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    Ciclesonide

    Information about Ciclesonide

    Ciclesonide uses

    Ciclesonide is used in the treatment of allergy symptoms and asthma.

    How ciclesonide works

    Ciclesonide is a corticosteroid. It acts by stopping the release of certain natural substances in the body that are responsible for inflammation.

    Common side effects of ciclesonide

    Throat irritation, Hoarseness of voice, Cough

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    Expert advice for Ciclesonide

    • Ciclesonide ‘dampens down’ inflammation in the lungs to provide long-term (maintenance) treatment of asthma and prevent disease progression.
    • Ciclesonide will not work for an ongoing asthma attack. Use your rescue inhaler to control sudden difficulty in breathing.
    • Learn the correct technique of using metered dose inhalers (MDI) and dry powder inhalers (DPI) to ensure that the right amount of medication reaches your lungs, and side effects are minimized.
    • Gargle with warm water after each inhalation to avoid any fungal infections in your mouth and throat.
    • Take it at the same time every day to prevent asthma attacks.
    • Do not open and close the cover unnecessarily as you will lose the medicine.
    • Never breathe out into the mouthpiece.
    • Only minuscule amounts of Ciclesonide may get absorbed into the bloodstream after inhalation. Hence, serious side effects such or weight gain are unlikely.

    Frequently asked questions for Ciclesonide

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    Q. Is Ciclesonide safe?

    Ciclesonide is safe if used at prescribed doses for the prescribed duration as advised by your doctor.

    Content on this page was last updated on 24 January, 2018, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)