Avamys is a steroid which is used in the form of nasal spray to control allergic disorders affecting the nasal apparatus. The drug acts due to its capability of curbing inflammatory and allergic responses.
Avamys consists of Fluticasone furoate which is a glucocorticoid. It is the active ingredient of Avamys and is responsible for controlling the inflammatory responses which accompany various health disorders. There are other inactive ingredients which help Fluticasone furoate to exert its therapeutic effects. These ingredients do not hamper the medicinal action of the drug.
Avamys is used to treat several inflammatory and allergic health disorders. Some of the illnesses which respond well to Avamys are mentioned below:
Patients should not start Avamys for any of the above mentioned disorders without a physician's advice. The medicine contains steroids and could have side effects if consumed without prescription or in a wrong manner. These side effects have been mentioned in the next section.
Avamys is likely to cause the following side effects if patients are hypersensitive to the drug, or if the drug is consumed without any clinical indication:
If these side effects or any other unpleasant effects are experienced after using Avamys, patients should contact their doctor immediately. Initiation of prompt treatment will lead to lesser health damage.
Reading and following the instructions given below will help to enhance the therapeutic action of Avamys nasal spray. These instructions also help to keep unwanted side effects of the drug at bay.
Apart from this, patients may also be advised to follow other restrictions while using Avamys nasal spray. It is helpful in maximizing the therapeutic effect of the drug.
Following is a list of drugs which have similar chemical composition and therapeutic effect to Avamys:
The above mentioned nasal sprays should not be used as a substitute to Avamys, unless the doctor advises to do so.