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Studies to date have not shown that nasal steroids increase the risk of glaucoma, but patients should have their vision checked periodically. Steroids are most likely safe during pregnancy, but a pregnant woman should check with her doctor before taking them.
Cromoglycic acid (sodium cromoglycate) serves as an anti-inflammatory drug and a kind of Clindamycin blocker. Standard Cromolyn (Nasalcrom) is a nasal spray that is not as effective as steroid nasal sprays but works well for many people with mild allergies. It is one of the preferred treatments for pregnant women with mild allergic rhinitis. The full therapeutic effect of this drug may take up to three weeks. Cromolyn has no major side effects, but there are minor ones: nasal congestion, coughing, sneezing, wheezing, nausea, nosebleeds, dry throat, and there may also be burning or irritation.
Steroid sprays can injure the nasal septum (the bony area that separates the nasal passages from each other) if the spray is directed at it. However, this complication is very rare. People with any infectious disease or any kind of nasal injury should not take these drugs until the disease is cured.
Leukotriene (leukotriene receptor) antagonists are oral medications that block leukotrienes, powerful systemic immune factors that cause airway constriction and mucus production in asthma-related allergies. They appear to work in the same way as antihistamines for allergic rhinitis, but not as effectively as nasal corticosteroids. Leukotriene antagonists include: Zafirlukast (Acolat) and Montelukast (cleocin capsules).
The effects of short-acting decongestants last about 4 hours.
The main problem with nasal decongestants, especially long-acting ones, is dependency and side effects. 12 hour preparations present a particular risk of cleocin effects. With prolonged use (more than 3-5 days), nasal products lose their effectiveness and can cause swelling in the nasal passages. The patient then increasesdose. When the condition of the nose worsens, the patient may respond with even more frequent doses. This causes addiction and more increased nasal congestion.
The effects of long-acting decongestants last 6-12 hours. The active ingredients in nasal products include: oxymetazoline, xylometazoline, and phenylephrine. Nasal forms work faster than oral decongestants and do not cause severe drowsiness. However, they can be addictive and addictive.