Recently, my daughter went to kindergarten, began to get sick often, mainly snot and cough.
Snot became a constant companion of my daughter, just pass and start again. Before we started going to the kindergarten, we had snot, but we never treated them, they rinsed with Aqualor maximum, and a vasoconstrictor dripped at night. They did not cause any particular problems.
At the first visit, the doctor prescribed protargol 3-4 times a day, rinsing with saline (or any sea water), if necessary, naphthyzine (vasoconstrictor), inhalation with saline. This treatment did not help, or we got infected again, but the snot already lasted almost 2 weeks, it started to strain me. A week later, we were again at the doctor. After seeing a blood test , the pediatrician prescribed Desrinitis and inhaled with aminocaproic acid, rinsing with saline before instillation. Having said that if this does not help, but will prescribe antibiotics.
The effectiveness of Desrinitis.
First day. Everything is as usual. There are still snot.
Second day. Snot became less.
Day 3. No snot.
And so until 7 days I pshykala this miracle remedy.
A blood test showed that all indicators are normal or slightly exceeded, since the child was ill.
Desrinitis (Mometasone) is a synthetic glucocorticosteroid (GCS) for topical use. Mometasone has an anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic effect . The local anti-inflammatory effect of the drug manifests itself when used in doses at which systemic effects do not occur. In studies with provocative tests with the application of antigens on the nasal mucosa, the drug showed high anti-inflammatory activity, both in the early and late stages of an allergic reaction. When compared with placebo, a decrease in the level of histamine and activity of eosinophils, as well as a decrease (compared with the initial) in the number of eosinophils, neutrophils and proteins of epithelial cells was found.
Conclusion: Desrinitis is effective for green snot in a child, but only a doctor can prescribe it.
The drug has benefits.
I recommend Desrinitis for treating a protracted cold.