Beclate Nasal Spray / Beclate Aquanase Nasal Spray

Company: Cipla Ltd.

Generic Drug: Beclomethasone Dipropionate.

Indication: Treatment & prevention of allergic and vasomotor rhinitis. Also recommended for prevention of recurrence of nasal polyp after surgical removal of polyps.

Contraindication: Hypersensitivity to preparation. Viral, fungal and mycobacterial infections. Children below five years.

Dosage & Administration: 2-3 drops 6 to 8 hourly in each nostril.

Special Precautions:

  • Not safe for prolonged use.
  • Cautious use in case of lactation & pregnancy.

Side effects/ Undesired effects/ Adverse drug reactions: Systemic steroid effects on higher doses.

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2 Responses to Beclate Nasal Spray / Beclate Aquanase Nasal Spray

  1. Elaine Simpson says:

    I have been using Beclate for more than a year. Lately I have been feeling very cloggy in the nose. I have found that if I miss a day it feels better, but if I go longer, my phlegmmy symptoms come back.
    I know I must keep on using, or my symptoms will be back, but it is also very uncomfortable at nigh when I can’t breathe through my nose. Is this caused from the long use of Beclate or is it something else? Please could you advise me.

  2. Dear Elaine,
    Your history suggested that your disease has progressed in severity. You should consult your doctor for proper evaluation and further management plan.

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