Calcitonin Nasal Spray Pain
- Calcitonin nasal spray is a prescription medication and should be used only as directed by your doctor. It is typically used once daily. Application is made into one nostril only via nasal spray, alternating the nostrils each day.
- It may take your body several days to become accustomed to Calcitonin nasal spray. Typical reactions when first beginning treatment with this medication include a sore or runny nose accompanied by sneezing.
Common Side Effects
- Some patients have reported experience significant pain associated with the use of Calcitonin nasal spray. Pain has been reported in the back, muscles and head. Dizziness, nausea, fatigue, and flushing of the face and neck may accompany the pain.
Infrequent Side Effects
- Some patients have developed flu-like symptoms when using Calcitonin nasal spray. Others have reported trouble breathing, chest pain, rash on the skin, tingling in the extremities, rapid heart rate or painful urination. If you have any of these symptoms, contact your doctor immediately.
- Although it is unlikely, some patients may experience an allergic reaction to Calcitonin nasal spray. Symptoms may include itching, rash, breathing problems, swelling or dizziness. In the event of an allergic reaction, seek immediate medical attention.