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Nasal spray safe for kidney transplant p
Is oxymetazoline hydrochloride nasal solution & fluticasone furoate nasal spray safe for kidney transplant person who is having ear infections. Also is ear infection related to kidney or imnosupresent drug like tacrolimus, ranodaff and wyslone
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Need more history about your nasal and ear problem ... Firstly need to know why you started using the nasal spray. 1. Long term usage of xylometazoline nasal drops leads to rhinitis medicamentosa 2.Fulticasone nasal spray have less systemic absorption . So, it's advised for the long term.
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consultant ent doctor to rule out the exact cause of Ur ear problem
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Fluticasone is safer than otrivin for long term use but need more history about the condition u r facing
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Yes it is safe. However try not to take oxymetazoline for long duration. I need further details to assess cause of the problem
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don't self medicate without doctor consultation
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