Hello @ablema1, Welcome to Connect. I am responding to your comment in the Nasal passage blocked discussion so that you can see my original post about the Mayo Clinic proprietary nasal spray. The 3 ingredients are Mometasone to reduce inflammation, Ipratropium to reduce nasal drainage and Diphenhydramine which is an antihistamine to help reduce nasal drainage. The product description on my prescription is MOMET 0.033% – IPRA 0.02% – DIPH 0.02%. I think an ENT doctor may be able to write an RX so that you can get it from a Mayo Clinic Pharmacy but you may want to talk with your doctor and/or give the Mayo Pharmacy a call. Here's the Mail Order phone information:
Phone: 507-284-4041, 800-445-6326
Mon – Fri 7:30 am – 6 pm
Sat – 8 am – noon
Closed Sundays and Holidays
Do you have a blocked nasal passage or breathing problems?
Thanks for asking. 4 nosebleeds in July. 2 cauterized.
Since then: “crusting.” …suspect nasal meds used in 2 ERs + sprays recommended for follow-up care exacerbated atrophic rhinitis. No explanation by ENTs for sudden bleeds or subsequent crusting.