How often can I use Congivil?
We recommend using Congivil Nasal spray two to six times a day (or more) in each nostril for as long as you need it or as long as and as often as your doctor recommends.
Can Congivil be used with other medication?
Yes. Congivil is drug-free and doesn’t contain preservatives so there is no known risk of interaction with any other medication. However, in all cases it is best to check with your doctor.
Can I use Congivil if I’m pregnant, diabetic or suffer from high blood pressure?
Yes, Congivil is completely safe to use with these conditions, but it is always a good idea to check with your doctor.
Can I use Congivil for my baby?
Yes, Congivil is suitable for the whole of the family, even babies from 3 months old.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE: ADULTS & CHILDREN
The first thing you need to do is to blow your nose to clear up the passageways as much as you can. Then take the cap off the bottle and follow the directions.
- Depress the pump firmly to activate the spray.
- Insert the nozzle into the nostril and make sure that the tip is angled slightly backwards
- Once the required dose has been inserted into each nostril, then tilt the head to the right for 10 seconds. Then tilt the head left for 10 seconds
- Pinch the nostrils closed and sit head forward for 10 seconds.
- When you’re done, don’t blow your nose right away and try not to sneeze. That will keep the medication in your nose.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE: BABIES
- Place baby on his/her back on the changing table and turn baby’s head towards you.
- Use your arm to hold down baby’s body and arm.
- Gently insert the nozzle into the upper nostril and bring it to a vertical position.
- Press the nozzle and allow the solution to drain out of the nostril, taking the secretions with it.
- Wipe the nozzle with a tissue.
The dosage is only a recommendation. The application quantity and frequency is up to the intensity of the condition. Depending on the necessity spray several times a day in each nostril.
Adults: up to 8 sprays per nostril as needed
Children: up to 4 sprays per nostril as needed
Newborns/babies: 1 spray per nostril as needed
Avoid nasal spray if you have high blood pressure, a heart condition, diabetes, thyroid problems, or urinary problems from an enlarged prostate. Decongestant products, including nasal sprays, can raise blood pressure and pulse rate. They can also cause you to feel nervous or dizzy, or make it hard for you to get to sleep. Some decongestants may interfere with other medications you take. Check with your doctor before you use them.
50 ml Sterile (contents) saline solution 0.9% (isotonic)
- Consult your doctor before using if you have a nose injury or after a nose operation.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Read label before use.
- Keep away from heat/sparks/open flames/hot surfaces.
- Do not spray on an open flame or other ignition source.
- This bottle must not be used by more than one person assharing may lead to the spread of infection.
- Keep in a cool place, below the temperature of 30°C. Do not use after the expiry date shown on the pack.
If symptons persists, always consult your healthcare professional.