Qvar (Beclomethasone Dipropionate)

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    Qvar (Beclomethasone Dipropionate) – Product Information

    Qvar is prescription medication used as an inhaler to prevent asthma attacks. To buy Qvar online a valid prescription is required to be submitted either by fax, email, or direct upload. Every order and transaction is backed by Norton Shopping Guarantee and Trust Guard Business verification. This ensures a safe and secure shopping experience.

    You may call 1-855-776-0079 or chat live with a customer care team to place a new order or place a refill order. Additionally, explore our  FAQ section for quick answers at your convenience.

    Qvar is manufactured by iNova as a product of Australia and Valeant as a product of Canada, and Teva as a product of UK.   We sell it in these dosages: 40mcg and 80mcg in 200 doses per inhaler. There is also generic beclomethasone inhaler available as a product of New Zealand. There is a standard shipping charge of $9.95 for each order and the estimated shipping time from UK and Canada being 7-10 business days. Shipping from Australia and New Zealand is an estimated 10-18 business days. To check our affordable Qvar price, click on dosage box above to compare the cost of Qvar with your local US pharmacy.

    What is Qvar inhaler used for?

    One of the solutions for preventing asthma attacks is Qvar. Its generic name is Beclomethasone dipropionate and it is an inhaler. Qvar is a corticosteroid that is able to stop the release of chemicals that cause inflammation in the body. It is suitable for adults and kids who are five years old, utmost. If you have asthma attack, Qvar will not be of much help as it is geared for prevention and not acute treatment.

    It will not help stop an attack that has already started. Being a corticosteroid, Beclomethasone dipropionate's role in preventing asthma attacks remains unknown.  Similar to other corticosteroids, this medicine has anti-inflammatory effects. It can inhibit inflammatory cells, including mast cells in the lungs.

    How to use Qvar inhaler?

    The dose you should take will be determined by your doctor. Hence, make sure that you completely follow your doctor’s instructions. Don’t inhale more or fewer sprays than needed. If you are 12 years or older, and not using an inhaled corticosteroid, the start dose is 40mcg to 80 mcg two times daily. Your maximum dose is 320 mcg 2 times a day. A child who is 4 to 11 years needs 40 mcg twice daily and a maximum of 80 mcg 2 times a day.

    Read the instruction label carefully to ensure that you remember to do the right thing.  This inhaler might take one to two weeks to clear your symptoms. If not, contact your doctor and inform them.

    As Qvar is not a rescue asthma medicine, continue to use your other prescriptions. Ensure that you tell your doctor if other asthma medicines stop working as expected. When using your inhaler for the first time, spray two test inhalations into the air. Ensure you are not targeting your face and don’t swallow. To limit your chances of catching a yeast infection, wash and rinse your mouth after using the inhaler.

    Avoid washing the inhaler itself or make it wet. Instead, wipe its mouthpiece with a clean dry cloth or tissue. Do it once a week. When all the inhalations are finished, get the inhaler refilled. Note that the doctor might alter your dosage if you undergo surgery, suffer an asthma attack or get stressed out.

    If stopping to use your Qvar to start using your oral tablets, do it gradually to avoid side effects. Your doctor might need to test your blood severally to ensure that Qvar is not weakening your immune system. Finally, take any skipped dose when you recall unless you are about to take your next dose to avoid an overdose.

    What are the side effects of Qvar?

    Side effects can occur to those who are using this spray. Most of these are mild and well tolerated.  They include the following:

    • Body pain
    • Congestion
    • Cough
    • Breathing difficulty
    • Fever
    • Sore throat
    • Runny nose and hoarseness
    • Your neck glands might swell and hurt
    • Throat pain when swallowing

    The above-mentioned side effects of Qvar don’t require medical attention.  They can disappear on their own.

    What are the precautions of using Beclomethasone inhaler?

    Qvar should be used with caution just like similar medicines. Hence, take these precautions:

    • Get a quick-acting inhaler to help you during an attack as Qvar will not
    • Avoid this drug if you are allergic to beclomethasone
    • Don’t use if you have tuberculosis now and not using treatment
    • Avoid Qvar if having osteoporosis, or any infection caused by a virus, fungus or bacterium
    • Don’t use if your eyes are affected by herpes, glaucoma, or cataracts
    • Tell your doctor if you have a weakened immunity

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    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.

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