The Avamys nasal spray is a corticosteroid medication that’s used to treat allergic rhinitis and hay fever. The primary active ingredient in the Avamys spray is fluticasone furoate.

  • Alleviates the symptoms of hay fever
  • Relieves runny or blocked nose
  • Fast-acting (as little as 8 hours)
  • Tried-and-true medication
  • All medicines are sourced in the United Kingdom


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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Avamys and how does it work? 

The Avamys nasal spray, UK is a corticosteroid medication that alleviates the symptoms of hay fever or allergic rhinitis. Avamys is based on a corticosteroid called fluticasone furoate. When administered into the nasal cavity, Avamys decreases inflammation and stops the release of chemicals that trigger unpleasant and debilitating allergic reactions to pollen and other irritants. 

As the active ingredient in Avamys, fluticasone furoate is able to provide long-term relief from the discomfort caused by allergic rhinitis in as little as 8-24 hours after administering a dose. It usually takes a few days for Avamys to achieve its full effect. 

The symptoms Avamys can help you with include:

  • Runny nose
  • Itchy eyes
  • Watery eyes
  • Sneezing
  • Blocked nose
  • Relief of sinus difficulties

What's the correct way to use Avamys nasal spray? 

Avamys should be used in the treatment of allergic rhinitis (ie., hay fever), which is a condition that occurs when the patient’s immune system becomes overly sensitive to substances that shouldn’t bother it (for example, pollen and dust). This results in a variety of different allergic reactions that affect the nasal cavity.

The Avamys nasal spray comes in a 27.5 microgram daily dosage. It requires preparation prior to first use, or if the cap has been left off for three days or longer. This is necessary in order to make sure you receive the full dose. 

Here’s how to prepare Avamys nasal spray for use:

  • Step #1: Give the spray a good 10-minute shake.
  • Step #2: Squeeze the sides of the cap to make it come off.
  • Step #3: Hold the spray upright and make sure to point the nozzle away from yourself.
  • Step #4: Firmly press on the button to make the spray pump a fine mist into the air. Do this 4-6 times.

Once the Avamys nasal spray is ready to be used, perform the following steps:

  • Step #1: Vigorously shake the spray.
  • Step #2: Uncap it.
  • Step #3: Blow the air out of your nostrils and tilt your head to a forward position.
  • Step #4: Put the nozzle on the Avamys nasal spray into one of your nostrils.
  • Step #5: Press the button on the spray to pump the medicinal mist into your nasal cavity. Make sure to breathe it in through your nose as you do this. 
  • Step #6: Take the nozzle out of your nostril and let your breath out through your mouth.
  • Step #7: Repeat steps 3-6 with the other nostril.
  • Step #8: Once you’ve taken your daily dose, put the cap back on the nasal spray.

What is the recommended Avamys dosage? 

This depends on the patient’s age and your physician’s recommendations. To be safe, you should always follow your doctor’s advice when it comes to your Avamys dosage. Furthermore, you should skip any doses you missed. Never double the dosage to make up for a forgotten dose. 

The generally recommended Avamys nasal spray dosages are:

  • Adults and children older than 12 should administer two sprays per nostril at the same time of the day, once a day. As soon as the symptoms of hay fever become manageable, you should reduce the dosage to a single spray per nostril at the same time of the day. 
  • Children aged 6-11 years should receive a single spray in each nostril once a day, at the same time of the day. If this isn’t enough to control the symptoms, consult with your doctor and have them increase the dosage until the symptoms have been brought under control. 

If not emptied completely, the Avamys nasal spray may become contaminated after two months of the bottle being opened for the first time. If this is the case, throw away your nasal spray and make an appointment with your medical practitioner to get a replacement. 

Want To Know More About Avamys?

When using Avamys, some patients may experience certain unwanted side effects. Most of these side effects are short-lived and do not produce serious discomfort. However, there are a few severe side effects that may require medical assistance. 

Common Avamys side effects include:

  • Nasal ulceration
  • Headache
  • Nosebleeds

In rare cases, patients may experience pain, burning, dryness, soreness, or general irritation in the nose.

Serious side effects include:

  • Hay fever
  • Wheezing
  • Breathing difficulties
  • Fainting
  • Swollen mouth or lips
  • Lumpy rash

The Avamys nasal spray can be safely used during pregnancy and breastfeeding, as only a minuscule amount of the medicine enters the bloodstream after using the spray. Still, you should never use Avamys while pregnant or breastfeeding without first consulting your physician. 

Avamys has not been shown to negatively impact or be impacted by other medications. That being said, it’s never a bad idea to inform your doctor about the other medicines and herbal products you’re taking, especially if they were bought without a prescription. 

The most reliable and convenient place to order Avamys nasal spray is at True Medical. You will first have an online consultation with a registered physician who will assess your case and determine whether Avamys is the optimal treatment for your condition.