DYMISTA: FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments

User Comments:

For Allergic Rhinitis “I have a broken nose – a pretty good one. I am starting to be able to breathe through my nose again. My smell is getting better taste seems fine. I just get sores in my mouth – ulcers. I didn’t know it was from the medication but mouth wash and salty water is maintaining it. I get anxiety when I first use it. Maybe after a bit but it’s clearing my nose and it helps sleep.”

Cheap shot (taken for 1 to 6 months) March 8, 2018

For Allergic Rhinitis “After 1 month of anti inflammatories I used dymista and got relief wirhin an hour. My allergic reactions are still unknown today but pains associated were gone in an hour. Pains returned after an hour but after steadily using for a few months, and being removed from the affected building, I returned to normal.”

AniaS February 5, 2018

For Allergic Rhinitis “Since I have been using this spray, all my runny noses and blocked nose have all stopted,. This product has changed my life and I would recommend this 100%.”

Ian R (taken for 1 to 2 years) January 18, 2018

For Allergic Rhinitis “So far, amazing! First time since I was a small child am I able to breathe thru my nose. It’s like a miracle. I always said no to surgery although docs have told me for 25 years to do it. FYI Flonase and all those other sprays never did anything for me. Zyrtec D was the only thing that helped, a little bit.”

Art Teacher December 16, 2017

For Allergic Rhinitis “Dymista is the only spray that keeps my sinuses unblocked. Without it I get sleep apnea and my hearing is affected. I also use a daily Nasal rinse. I’ve tried other sprays, but Dymista is the only one that really works for me. It’s $50 Australian, but lasts for a few months.”

Ladymaureen October 18, 2017

For Allergic Rhinitis “Used for post nadal drip. Ineffective, horrible residue, sore throat, crackly voice, headache, one earache, and just did not alleviate original issue”

juras (taken for less than 1 month) September 21, 2017

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