Atrovent Nasal Spray (Ipratropium)
Atrovent Nasal Spray (Ipratropium Bromide) Product Information
Atrovent Nasal Spray is prescribed for people who have a runny nose due to allergies, common cold or any other cause. The spray treats allergic, or non-allergic inflammation in your nose.
Symptoms such as sneezing, postnasal drip, and stuffiness are cleared up along with mucus.
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This prescription medication is manufactured by Boehringer Ingelheim.
We have two prescription dosages: 0.03% and 0.06% which we carry in both brand and generic. The active ingredient in the nasal spray is known as Ipratropium. The generic alternative is available from Canada while the brand product is from UK and Australia.
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What is this nasal spray used for?
The spray is designed to help those with a runny nose that can be caused by the common cold virus and allergies. This nasal spray reduces fluid production in the glands that cover your nasal passages. Also called ipratropium nasal spray, this product is available in two strengths.
The 0.06% is used to treat a runny nose due to common cold or seasonal allergies, and the 0.03% is prescribed for treatment of a runny nose that happens any time of the year because of allergies or another cause.
It does not treat nasal congestion or sneezing. As an anticholinergic medicine, the spray works by reducing fluid release from glands along your nasal passages.
First, use your spray only 2 to 4 times every day or as your doctor recommends, and prime it prior to use. This is done by simply pumping the spray approximately seven times.
As you begin to pump, face away and keep the spray bottle upright. This will protect your eyes. If you have forgotten to use your spray for a whole day, re-prime it with just two sprays. If you stop using it for a whole week, then re-prime it with seven sprays.
It is necessary to blow your nose prior to using the spray. So, tilt your head slightly forward and target the bottle tip toward the back and outer side of your nose. Press your other nostril and shut it with your finger. Inhale the medication deeply while spraying it into the nose and breathe out via your mouth. After finishing, tilt your head backward for a short time.
Do not inhale the spray too strongly though, as it needs to get in contact with the inner surfaces of your nose. It should not reach your lungs or throat.
If you want it to work well, follow every instruction given by your doctor.
Most people tolerate this medicine well and don’t need the help of a physician. They only notice the most common side effects.
- Nose bleeding
- Sore throat
- Common cold or any other infection of the upper respiratory tract
- Nasal dryness
Before using the medication, there are measures you should take.
So, inform your doctor about any of the following:
- Liver disease, including liver cirrhosis, liver failure or hepatitis
- Kidney disease, including renal failure
- Enlarged prostate or benign prostatic hyperplasia
- Eye glaucoma
- Bladder issues
- Allergies, including those related to ingredients found in this medication
- Your pregnancy or plans to get pregnant
- If breastfeeding a child, don’t start without alerting your doctor
- Your other non-prescribed and prescribed medications
The above information is an educational aid only. It is not intended as medical advice for individual conditions or treatments. Talk to your doctor, nurse or pharmacist before following any medical regimen to see if it is safe and effective for you.