I am prone to sinus infections, so my doc put me On Flonase nasal spray. I'm just a little concerned about using it indefinitely. Is it safe?
This question has also been asked and answered here: How long can you safely use Flonase for?
Hi, i just referenced an archived question on this subject, and it seems that you can use Flonase as long as you like/need... check out the link: https://www.drugs.com/answers/i-have-been-using-flonase-for-2-yrs-not-regularly-306455.html
My doctor and pulmonologist agree. There are different forms of this medication. However, they both recommend sterile water with salt packets and a netty pot or the bottle version to use first. It is the surest way to keep sinus healthy. It may seem odd but is very effective. And I get chronic sinus infections. Many are viral, by the way. My docs culture before I get an antibiotic.
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