Sudden Weakness & Dizziness

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I started taking Nasonex to help clear up an inner ear blockage. Within 30 minutes of taking the spaying it into both nostrils, I became completely fatigued, dizzy and disoriented. It was most noticeable as I stood up and began walking. It felt like something was wrong and I felt anxious and my heart was racing. I checked my blood pressure and blood sugar but they were both normal. I felt better the next morning. I sprayed each nostril in the morning without a noticeable side effect. So I figured that same evening it should be alright to continue. The same symptoms recurred from the previous night, and improved only slightly by bedtime. I slept well, but still feel some of the dizziness. Has anybody else had these side effects?



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Verwon Says:

Oh yes, I did experience this, and more, when I tried it. That's why I still have most of it left in a cabinet, unused. My doctor prescribed it for my allergies and it may me miserable.

I pretty much experience all the other side effects that the U.S. lists as being possible, nausea, dizziness, headache, sinus drainage, cough, bad taste in mouth, and etc.

I finally just accept that it is not a good medication for me and stopped using it.

Are you still trying it? Are you on any other medications?

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