Skip to Content

What's the difference between Xhance and Flonase Allergy Relief?

Answers (1)

Official Answer by Drugs.com 7 Nov 2017

Xhance (fluticasone propionate) nasal spray, 93 mcg, for intranasal administration is a prescription corticosteroid for the treatment of nasal polyps in patients 18 years of age and older. Xhance uses an innovative approach to drug delivery in the nose. It is designed to deliver medicine to targeted areas deep in the nose by using an Exhalation Delivery System (EDS), a novel approach. Xhance is delivered into the nose by actuating the pump spray into one nostril while simultaneously blowing into the mouthpiece of the device. A generic substitute for Xhance is not yet available.

Flonase Allergy Relief (fluticasone propionate) nasal spray, 50 mcg, is a nonprescription (over-the-counter) corticosteroid agent used to treat nasal congestion, sneezing, runny nose, and itchy or watery eyes caused by seasonal or year-round allergies in adults and children who are at least 4 years old. The Flonase brand prescription product has been discontinued by the manufacturer and is no longer available in the U.S. Generic prescription fluticasone nasal spray https://www.drugs.com/price-guide/fluticasone-nasal for allergy symptoms is still available. The delivery device for Flonase Allergy Relief and the generic prescription product is a metered, atomizing nasal spray pump.

See also: Flonase: Avoid These Top 9 Mistakes

Votes: +0
Drugs.com free discount card

Further Information

Search for questions

Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does the drug Lokelma work?

Posted 19 Jun 2018 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com

How do you take Doptelet?

Posted 19 Jun 2018 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com

What is the difference between Yonsa and Zytiga?

Posted 19 Jun 2018 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com

Toujeo vs Lantus - What's the difference between them?

Posted 26 Jun 2018 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com

Toujeo vs Tresiba - What's the difference between them?

Posted 29 Jun 2018 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com