Beclovent is a type of steroid. This medicine is used for the treatment of chronic asthma to prevent attacks. Use this medicine only as directed. If you are sensitive to or have ever had an allergic reaction to Beclovent or other steroid drugs, you should not take this medication. Rare cases of immediate and delayed allergic reactions, such as hives, a rash, or wheezing, have occured. Beclovent should not be used for relief of asthma when bronchodilators and other nonsteroid drugs prove effective. Do not expect immediate relief from Beclovent, and do not take higher doses in an attempt to make it work. Symptoms such as mental disturbances, increased bruising, weight gain, facial swelling, acne, menstrual irregularities, increased pressure in the eyes, and cataracts may occur with steroids. If you experience any of these symptoms, notify your doctor immediately. If bronchodilator medications seem less effective after you start taking Beclovent, be sure to tell your doctor. Do not abruptly stop using Beclovent on your own.
Side Effects of Beclovent
The following side effects of Beclovent may includes:
Warnings and precautions before taking Beclovent
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