This dual-action nasal spray is popular with patients and prescribers, as it contains an intranasal antihistamine called Azelastine and a corticosteroid called fluticasone propionate. Dymista nasal spray needs to be used regularly for it to work. It takes a few days for Dymista nasal spray to work, so starting at least a week before the nasal symptoms begin is sensible. The usual starting dose is one sprays into each nostril in the morning and evening.
|1 x 140 Dose||£25.49|
|2 x 140 Dose||£43.49|
|3 x 140 Dose||£69.99|
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