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Avamys Nasal Spray (fluticasone furoate 27.5mcg)

  • Genuine UK treatment
  • MHRA approved
  • Same day delivery available

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Avamys nasal spray is used to treat symptoms of allergic rhinitis including stuffy, runny or itchy nose, sneezing, and watery, itchy or red eyes
Avamys works by reducing inflammation caused by allergy (rhinitis) and therefore reduce symptoms of allergy
Always use this medicine exactly as your doctor or pharmacist has told you. Don’t exceed the
recommended dose. Check with your doctor or pharmacist if you’re not sure.

When to use Avamys
• Use once a day
• Use at the same time each day.
This will treat your symptoms throughout the day and night

Avamys has virtually no taste or smell. It is sprayed into the nose as a fine mist. Be careful not to get any
spray into your eyes. If you do, rinse your eyes with water
Some people will not feel the full effects until several days after first using Avamys.
However, it is usually effective within 8 to 24 hours of use.
Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them.

Allergic reactions to Avamys are rare and affect less than 1 person in 1,000. In a small number of people,
allergic reactions can develop into a more serious, even life-threatening problem if not treated. Symptoms
- becoming very wheezy, coughing or having difficulty with breathing
- suddenly feeling weak or light-headed (which may lead to collapse or loss of consciousness)
- swelling around the face
- skin rashes or redness.
Some medicines are not suitable for people with certain conditions or on particular medicines. For this reason, it is very important you declare your full medical history to our Click Doctors via our online consultations so that a proper judgement can be made on its safety.

Do not use Avamys Nasal Spray:
  • If you are allergic to its active ingredients or any of its other ingredients
  • If you develop signs of a serious allergic reaction to include a skin rash that may be itchy, red, swollen or peeling skins, wheeziness, chest tightness, trouble with breathing or swelling of mouth, lips, face tongue or throat, you must go to your nearest A&E or call 999 immediately.

For full information on how to take, side effects and precautions, it is important that you carefully read the patient information leaflet.
Superintendent Pharmacist: Isra Al-Hadad
GPhC Reg No: 2076850