What is Nasal Congestion?
Treatment for nasal congestion includes taking medication. Common drug classes used to treat nasal congestion are alpha agonists, antihistamine / alpha agonist combinations, antihistamine / sudafed combinations, expectorant / opioid / sudafed combinations, expectorant / sudafed combinations, and antihistamine / opioid / sudafed combinations.
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Popular Nasal Congestion Drugs
Qnasl (beclomethasone) is used to treat the symptoms of allergies like sneezing, itching, and runny or stuffy nose, and to prevent the return of nasal polyps. Qnasl is less popular than other corticosteroids. There are currently no generic alternatives to Qnasl.
Check our savings tips for co-pay cards, assistance programs, and other ways to reduce your cost. Qnasal is covered by some Medicare and insurance plans.