Pirinase Allergy Nasal Spray: fluticasone propionate
Recommend Pirinase Allergy Nasal Spray to prevent and relieve the symptoms of hayfever and allergies:
- No spray is stronger* for preventing or treating symptoms of airborne allergies, even before they start
- Recommend once** daily for complete relief from symptoms for up to 24 hours
- According to National guidelines, Intranasal Corticosteroids, such as Pirinase Spray should be recommended for moderate/troublesome allergy symptoms3
- Suitable for 18 years +
Pirinase Allergy Spray provides symptomatic relief of:
- Itchy and runny nose
- Itchy and watery eyes
- Nasal congestion
- Associated sinus discomfort
*OTC medicines only**in some cases two applications may be required
Lauren suffers from hayfever but as a busy mum, she wants to be able to enjoy time outdoors with her family so needs relief from her symptoms.
Using Pirinase Allergy Relief Nasal once daily* offers up to 24-hour allergy relief. No spray is stronger** for treating and preventing airborne allergy symptoms including itchy and watery eyes.
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*in some cases two applications may be required**OTC medicines only
Pirinase Allergy 0.05% Nasal Spray (fluticasone propionate)
Pirinase Allergy Nasal Spray effectively treats and prevents symptoms of airborne allergies including itchy and watery eyes.
*OTC medicines only
Pirinase Allergy 0.05% Nasal Spray (fluticasone propionate 50 micrograms per spray). Uses: Prevention and treatment of allergic rhinitis. Dosage and method of use: Adults: Two sprays into each nostril once or twice a day if required. Maintenance: one spray per nostril once a day if possible. Use lowest possible maintenance dose. Max 4 sprays a day in each nostril. Children under 18 years: Not to be used. Contraindications: Hypersensitivity to ingredients. Precautions: Seek medical advice if inadequate relief after 7 days, or require more than 3 months continuous use. Seek medical advice before use with: concomitant corticosteroid use, fever, nasal/sinus infection, recent nasal injury/surgery, nasal ulceration, pregnancy, breast feeding. Caution due to interactions with cytochrome P450 3A4 inhibitors like ketoconazole, and protease inhibitors such as ritonavir and cobicistat which may increase systemic exposure to fluticasone. Caution commencing in those withdrawing from systemic steroids, particularly if impairment of adrenal function suspected. Systemic effects of nasal corticosteroids may occur, particularly at high doses prescribed for prolonged periods. May cause visual disturbance. Contains benzalkonium chloride which may cause bronchospasm. Side effects: Dryness and irritation of the nose and throat, nasal ulcers, unpleasant taste and smell, headache and epistaxis. Hypersensitivity reactions including skin rash and oedema of the face or tongue. Eye disorders such as glaucoma and blurred vision. Rarely anaphylaxis/ anaphylactic reactions and bronchospasm. See SPC for full details. Legal category: P. PL number: PL 44673/0099. Product licence holder: GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare (UK) Trading Limited, Brentford, TW8 9GS, U.K. Package quantity and MRSP (excl. VAT): 60 sprays £7.24; 120 sprays £11.66. Date of last revision: April 2020.
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