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After I used nasonex for several weeks (with no warning from the doctor who prescribed it), I suffered damage to the optic nerve in my right eye; subsequently I developed glaucoma in both eyes. Though there's no way to prove a connection, there's no other explanation for the damage to my vision. ## In this case, I believe it would be very hard for anyone to say what has caused your condition. Nasonex contains the active ingredient Mometasone, which is a steroid class medication and prolonged use of them has been known to cause glaucoma, but that usually takes longer than a few weeks. However, there are other factors that can also cause glaucoma and you can learn more about them here: Have you discussed this with a doctor?

bad sd affects

my son is 11 yrs old started taken Nasonex when he was 9 yrs old and is now having eye probs!! not cool drugs should not be FDA aproved if they havenT BEEN STUDY long enough to really know if it cause other probs !! and now my son is a victum of this drug it needs to come off the market !! ## Nasonex, which is used to treat allergic rhinitis and other problems that cause nasal swelling, contains the active ingredient Mometasone, which is a steroid class medication. The only reported side effect that affects the eyes for people using this had been Conjunctivitis, also referred to as Pink Eye. Has his doctor definitively tied his vision problem to the use of the medication? Long-term use of some steroid class medications, has been linked to serious conditions of the eye, such as Glaucoma ...

positive reaction to Benzo

I got a positive reaction to Benzo class of drugs in Court and risk possibly losing my kids!! I have not taken any of those type pills like Valium or Xanax. Could it be the Benzalkonium Chloride in Nasonex causing this. I dont know what to do ## Your best bet is to tell then everything you were taking, even if it was over the counter. Some drugs do cause a false positive reaction and that way they will be able to figure out what it was, then stop taking EVERYTHING for a period of time and offer to retake the test. ## I had the same thing happen to me. I'm in a group home and I have been sober from everything for 12 months. I took a AU test and was positive for benzos. I am using Nasonex and before i was, all of my UA's have been clean.


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