Common uses: Dobipro (Beclomethasone) is used to prevent allergy symptoms including sneezing, itching, and runny or stuffed nose. It also is used to shrink nasal polyps (lumps) and prevent them from returning after surgical removal. A doctor may prescribe Dobipro (Beclomethasone) for additional conditions. Read more on Dobipro.
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