Veramyst Nasal

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I have been using this spray for almost 2 mo. and have developed ringing in my ears(tinnitus) so I stopped it and went to an ear,nose &throat Dr. who told me to go on a low salt diet and resume the Veramyst. Haven't been able to find the tinnutis as a side effect of this drug so I am wondering if anyone else has had this problem with it

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Mark Simmons Says:

yes, been taking for 1 week now (2 doses each nostril, 1xday) and I've just developed really bad tinnutis in both ears about 20mins after the last dosing. I've never had that before so I'm assuming it is a side-effect.

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Jean Says:

Yes, I have had tinnitus for many years due to a bad fall skiing. It recently got much worse and I suspected the Veramyst which I stopped. When I started it again recently the ringing got worse. I'm really interested that someone suspects the same connection.

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