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Can a doctor show you how to use clenil Modulite?

Can a doctor show you how to use clenil Modulite?

However, your doctor, nurse or pharmacist can also show you how to use your inhaler and can check that you are using it correctly. Clenil modulite is a metered dose inhaler (sometimes called an MDI or aerosol inhaler) that delivers the medicine as a fine spray or mist.

Where can I report side effects of clenil?

You can also report side effects directly via the Yellow Card Scheme at: By reporting side effects you can help provide more information on the safety of this medicine. This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website.

What kind of inhaler has clenil Modulite in it?

Clenil Modulite 100micrograms / dose inhaler (Chiesi Ltd) 200 dose Type Pressurised aerosol inhaler (MDI) Medicine Beclometasone 100micrograms/dose

When does breathing improve after clenil Modulite treatment?

Your breathing should usually start to improve between three to seven days after starting treatment. However, it is important to keep using this inhaler regularly, even after your asthma symptoms have improved, to prevent your breathing problems coming back. How does Clenil modulite work?

What kind of Medicine is clenil Modulite inhaler?

Clenil modulite inhaler contains the active ingredient beclometasone, which is a type of medicine called a corticosteroid. Corticosteroids are hormones that are produced naturally by the adrenal glands. When you breathe in beclometasone it’s absorbed into the cells of the lungs and airways.

Can a postnasal drip cause a sinus infection?

Postnasal drip is generally more noticeable at night, especially when you are lying down to sleep. Possible complications include the blocking of the Eustachian tube, which joins the throat to the middle ear, leading to a painful ear infection. If the sinus passages become blocked, a postnasal drip can cause a sinus infection to develop.