Qvar (Beclomethasone) Aerosol 50mcg/100mcg


  • Preventative Asthma Treatment
  • Active Ingredient: Beclomethasone
  • Reduces And Prevents Swelling And Inflammation In The Lungs
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  • Includes Free Prescription


Known as a “preventer” inhaler, this corticosteroid (or steroid) medication, Qvar (Beclomethasone) Aerosol can be used to control symptoms of mild, moderate or severe Asthma. The active ingredient, beclomethasone dipropionate works by decreasing inflammation, swelling and irritation of the airways to make breathing easier. 

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My Pharmacy is the Best Place to Buy Qvar Inhaler Online UK in 2020. To order Beclomethasone Online in the UK you are required to have a prescription, which you can acquire with our free online consultation service.

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Qvar 100

Qvar 100, Qvar 50 and Qvar Autohaler all contain the active ingredient beclomethasone. Beclomethasone Action Inhaler belongs to a group of medicines called corticosteroids. Qvar 100 and Qvar 50 can is used to prevent the symptoms in people who suffer from asthma. The Qvar Inhaler and Qvar Autohaler helps by reducing the inflammation and swelling in the airways and in turn helping you breathe easier.

See more on asthma at nhs.uk

Qvar 50

Qvar 50 and Qvar 100 is usually safe for everyone to use but there is a small group of people who should not use it. Do not use Qvar Inhaler :

  • If you are allergic to beclometasone or any of the other ingredients of this medicine
  • If you are allergic to other similar inhalers
  • If you are suffering from a sudden attack of breathlessness

Qvar Autohaler

Qvar Autohaler and Qvar inhaler dosage instructions should be followed at all times ensuring the maximum dose it not exceeded.

Qvar 50 Autohaler Adults (including the elderly) and adolescents over 12 years:

  • Mild Asthma The starting dose is one puff twice a day. This may be increased up to two puffs twice a day
  • Moderate Asthma The starting dose is two puffs twice a day. This may be increased up to four puffs twice a day
  • Severe Asthma The starting dose is four puffs twice a day. This may be increased up to eight puffs twice a day
  • The maximum dose is a total of sixteen puffs a day

Qvar 100 Autohaler Adults (including the elderly) and adolescents over 12 years :

  • Mild Asthma The Qvar 100 Autohaler is not suitable for the starting dose. It is suitable for an increased dose of one puff twice a day
  • Moderate Asthma The starting dose is one puff twice a day. This may be increased to two puffs twice a day
  • Severe Asthma The starting dose is two puffs twice a day. This may be increased up to four puffs twice a day. The maximum dose is a total of eight puffs a day

If you feel they dose is not working for you you would need to speak to your doctor or asthma nurse for further advice.

Beclomethasone Inhaler

If you forget to use Beclomethasone Inhaler at the time you would usually use it, take the recommended Beclomethasone Inhaler number of puffs  as soon as you remember unless it it is time to use your Beclomethasone Inhaler again. You should not take a double dose.

Brown Inhaler Beclomethasone

Brown Inhaler Beclomethasone and Qvar HFA is a preventer inhaler and will not give a quick relief from wheezing or difficulty breathing during a sudden asthma attack. You will need to use a releiver inhaler such as salbutamol. You should still continue to use your Brown Inhaler Beclomethasone.

Qvar Easi Breathe

Qvar Easi Breathe is available in two different strengths Qvar Easi Breathe 100mcg and Qvar Easi Breathe 50mcg.

Beclomethasone Action

Beclomethasone Action helps to prevent the nasty syptmoms associated with asthma, Beclomethasone Action helps the medicine get right into your airways so it can get to work where and when it is needed.

How Long Does It Take For Qvar To Take Effect?

How Long Does It Take For Qvar To Take Effect? Is asked by many especially when using the inhaler for the first time. So, let’s have a look How Long Does It Take For Qvar To Take Effect? You may begin to feel this medication working within 24 hours, but it can take upto 3 weeks or sometimes a little longer before you feel the full benefit.

Beclomethasone Side Effects

Beclomethasone Side Effects can occur but that does not mean everybody gets them. If you suffer from any of the following Beclomethasone Side Effects you should continue using your inhaler but speak to your GP as soon as you can:


  • Hoarseness
  • Difficulty in swallowing accompanied by earache and swollen glands or a sore throat
  • A sore mouth or thrush
  • change in taste


A full list of Beclomethasone Side Effects are available in the patient information leaflet.

How To Use Qvar Inhaler?

You may wonder How To Use Qvar Inhaler? So, lets have a look at How To Use Qvar Inhaler?


  • Take the cover off from the mouthpiece, by pulling down on the lip at the back
  • Hold your device upright as shown
  • Push the lever up so that it stays up
  • Continue to hold, making sure that your hand is not blocking the air vent
  • Breathe out as far as is comfortable then immediately place the mouthpiece in your mouth, and close your lips around it
  • Breathe in slowly and deeply through the mouthpiece. Do not stop breathing in when you hear the slight click and feel the puff in your mouth as it is important that you carry on breathing in after the puff is released
  • Hold your breath for 10 seconds and then breathe out slowly
  • The lever must be lowered to the down position after each puff. If your doctor has prescribed more than one puff, repeat steps 2 – 6. After use, replace the cover on the mouthpiece

How To Use Qvar Inhaler With Spacer?

