Explain Patients May Have a Bitter Taste After Using Dymista

You'll soon see Dymista (dye-MIST-ah), a new Rx nasal spray for moderate to severe seasonal allergic rhinitis with eye symptoms in patients 12 years of age and older.

It's the first product in Canada that combines the antihistamine, azelastine...with the corticosteroid, fluticasone.

Dymista works better and faster at relieving allergy symptoms than intranasal fluticasone alone...but will likely cost more.

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