What is beclomethasone inhalation?
Beclomethasone is an inhaled steroid utilized to treat the development of asthma attacks in adults as well as children who are at least 4 years old. Inhalation of beclomethasone will not treat the symptoms of asthma that have already started. Beclomethasone inhalation can be used for other purposes not covered in this medication guide.
Side effects of Beclomethasone inhalation
Contact a medical professional immediately. If you are experiencing symptoms that are warning signs of an allergic response, such as hives, difficulty breathing, or swelling of your lips, face, or tongue, Beclomethasone may influence the growth of young children. Talk with your doctor if you feel your child isn't growing as normal with beclomethasone inhalation. Beclomethasone inhalation can trigger severe adverse consequences. Contact your physician immediately. If you suffer from:
- Wheezing, choking, or other breathing issues following the use of this medication.
- The symptoms of asthma are getting worse.
- White patches of sores or white spots within the mouth or around your lips.
- Blurred vision, tunnel vision, eye pain, or seeing halos around light sources.
- Indications of symptoms or signs of infection: fever, chills, and body aches The symptoms of infection include chills, fever.
- Symptoms of depleted hormones in the adrenal glands—worsening fatigue, feeling weak, fatigue, feeling lightheaded, nausea, vomiting.
- Increase in adrenal gland hormones (hunger, weight gain, and swelling). Skin discoloration Slow wound healing, sweating, acne, more body hair, fatigue, mood swings, and muscle weakness Also, missed menstrual cycles Sexual changes.
Common adverse reactions to beclomethasone inhalation could include:
- A yeast infection in the mouth.
- Nasal pain, irritation, irritation of your nose.
- Symptoms like nasal stuffiness, sneezing, and a sore throat.
This isn't an exhaustive list of all the side effects. Other effects may also be present. Consult your physician for advice regarding medical effects. You can report any side effects to the FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088.
Get medical attention if you notice that your breathing problems are becoming more severe or if you believe your asthma medication is not functioning equally.
Before you take this drug.
Beclomethasone is not a good option if you have an allergy to it. Speak to your doctor if you are ever diagnosed with:
- Any fungal, bacterial, or any type of viral illness.
- Eyes with a herpes infection.
- Osteoporosis and low bone mineral densities.
- An immune system that is weak.
- Cataracts, the condition known as glaucoma, or pressure that is increased inside your eyes.
If you are breastfeeding or pregnant, notify your doctor.
How to take beclomethasone to inhale?
Follow the directions on the prescription label and read the medication guide or instructions sheets. Follow the medication exactly as prescribed.
Beclomethasone is not a treatment for asthma attacks. For an attack, only use quick-acting inhalation medication. Get medical attention if you notice that your breathing issues have become more severe or if you suspect that your asthma medication isn't functioning effectively. Follow the instructions regarding using beclomethasone for inhalation as well as priming the device and then taking care to clean the inhaler device. Talk to your physician or pharmacist if there is a problem. comprehend these directions. Do not permit a small child to take this medication without assistance from an adult. If you are also taking an oral steroid, you shouldn't stop taking it all at once. Follow your doctor's advice on the dosage you should be tapering. To lower the risk of developing a yeast infection within your mouth, rinse it off with water (but avoid swallowing) following the inhalation of beclomethasone. It could take four weeks or more to see the symptoms start to improve. Maintain the medicine and consult your physician if your symptoms do not get better after 2 weeks. It isn't advisable to stop using beclomethasone for inhalation immediately. The abrupt stop could cause your condition to get worse. Make sure you take all asthma medicines according to the directions. Your dosage requirements may change as a result of surgery, illness, stress, or a recent asthma attack. Don't alter your dosage or stop taking medication without your doctor's guidance. Inform your doctor if any of your medications appear to have stopped working.
Maintain it at room temperature, away from heat and moisture. Cover your inhaler when it is not in use. Avoid direct flames or extreme temperatures. The canister might explode if it gets too hot. Avoid burning or puncturing an empty inhaler bottle. Dispose of the inhaler device after the counter displays "0" or the expiration date on the label has passed. Make sure you refill your prescription before you're out of medication completely.
What happens if I Miss a dose?
Utilize the medicine as soon as you are able, but do not miss any missed doses if it's close to the time for the next dose. Don't take two doses at once.
What happens if I overdose?
For medical emergencies, seek emergency medical attention or contact the Poison Help line toll-free at 1-800-222-1222.
What should be avoided?
Rinse thoroughly with water if the beclomethasone from inhalation gets into your eyes. Avoid contact with those who are sick or suffer from infections. Consult your doctor to get preventive treatment when you've been affected by chickenpox and measles. These illnesses can be very serious or even fatal for people who are taking steroid medication.
Interaction with other drugs
Other drugs can also interfere with beclomethasone's use in inhalation, like prescription and non-prescription medicines, vitamins, and herbal products. Discuss with your physician your current medications and any medications you begin or stop taking.