Once-daily NASONEX is clinically proven to help treat nasal symptoms of both seasonal (outdoor) and year-round (indoor) allergic rhinitis in adults and children 2 years and older.
NASONEX helps treat nasal congestion that happens with seasonal allergic rhinitis in adults and children 2 years and older.
NASONEX helps prevent nasal symptoms of seasonal allergic rhinitis in people 12 years and older when started 2 to 4 weeks prior to allergy season.
It is important that you take NASONEX regularly as recommended by your doctor, since its effectiveness depends on regular use. Maximum treatment benefit is usually achieved in 1 to 2 weeks.
This short questionnaire covers important information your health care provider will want to know about your nasal allergy symptoms and history. To help you prepare for the visit with the health care provider, answer the questions as best you can by checking the appropriate check boxes and typing answers in the empty text boxes. Then click on the Printable Version button to print out the completed form that you can bring to your health care provider's office, along with any other notes or questions to ask your health care provider.
Please note: This checklist is for your personal use only. No personal information you enter is collected by this Web site.
What kinds of symptoms do you have? (Check all that apply.)
What symptom(s) bothers you the most?
How severe are your symptoms:
How frequently do your symptoms appear?
When do your symptoms appear? (Check all that apply.)
How do your symptoms occur?
What were your doing the last time you had symptoms?
How long do your symptoms usually last?
Is there wall-to-wall carpet in your home?
How much time do you spend outside?
What is the impact of your nasal allergy symptoms and allergies on your daily life?
What medications are you currently taking, if any—either prescription or over-the-counter—to relieve your symptoms? What is the dosage?
How well do they control your symptoms?
Do your medications cause side effects?
If 'Yes', what side effects are you experiencing?
Are there other medications you've tried in the past—either prescription or over-the-counter—to relieve your symptoms? Why did you stop taking them?