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Flonase

Flonase

FLUTICASONE (floo-TIK-a-sone)

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3 Flonase 50 mcg (Nasal Spray) 100 Doses $132.99 $44.33
9 Flonase 50 mcg (Nasal Spray) 100 Doses $368.99 $41.00
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  • Adults and pediatric patients (older than 12 years of age): Normally, this population is recommended to take 2 sprays of Flonase in each nostril once per day. Though, dosages may be increased depending on the patient’s condition but it should not be exceed the maximum daily dose of 4 sprays in each nostril. For example in some cases of severe rhinitis patient are often given 2 sprays in each nostril twice daily doses to recover health.
  • For pediatric patients (between 4 to 11 years) are frequently recommended to have 1 or 2 sprays in each nostril once daily to get rid of symptoms of allergic rhinitis which may be increased up to 2 sprays in each nostril daily. It is the maximum limit of using Flonase in this population.
  • Before using Flonase nasal spray, shake well your medication and also clear your nostrils before each use.
  • Do not share your spray with anyone as it can pass allergens.
  • To get most out of your treatment, it is important that you should use this medication regularly according to your prescription.
  • Tag along to your instructions and do not use extra dosages or spray more often as it can arouse symptoms of overdose and make your condition worse.
  • In case of miss dose, use the spray as soon as you recall it or skip the missed dose and continue with the next dose.
  • Keep your spray at a moisture free and hygienic place. 

Generally, Flonase nasal spray does not cause any side effects if used according to the prescription instructions carefully. If you got any of these adverse and unwanted reactions or anything else unusual that seems troublesome after using nasal spray, contact your doctor:

  • burning or dryness inside the nose
  • irritation inside the nose
  • headache
  • runny nose
  • sneezing after using the spray
  • sore throat

In very few cases severe medical conditions due to Flonase nasal spray use are also reported which includes:

  • bloody nasal mucus
  • eye pain
  • blurred vision
  • unexplained nosebleeds
  • white patches or sores inside nose or throat

In such condition patient should rush for medical help immediately and should not use the spray further until medical re-consultation. In case of severe allergic reaction due to this nasal spray following symptoms may occur:

  • sudden wheezing
  • difficulty breathing
  • chest pain or tightness
  • hives
  • swelling of the face, lips, or eyes

Stop taking Flonase if any of the above allergic symptoms occur and meet your doctor right away.

  • Fluticasone propionate nasal spray is not safe option to be introduced in those patients who have any of these medical conditions:

»        allergies to fluticasone or to any other content of the medication, or

»        has medically untreated fungal, bacterial infection or tuberculosis infections of the lungs.

  • Patient with following medical conditions are required to use this medication with extreme caution and under the supervision of an expert medical professional:
  • Patient is already taking ketoconazole or ritonavir like medicines for other health benefits as there may an interaction between Flonase and these drugs.
  • Patient is pregnant as this may possibly harm the growth and well being of the fetus.
  • Patient is breast-feeding an infant as fluticasone propionate may pass into breast milk and affect the health of your baby.
  • Patient is under 4 years of age as safety and effectiveness of Flonase is not recognized in this population. Additionally, fluticasone propionate nasal spray is not permitted as a safe option for long term treatment for children less than 12 years of age.