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BRAND LISTING - Astepro Nasal Spray (Azelastine)
Dosage Pack Size & Price Qty
.15% (1 x 30mL)
.15% (2 x 30mL)
.15% (3 x 30mL)

ASTEPRO NASAL SPRAY (AZELASTINE)

Astepro Nasal Spray Relieves Allergy Symptoms

For the relief of sneezing, watery eyes, itching, and a runny nose, ask your doctor about a prescription for Astepro Nasal Spray (Azelastine). This is an antihistamine medicine you can use for seasonal or year-round allergic rhinitis (hay fever) in those 12 years of age and older. Allergic rhinitis occurs when an allergen is inhaled, such as pollen during the warmer spring to early fall months or pet dander and dust mites any season of the year and appears to be more common in younger children that spend a lot more time indoors. Your body’s immune response is to get rid of the allergen so your eyes water, nose runs, and you sneeze as a way to flush out the intruder.

How Antihistamines Work for Allergic Rhinitis

When your immune system reacts to an allergen, mast cells are put into action to release histamine, a protein that will seek out their receptors in the area affected. In the case of allergic rhinitis, your nasal airways will become inflamed and capillaries dilate and cause your symptoms. When you use Astepro Nasal Spray, histamine is still produced, but it cannot bind to its receptor so the release of other chemicals is prevented and the blood supply is decreased to the treated area. Your symptoms are relieved and you can breathe better with one or two doses of Astepro Nasal Spray per day.

Why Your Body Reacts with an Allergic Response

Your immune system’s job is to recognize and react to antigens, the foreign substances your body can come into contact with. These antigens often result in an immune response through the production of protective proteins or antibodies that target particular antigens. The antibodies will attach to the surface of the antigen or foreign particle in order to let other immune cells know that this is the ‘bad guy’ that needs to be destroyed. You, as the allergic person, will develop a specific kind of antibody, called immunoglobulin E (IgE), as a response to something completely harmless, such as cat dander or dust mites. So the next time you are exposed to the same substance, the IgE will recognize it and trigger an allergic response.

Before You Use Astepro Nasal Spray

Ask your doctor if Astepro Nasal Spray is safe to use if you are pregnant, trying to become pregnant, or are breast feeding. Discuss other medical conditions and allergies you have and list any OTC and Rx meds you currently take or use, including herbal remedies and dietary or vitamin supplements, so your doctor can determine if Astepro Nasal Spray is the right medication for you.

Proper Use of Astepro Nasal Spray

Avoid operating a vehicle, heavy machinery, or attempt any task that could be considered unsafe if you are drowsy or tired after using Astepro Nasal Spray. Do not share Astepro Nasal Spray with anyone else and keep all medications out of children’s reach. Alcohol consumption will increase the effects of this antihistamine. Talk to your doctor before you start, stop, or want to adjust the dosage of other meds as this could affect how Astepro Nasal Spray will work for you.

Possible Side Effects of Astepro Nasal Spray

  • Bitter taste in your mouth (temporary)
  • Drowsiness
  • Nasal discomfort

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