Don't Be Surprised if Dymista Patients Get a Bitter Taste in Their Mouth

You'll see a new Rx nasal spray, Dymista (dye-MIST-ah), for treating moderate to severe seasonal allergic rhinitis.

It combines the antihistamine, azelastine, and the corticosteroid, fluticasone (Flonase, etc), in one inhaler.

Expect Dymista to be saved for when either antihistamines or nasal steroids alone aren't working...since the combo product attacks allergy symptoms with two different mechanisms.

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