Fluticasone nasal spray is great for those who have allergies or other chronic issues that cause them to have watery eyes, a runny nose, itching, and sneezing. Since these issues can actually be quite frustrating, especially if they occur seasonally or year-round, having a product to treat them is going to be very important. Using the nasal spray is going to be effect, but there are going to be some things to keep in mind when you are using your nasal spray in order to make it as easy as possible to use, as well as to make it as functional as possible. This article will discuss 2 tips for using your fluticasone nasal spray.
Clean The Nozzle Regularly
Your fluticasone nasal spray is going to come with a nozzle on it that you will stick inside of your nose each time that you spray it. Because this nozzle comes in contact with your nose so often, you are going to want to clean it regularly. Doing this is going to help avoid germs and other bacteria from building up on the nozzle and potentially making you more susceptible to getting sick when you use your nasal spray. Blockages can also occur in the nozzle, making it so that the spray doesn't come out properly and you don't get the full medicinal benefits. A quick and easy way to stop this from happening is going to be to clean your nozzle regularly so that this blockage isn't able to occur. In order to clean your nozzle, you are simply going to want to use warm water and a tooth pick or other small object to ensure that nothing is stuck inside of the nozzle.
Consult Your Doctor For Certain Medical Conditions
If you have a certain medical condition, such as: you become pregnant, you start nursing, you have specific eye or nose problems, liver issues, etc., it is going to be a good idea to first consult with your doctor before you begin or continue using your fluticasone nasal spray. Your doctor is going to be able to tell you if the benefits of using the nasal spray are going to out-way the risks or side effects of using it with your current medical condition. or if it is going to be in your best interest to reduce or avoid taking the nasal spray, at least for the time being.