for antibiotic therapy are always determined by the doctor. And in pregnancy, all the more it is impossible to self-medicate. But “Bioparox” is a local drug, after application in the blood is not determined. Therefore, therapists for women’s consultations are very willing to prescribe it to pregnant women for colds — rhinitis, sinusitis, laryngitis, tracheitis and even bronchitis. In addition to antibacterial, the drug has anti-inflammatory effect and antifungal activity, so the remedy is recommended to take when the upper respiratory tract is affected by fungi of the genus Candida.
How to use the drug
“Bioparox” is released in the form of aerosol. Several plastic nozzles of different colors are attached to the metal canister so that several people can use the drug at the same time. Nozzles need to be disinfected daily. The nozzles also have a different shape — for injections into the nasal passages and into the mouth. In the nose the drug is used for rhinitis and sinusitis.
After you have opened the package, first of all, get and carefully read the attached instructions for use.
Before using the drug it is necessary to rinse thoroughly. Produces 2 injections into each nostril no more than 4 times a day. In tonsillitis, laryngitis, tracheites, and bronchitis, inhalations through the mouth are prescribed. Injections should be carried out on breath, a little holding your breath before exhaling, 4 times. Multiplicity of use – also 4 times a day. The duration of the drug should not exceed 7 days, otherwise the microflora will lose sensitivity to it. Inhalations are accompanied by unpleasant sensations at the injection site, and can cause tingles and dryness of the mucous, less often – attacks of sneezing.
To reduce the unpleasant sensations that accompany the inhalation of the drug through the mouth, do not apply it immediately after brushing your teeth, especially with menthol pastes.
The drug is able to cause allergic reactions and bronchospasm, so it is not recommended to use people with increased allergic background and bronchial asthma sufferers. If you are not sure that you are not allergic to this drug, or there have been asphyxiation attacks in the past, it is better not to start using the drug. After all, pregnancy is not the time to experiment, especially as you will experiment not only on yourself, but also on your unborn child. Once again, please note that the admission of any medicines must be agreed with the doctor!