Avamys Nasal Spray

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Avamys Nasal Spray


Breathe Easy Again with Avamys Nasal Spray

Get rid of hay fever, allergic rhinitis, and blocked & itchy nose with Avamys nasal spray. The effective ingredient instantly relieves nasal congestion, itchy and watery eyes, sneezing, and a runny nose. The non-drowsy formula keeps you active and remains gentle on the nose. Also, the fluticasone furoate ingredient is quite suitable for the long term, irrespective of seasonal allergies or rhinitis. Buy Avamys spray online for faster delivery without consultation or prescription charges.

Medication Features:

  • Proven Treatment: For Instant Nose Relief
  • Onset of Action: Within a Few Hours
  • Active Ingredient: Fluticasone Furoate
  • Age Recommendations: For all Ages
  • Dosage Guidance: Once Daily

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More Information Before You Buy Avamys Nasal Spray

  • Generic Name: Fluticasone Furoate


Avamys nasal spray treats allergic rhinitis, sneezing, nose congestion, hay fever, and itchy nose. It is formulated with an active ingredient that provides instant relief. The Fluticasone Furoate ingredients show their full effects within 7-10 days of regular sprays. Therefore, buy Avamys nasal spray today for delivery within 24 hours if you suffer from symptoms. Get a free consultation from a certified professional.

Mechanism of Action 

The active ingredient in Avamys nasal spray is Fluticasone Furoate, a synthetic corticosteroid with anti-inflammatory effects. It even binds glucocorticoid receptors and restricts the release of inflammatory factors, resulting in allergic rhinitis symptom reduction.

Dosage and Administration

An ideal dosage of Avamys nasal drops ranges from one or two sprays into each nostril once daily. The prescribed dosage depends on the allergy's severity and the individual’s response to the treatment. It is advisable to complete the duration your doctor prescribed for you.


Avamys nasal spray has proven effective against seasonal allergies, rhinitis, nasal congestion, sneezing, and itching. The onset of action of Avamys nasal spray may vary from patient to patient, but one can observe noticeable relief from the symptoms within a few hours of the application.

Side Effects 

There are some temporary side effects of Avamys nasal spray, like epistaxis, nose irritation, and headache. In rare cases, nose septal perforation and impaired wound healing can cause severe allergies. Consult your healthcare provider in case you contract such side effects. Usually, the side effects are mild and may go on their own.


Do not buy Avamys spray if you are allergic to Fluticasone Furoate or its ingredients. Consult your doctor before applying nasal spray so that they can switch to another ingredient-based nasal spray.

Warnings & Precautions

  • Don't use Avamys if you're allergic to fluticasone furoate or any of the ingredients in the medication.
  • Consult your doctor before using Avamys, as it may increase the risk of glaucoma.
  • Discuss with your doctor the risks and benefits of using Avamys if you're pregnant or breastfeeding.


  • Keep out of children's reach.
  • Store upright with the cap on.
  • Use before the expiry date.
  • Consume within 2 months of opening.
  • Avoid refrigeration or freezing.


  • Make sure to shake the nasal spray before using it.
  • Blow your nose twice or thrice to clear away the nasal passage.
  • Aim the nose spray towards the outer walls of your nostril and away from the nasal septum.
  • When administering the nasal spray, gently breathe in to absorb the medication completely.
  • Do not blow your nose after administering the nasal spray for half an hour.

Frequently Asked Questions for Avamys Nasal Spray

How do you apply Avamys nasal spray?

Avamys nasal spray is an easy-to-administer inhaler for patients suffering from hay fever, stuffy nose, and allergic rhinitis. We have attached a video here for a tutorial:

How does avamys nasal inhaler treat allergic rhinitis?

Allergic rhinitis congests the nose and nasal passages and inflames, causing hay fever and itchy and irritated nose due to mucus production. To fight against allergic rhinitis, healthcare providers recommend using the Avamys nasal inhaler. It contains an active ingredient called Fluticasone Furoate, an anti-inflammatory ingredient that works rapidly and effectively to treat swelling. With the swelling, the other symptoms of allergic rhinitis also go away on their own.

How long does Avamys nasal spray take to show its effectiveness?

Within 8 hours of administering the Avamys nasal spray, your hay fever symptoms may go away, completely vanish, and recover within a few days of continuing to blow the nasal spray. Do not spray Avamys inhaler once you start feeling better; make sure you complete the entire course.

What are Avamys nasal inhaler warnings?

Do not buy Avamys spray for children under six years of age. Also, inform your doctor if you take other nasal sprays or medication. Besides, tell your doctor about cataracts or bouts of glaucoma to your doctor if you have had them. More importantly, inform your doctor if you are facing issues with your vision while administering Avamys nasal spray because it contains Benzalkonium, an inactive ingredient responsible for vision defects.

Does Avamys nasal spray require a prescription?

Avamys nasal spray is a prescription medication for nasal congestion, watery and itchy eyes, hay fever, and allergic rhinitis. Most online pharmacies charge heavily for prescriptions, but we do not charge for prescriptions or consultations. Buy Avamys nasal spray online for faster delivery.

Can I buy Avamys nasal spray online?

Yes, you can buy Avamys spray online, but make sure the online pharmacy doesn’t charge extra for prescriptions, consultations, or faster delivery. Buy from us and stay relaxed since you must pay for medication, not prescriptions or consultations.