Hay Fever & Allergies
Hay Fever & Allergies
Dymista is a nasal spray that is used to treat hayfever and allergy symptoms. It has two active ingredients: Azelastine is the antihistamine component which reduces the amount of histamine the body produces and lowers the allergic response, and fluticasone propionate is the steroid component which reduces inflammation of the nasal cavity and controls the response within those cells.
- Nasal spray
- Has both antihistamine and steroid
NOTE: After selecting this product, you will need to complete a short assessment, so we can make sure this medication is suitable for you. Pricing is provided as a reference only. The final decision on issuing this medication remains with our Prescriber / Pharmacist.
Dymista is a nasal spray which contains a steroid called beclometasone, that helps to reduce inflammation in the nose that is caused by pollen and open up the airways to make breathing easier. It also contains azelastine, an antihistamine which blocks receptors that cause symptoms of an allergic reaction, reducing the symptoms of hay fever.
Can Dymista be used long term?
Dymista nasal spray is suitable for long term use, but only when it is required.
Is Dymista safe during pregnancy?
If you are pregnant or think you may be pregnant, speak to a member of our team before using Dymista nasal spray.
Can I take Dymista with alcohol?
Alcohol can worsen or increase the chance of experiencing side effects of Dymista.
However, drinking in moderation whilst using Dymista spray should not cause a problem.
Can Dymista cause a sore throat or a dry mouth?
Dymista can cause soreness or dryness in the throat or mouth. If this continues, speak to your GP or pharmacist.
Side effects with Dymista are quite rare but can happen. These include:
- Nose irritation
If these side effects concern you, or you suffer some other adverse reaction to using the product, stop the treatment and discuss with a member of our team.
Before taking any medicines, regardless of whether they are over the counter or prescription-only, it is essential always to read the patient information leaflet.