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Can I use fluticasone nasal spray to relieve stuffy nose due to a cold?

Posted 14 Aug 2011 by sarge9882 1 answer

I was initially prescribed it for a nasal infection.

Can Tacrolimus ointment 0.1% be applied on lip for treatment of discolored/whitish spots?

Posted 14 Jan 2014 by das61_monu 1 answer

I have two discoloured/whitish spots (about 4 mm diameter each) on my lower lip. I don't have white spots anywhere else on my body. A dermatologist has prescribed FLUTICASONE Ointment B.P. to be applied on the lip in the morning and TACROLIMUS Ointment 0.1% w/w (TACROZ FORTE) to be applied on ...

What is the difference between fluticasone and nasonex ?

Posted 10 Nov 2009 by bpeacock_62 1 answer

I was prescribed fluticasone in the spring when i returned to the Dr. this fall I was given Nasonex because my insurance would not cover the fluticasone...

Does high blood pressure side effect happen with all inhaled corticosteroids?

Posted 8 Aug 2010 by 123-456 2 answers

Hello, I have an allergic asthmatic reaction, just when Im practicing sports. I practice athletics specially 10 km races, I have been taking inhaled corticosteroids like, fluticasone, beclomethasone, budesonide, to prevent asthma, but after one or two doses, I get a high blood pressure condition, ...

Does fluticasone propionate make you gain weight?

Posted 20 Aug 2012 by TCTDAWGS1 2 answers

Has anyone taken Breo Ellipta 100/25 (fluticasone 100mcg and vilanterol 25mcg inhalation powder)?

Posted 1 Dec 2017 by Cheryl Gower 3 answers

I have moderate COPD. I mainly have the cough and mucus. My breathing seems fine. Have taken a lot of different inhalers, their side effects are horrible except my rescue inhaler ! Has anyone taken Breo?

I have been on prednisone for over 30 years, since age 16, for severe asthma. I usually am able to?

Posted 15 Jun 2014 by melaniez 3 answers

... get down to 20 mgs alternate days but am finding it harder now that i am in my late 40's. i take theophylline, ventolin, formoterol, omeprazole, flucticasone inhalers everyday, and do acupuncture regularly. are there any new drugs to help me so i don't have to keep on taking the ...

I took Levaquin for a week 7 years ago. Can I have side effects from it now?

Posted 26 Aug 2014 by graybeard64 4 answers

I took Levaquin over 7 years ago for a week treating a sinus infection. I have been using Fluticasone Proportinate since then twice a day. I just ruptured my achilles tendon walking up my stairs for no apparent reason. I'm a 64 year old man. Could this have been caused by the Levaquin? What ...

Veterinarian - Can I use fluticasone propionate nasal spray for my dog?

Posted 9 Dec 2014 by Bob Spear 2 answers

My female Boston Terrier sneezes very often; I believe she has allergies and sounds noisy when she sleeps.

I have severe COPD & I am on Spiriva, Ventolin & Fluticasone. Is is safe to add BREO ELLIPTA ?

Posted 13 Jun 2015 by charlett hobart 2 answers

I am 77 years old. With all the meds I am on my O2 still drops to 85 when I get up and move. I recently threw out ADVAIR 100/50 having been on it for 20 years and developed an allergic reaction to it with paradoxical bronchospasms and painful digestive motility disorders. Can anyone advise me of ...

Why would my doctor prescribe Fluticasone inhaler for a sinus infection?

Posted 12 Aug 2011 by marblemom 2 answers

Diagnosis: Sinus infection. My left sinus was causing that entire side of my face to swell. She also prescribed Batrim which made sense to me. I tried the inhaler twice and saw no improvement to my swelling. I do not have asthma. I have developed a "hives" type rash on both forearms.

Does Fluticasone have a steroid in it?

Posted 23 Apr 2010 by moonglow 1 answer

I have recently started taking Advair 500 discus: I perceive that I am getting to be more irritable?

Posted 2 Apr 2017 by Trusha 1 answer

Irritability is known to be one of the less frequent side effects of Advair. It must be the Salmeterol that causes it because I take Fluticasone in Breo Ellipta 100 and the same level of irritability was not present. However the vilanterol in Breo causes terrible hoarseness. Both work well on my ...

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