

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