Steroid nasal spray child

We suggest trying the first two options. If the symptoms don’t subside after two weeks, then try the third option. Remember, it often takes the nasal spray one or two weeks to start working. Use the antihistamine as well until the nasal spray kicks in, then try coming off of the antihistamine.

  • Persistent symptoms that never end – if this describes your child, and you’ve tried many of the allergy prevention steps but they don’t seem to work, your child may need daily preventative therapy. Try the options as discussed immediately above under seasonal symptoms. Once you’ve found a combination that effectively alleviates your child’s symptoms, leave her on this regimen for 2 or 3 months. Then try to wean her off the medications. You may find she stays well for some time afterwards.
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    Steroid nasal spray child

    steroid nasal spray child


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