Fluticasone Propionate side effects?
I have a feeling that something is stuck in my throat. Bothers me especially when I eat. Could possible be a side effect from this spray? Thank you
Asked by Jenifer Cavallero 6 months ago.
I am assuming you are using a nasal spray. ( There are inhalers available as well). As stated below sore throat is a minor side effect of fluticasone. However if it is bothering you see your doctor and perhaps get your inhaler or nasal spray changed. Fluticasone nasal side effects Get emergency medical help if you have any of these signs of an allergic reaction: hives; difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat. Call your doctor at once if you have any of these serious side effects: severe or ongoing nose bleed; sores in the nose that won't heal; vision problems; or fever, chills, body aches, flu symptoms. Less serious side effects may include: headache, back pain; minor nose bleed; sinus pain, cough, sore throat; or sores or white patches inside or around your nose. Answered by Jeni Robbie 6 months ago.
Fluticasone propionate nasal spray question?
lastnight i picked up a really bad cough, and headache all night and all day today, i can tell my throat has mucus because i try to cough it up but then i feel like throwing up, i have fluticasone propionate nasal spray and i was wondering can i use that to get rid of the mucus will it help? if not what are some...
Asked by Keely Gresh 6 months ago.
lastnight i picked up a really bad cough, and headache all night and all day today, i can tell my throat has mucus because i try to cough it up but then i feel like throwing up, i have fluticasone propionate nasal spray and i was wondering can i use that to get rid of the mucus will it help? if not what are some home remedies, and any idea of what i have, earlier today i felt dizzy and at times like throwing up, headache, nd bad cough, i dont really have a runny nose, what could it be? thank you ! Answered by Clementina Sudekum 6 months ago.
Fluticasone propionate will help your mucus if it is draining from your nasal passages into your throat (post nasal drip caused by chronically inflamed sinuses), but it won't help at all if the mucus is in your lungs. You can try taking a steamy shower to help hydrate your mucus so it is thinner and easier to cough up. You should also drink plenty of fluids to help thin it out. If you have a fever as well as headache and cough, you may be coming down with a flu virus. Get some rest and take good care of yourself! Hope you feel better soon. Answered by Mai Kassam 6 months ago.
Fluticasone Propionate Nasal Spray Usp Answered by Roy Mcgeady 6 months ago.
is it safe for a 4yr old child with post nasal drip to use fluticasone propionate nasal spray 50mcg for 3 months straight? ENT doctor diagnose child has a large mass on her nasal passage. If it does not get smaller after the 3 months the doctor will remove it, he also said that it still can reoccur again. Answered by Tillie Neizer 6 months ago.
I can't say what you have, since everyone presents symptoms differently. If you don't have a high fever (above 101) you're probably ok. The nausea can be caused from coughing so much since it can set off your gag reflex. The Flonase probably won't help much. It is usually used to alleviate the stuffy nose and swollen mucous membranes associated with allergies. What you should use is guifenison (Mucinex) to lessen the mucous, and as for the severe cough, you probably need a prescription strength medication like hydrocodone syrup. Answered by Loriann Sten 6 months ago.
I have a cough and my throuth is sore can iuse fluticasone propiojate.thanks Answered by Sherika Strejcek 6 months ago.
Where can i get a shot of the stuff. Had done once before. Going away. No hassles Answered by Davida Retka 6 months ago.
DOES FLUTIASONEPROPIONNASALSPRAY STOP COUGH? Answered by Vanna Tubville 6 months ago.
Fluticasone Propionate nasal spray question?
Hello! Could someone tell me please if anyone uses or knows how what is the treatment course from the allergic rhinitis using Fluticasone Propionate. Says 2 sprays in each nostril daily, but for how long? Thank you!
Asked by Latia Mccracken 6 months ago.
There is no treatment course with Fluticasone Nasal Spray.It only provides symptomatic relief,it does not cure allergic rhinitis.Some people get the problem during a particular season only while others need it round the year.Dose varies as per the need.Some require 2 sprays in each nostril once a day,while others require 1 spray in each nostril twice a day.Take the dose as per your doctor's advise.When taken for the first time the results may appear after 12 hours.It may take a few days before you start getting full results.iFyou notice any side effects,report to your doctor immediately.It's a topically absorbed corticosteroid and has minimal absorption in the system.Hope this information helps. Answered by Evita Scantlin 6 months ago.
what is the side effect Answered by Krystal Westly 6 months ago.
Fluticasone propionate inhaler side effects?
can a hoarse voice from taking the inhaler also result in an irrated larynx and possibly be mistaken for upper chest tightness/irratation?Originally had mild flu 4 weeks ago with chest tightness, but it seems to be gone except I have this hoarse voice and upper chest irritation. I am wondering if the inhaler...
Asked by Violeta Rossey 6 months ago.
can a hoarse voice from taking the inhaler also result in an irrated larynx and possibly be mistaken for upper chest tightness/irratation? Originally had mild flu 4 weeks ago with chest tightness, but it seems to be gone except I have this hoarse voice and upper chest irritation. I am wondering if the inhaler they put me on might actually be the cause of the upper chest irritation versus helping get rid of it. Answered by Julian Galluzzi 6 months ago.
Hoarse voice accompanied my use of Advair inhaler (fluticasone anti-inflammatory + salmeterol dilator) for COPD. Discontinued use and voice returned -- as did heavier sputum. Second try reinstituted the hoarse voice. As I earn a living talking, I'm looking for answers too. Your inhaler only dispensed fluticasone? Answered by Leone Tonsil 6 months ago.