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Without a Prescription

Flonase belongs to the drugs called steroid. Flonase functions in the body by preventing the discharge of substances in the body that could cause inflammation.
Preventing asthma attacks are the main purpose or use of Flonase. Flonase could also be prescribed in other purposes not mentioned here.

Contraindications

Inform your doctor first before using Flonase if you have serious viral, bacterial, or fungal infection. Flonase could inhibit the ability of the body to fight off infections. It may not be good for you to use Flonase if you have infections. Flonase is indicated to prevent asthma attacks but this would not treat an asthma attack that is already in progress or started. Avoid using Flonase in treating an asthma attack. Look for emergency medical attention if you are having an asthma attack that is not reacting to any treatment. Flonase belongs to the FDA pregnancy category C. It is unknown whether Flonase could cause harm to an unborn baby. Talk to your doctor first before taking Flonase if you are pregnant or could become pregnant during the treatment. It is unknown whether Flonase passes into breast milk. Talk to your doctor first before taking Flonase if you are breast-feeding a baby.

Intake Guidelines

Follow the exact direction given to you by your doctor in using Flonase. In case you did not understand the instructions, do not hesitate ask your doctor, nurse, or pharmacist to explain them to you. The usage of Flonase will vary depending on the type of Flonase you are using. After using Flonase, rinse your mouth with water but do not swallow the water. Doing this will lessen the chance of developing a yeast infection in the mouth. In order that the medicine gets in the lungs, it is necessary to use Flonase correctly. You may ask your doctor about the proper usage of Flonase. Use Flonase consistently and do not use more than the quantity your doctor gave you. Use this as instructed by your doctor and do not stop taking this without taking to your doctor even when you feel better. If your condition does not get better or if it becomes worse after a several weeks of using Flonase, consult your doctor. If you observe that you need more than the amount of any asthma medication in a 24-hour period given to you, look for emergency medical attention because this could be a symptom of a serious asthma attack. Flonase is not a substitute for an oral steroid so continue taking any oral steroid indicated by your doctor. If you are switching from oral steroid to Flonase, ask your doctor about the needed precautions. To keep the inhaler clean and unclogged, it is advisable to rinse it with a hot water at least once a day.

Dosage

You may obtain the dose of Flonase from your doctor. The dose will vary from person to person. Follow the exact dose given to you by your doctor.

Overdose

Call an emergency room or poison control left in case you suspect an overdose with Flonase.

Missed Dose

In case you miss a dose of Flonase, use the missed dose as soon as you remember but if it is almost time for the next dose, skip the missed dose and take the next dose as directed by your doctor. Avoid using a double dose of Flonase.

Side Effects

Some of the serious side effects of Flonase are allergic reaction such as closing of the throat, swelling of the lips, difficulty in breathing, or hives; numbness, tingling, or pain; rash or unexplained open sores or bruising; and worsening respiratory symptoms. If you experience any of the said serious side effects, stop using Flonase, look for emergency medical attention or call your doctor immediately. Some of the less serious side effects of Flonase are yeast infection in the mouth or throat; wheezing; unpleasant taste or smell; headache or lightheadedness; decreased growth in children taking large doses; increased pressure in the eyes, glaucoma, or tearing of the eyes; hoarseness or deepening of the voice, cough, or sore throat; dryness of the mouth, nose, or throat after use; and cataracts, which may develop after long-term use. In case you experience any of the said less serious side effects, you may still continue using Flonase but talk to your doctor. Some of the side effects not mentioned here may also occur. Talk to your doctor if you experience any unusual or bothersome side effects.

Interactions

Inform your doctor if you are taking other medications other than Flonase. Risk of side effects and overdose may increase if you are using oral, nasal or inhaled steroids. Some drugs not mentioned here may also affect Flonase. Consult your doctor first before taking other medications or over-the-counter medicines such as vitamins minerals and herbal products.

Other Brand Names

In some countries Flonase may also be known as:
- Albeoler;
- Allegro;
- Asmatil;
- Asmo-Lavi;
- Axotide;
- Beconase Allergy;
- Brethal;
- Brexonase;
- Brexovent;
- Cutivate;
- Eustidil;
- Flixonase;
- Flohale;
- Flusona;
- Fluticaps;
- Fluticasone Propionate;
- Fluticort;
- Fluti-K;
- Inalacor;
- Lidil Cort;
- Nasofan;
- Nebulex;
- Plurair;
- Proair;
- Raffonin;
- Rinisona;
- Rinosone;
- Rontilona;
- Rontilona;
- Ubizol;
- Zoflut;

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