Patanase Nasal Spray (Olopatadine) from Maple Leaf Medications.

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Formulation : Nasal Spray
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Patanase Nasal Spray 665mcg 91.5g $1176.00 Add To Cart
Patanase Nasal Spray
Dosage: 665mcg
Quantity: 91.5g
Price: $1176.00

What is Patanase used for? 

Patanase’s generic name is olopatadine. Patanase Nasal Spray is an antihistamine medication indicated to help relieve symptoms of seasonal allergic rhinitis such as clogged, runny, or itchy nose and sneezing. It belongs to a class of drugs known as selective H1-receptor antagonists.

How does Patanase work? 

Symptoms of seasonal allergic rhinitis or hay fever are commonly caused by pollen during the spring and summer months. Inhaling pollen triggers the immune system to produce histamine to eliminate the intruding substance. The capillaries in the body become more permeable, and white blood cells move into them, which creates the fluid that leads to an itchy, runny nose, watery eyes, and sneezing.

When this nasal spray is administered correctly and absorbed into the bloodstream, it blocks the effects of histamine. As a result, it reduces symptoms like congestion, itchy nose, or sneezing.

Patanase Dosage 

The dosage and frequency of this antihistamine medication are different for every individual. It typically depends on the patient’s health status, the severity of the condition, age, and response to the regimen. This drug is available in nasal spray formulation with a strength of 665mcg. 

The recommended adult dose for treating allergic rhinitis is two sprays twice daily in each nostril. However, the suggested intake for children (6 to 11 years old) is one spray twice daily in each nostril.

Directions on how to use Patanase Nasal Spray 

Before using this anti-allergy drug, make sure to read all medication instructions and information provided in the patient leaflet. Use the spray precisely as instructed and consult your healthcare provider, especially if you are unsure how to administer this nasal medication.

Guide to using Patanase Nasal Spray 

For first-time users, shake and prime it five times until a fine mist appears. If you have not used it for more than seven days, prime it again with two sprays. 

  • Before using this nasal spray, blow your nose softly to clear your nasal passages.
  • With your index finger, seal one nostril.
  • Tilt your head down and insert the nasal tip into the other nose.
  • Breathe in through your nose, and quickly spray the medication at the same time.
  • Remove the tip from your nose and breathe through your mouth for five seconds.
  • Repeat these steps if you need an additional spray or if you administer it in the other nostril 

Make sure to cleanse the nasal spray and discard it after 240 sprays after the first priming. 

Patanase Side Effects 

The following are the most common side effects of olopatadine nasal spray that usually improve with time when your body gets used to the medication: 

  • Runny or clogged nose
  • Cough
  • Throat pain or irritation
  • Bitter taste
  • Drowsiness
  • Headache
  • Fever
  • Rash 

Notify your doctor immediately if any of the nasal spray side effects worsen over time or if you develop any of the following adverse reactions: 

  • Nosebleed 
  • Painful sores in the nares
  • Fever
  • Pain when urinating
  • Allergic reactions (rashes, hives, swelling of face and lips, throat stiffness, and trouble breathing) 

Note that this is not a complete list of the health implications of this nasal spray medication. Talk to your doctor for added information about other unwanted side effects. 

Patanase Precautions 

Before using Patanase Nasal Spray, inform your doctor about your medical history, especially if you have nasal problems, to help them decide if this medication is appropriate for you. 

Do not use this medicine if you have a known allergy to olopatadine or other ingredients. This nasal drug may cause allergic reactions and call medical attention right away. 

Monitor regularly for signs of adverse effects on the nasal mucosa and discontinue if ulcerations or perforations occur. 

This nasal spray should only be administered during pregnancy if needed. Know that the benefits must outweigh the risks of this regimen to prevent harming your baby. 

When using this nasal medication, avoid activities that call for mental alertness and coordination, such as operating machinery or driving a car, as this can make you drowsy. Also, avoid alcohol and CNS depressants as they can worsen the side effects of this medication.

Keep this nasal spray out of reach of the children and store it safely away from heat, moisture, and direct sunlight.

Patanase Nasal Spray Price 

Due to the effectiveness of this nasal medication, its cost is a bit pricey. For your reference, you can check our website for our pricing details and compare it to other local and online pharmacies. 

FAQs about Patanase Nasal Spray 

How quickly does it take for Patanase Nasal Spray to work? 

The effects of this antihistamine drug usually depend on how your body responds to the medication. Generally, it works within 30 minutes after administering this drug. 

Is it safe to use Patanase long-term? 

The length of taking this nasal medication depends on your doctor. It is best to follow the prescription to avoid unwanted reactions from this medication. 

Is Patanase safe for pregnant women? 

There is no sufficient evidence of whether this drug can harm an unborn baby. Inform your doctor if you are pregnant and discuss the benefits and risks associated with this medication. 

  

 

Brand Name:

Patanase Nasal Spray

Scientific Name:

Olopatadine

Other Names:

Patanase Nasal Spray

Strength(s):

665mcg

Quantities Available:

91.5g

Formulation:

Nasal Spray

Maple Leaf Medications has provided information from third parties intended to increase awareness and does not contain all the information about Patanase Nasal Spray (Olopatadine). Talk to your doctor or a qualified medical practitioner for medical attention, advice, or if you have any concerns about Patanase Nasal Spray (Olopatadine).