How To Use Qvar Inhaler With Spacer? Is a commonly asked question so lets have a look at How To Use Qvar Inhaler With Spacer? Using a spacer is easy for most people and comes with easy to follow instructions.

Qvar HFA

QVAR HFA is a pressured, metered-dose aerosol intended for oral inhalation only.

Qvar Vs Albuterol

Qvar Vs Albuterol is looked at when looking for asthma treatments, so lets have a look into Qvar Vs Albuterol and what the difference between the two are. Qvar Vs Albuterol can be used at the same time if advised by your healtcare provider as one is a preventer inhaler and the other is a reliever.

Qvar Alternatives

At my pharmacy we have Qvar Alternatives. Qvar Alternatives can be ordered using out easy to use service and can be delivered within as little as 24 hours. Some Qvar Alternatives  and other asthma treatments that we have to offer are:

If you have any questions like How Long Does It Take For Qvar To Take Effect? How To Use Qvar Inhaler With Spacer? How To Use Qvar Inhaler? Brown Inhaler Beclomethasone, Qvar HFA or anything else please feel free to contact our helpful customer service team on info@mypharmacy.co.uk


Asthma is a common lung condition that causes occasional breathing difficulties.

It affects people of all ages and often starts in childhood, although it can also develop for the first time in adults.

There’s currently no cure, but there are simple treatments that can help keep the symptoms under control so it doesn’t have a big impact on your life.

The main symptoms of asthma are:

wheezing (a whistling sound when breathing)
a tight chest, which may feel like a band is tightening around it
The symptoms can sometimes get temporarily worse. This is known as an asthma attack.

Several conditions can cause similar symptoms, so it’s important to get a proper diagnosis and correct treatment.

Your GP will usually be able to diagnose asthma by asking about symptoms and carrying out some simple tests.

Asthma self-assessment tool

Asthma is usually treated by using an inhaler, a small device that lets you breathe in medicines.

The main types are:

reliever inhalers – used when needed to quickly relieve asthma symptoms for a short time
preventer inhalers – used every day to prevent asthma symptoms occurring
Some people also need to take tablets.

To get the most benefit from your inhaler ensure you technuique is correct by using the Inhaler technique guide.

Causes and triggers
Asthma is caused by swelling (inflammation) of the breathing tubes that carry air in and out of the lungs. This makes the tubes highly sensitive, so they temporarily narrow.

It may occur randomly or after exposure to a trigger. Common asthma triggers include:

allergies – to house dust mites, animal fur or pollen, for example
smoke, pollution and cold air
infections like colds or flu
Identifying and avoiding your asthma triggers can help you keep your symptoms under control.

Although asthma can normally be kept under control, it’s still a serious condition that can cause a number of problems.

This is why it’s so important to follow your treatment plan and not ignore your symptoms if they’re getting worse.

Badly controlled asthma can cause problems such as:

feeling tired all the time
underperformance at or absence from work or school
stress, anxiety or depression
disruption of your work and leisure because of unplanned visits to your GP or hospital
lung infections (pneumonia)
delays in growth or puberty in children
There’s also a risk of severe asthma attacks, which can be life-threatening.

Side Effects

Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them.

If immediately after taking a puff of this inhaler, you feel wheezy or tight chested do not take any
more puffs. Use your reliever inhaler to help your breathing and contact your doctor immediately.

Stop using your inhaler and tell your doctor immediately or go to the casualty department at your nearest hospital if the following happens:
• an allergic reaction (swelling of the lips, face or neck leading to severe difficulty in breathing; skin rash or hives).
This is a very serious but rare side effect. You may need urgent medical attention or hospitalisation.

Treatment with Qvar Aerosol may affect the normal production of corticosteroids in the body. Keep using your inhaler but see your doctor as soon as possible if you become unwell, particularly with any of the following:
• abdominal pain
• weakness
• vomiting.

This is especially important if you have been exposed to other stress such as other illness, surgery, or infection.

In addition, the following side effects have been reported for high doses, taken for prolonged periods:
• bone thinning
• clouding of the lens of the eye (cataract) resulting in blurred vision
• loss of vision due to abnormally high pressure in the eye.

The following side effects may also occur in patients taking beclometasone dipropionate. If you experience any of these effects, keep using your inhaler but see your doctor if they last for a while or they are worrying you:
• hoarseness
• difficulty in swallowing accompanied by earache and swollen glands, sore throat (pharyngitis)
• a sore mouth or thrush (white spots in your mouth and throat). These are less likely if you rinse your mouth out with water after using your inhaler. If you get thrush your doctor may recommend a medicine to treat you
• feeling sick
• headache
• feeling dizzy or faint
• tremor
• change in taste
• difficulty in breathing, increase in wheezing, shortness of breath and cough (bronchospasm)
• sleeping problems, depression or feeling worried, restless, nervous, over-excited or irritable.

These effects are more likely to occur in children (Frequency not known).
• Blurred vision (uncommon (may affect up to 1 in 100 people)) Children or adolescents who are using the inhaler for a prolonged period may grow more slowly. Your doctor may therefore wish to monitor the height of a child receiving prolonged treatment with Qvar Aerosol.

Reporting of side effects
If you get side effects, talk to your doctor, pharmacist or nurse. This includes any possible side effects not listed in this leaflet.

You can also report side effects directly via the Yellow Card Scheme at: www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard
By reporting side effects you can help provide more information on the safety of this medicine.

Patient information leaflet

Further information can be found on the manufacturers
Paitient Information Leaflet and printed if required

Inhaler technique guidance