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User Reviews for Fluticasone

Also known as: Flonase, Flonase Allergy Relief, Flonase Sensimist, Ticanase, Veramyst

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Nasal Polyps 6 reviews 2 medications
   
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Rhinitis 59 reviews 131 medications
   
7.1
Allergic Rhinitis 51 reviews 883 medications
   
6.6
Summary of Fluticasone reviews 116 reviews 7.2

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Flonase (fluticasone) for Rhinitis: "Works well for me with regular use."

   
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Audiowombat June 17, 2017

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Flonase (fluticasone) for Allergic Rhinitis: "This product caused sinus infections. It never brought any relief for me. Nasonex works for me. It stops my nose from running uncontrollably while outside."

   
1.0

Clickclacker June 5, 2017

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Flonase (fluticasone) for Rhinitis: "Flonase is the only medication that effectively treats my allergies the best I have tried other medications and when my allergies are at their Peak at their worst I get terribly sick with a sinus infection upper respiratory bronchitis I get a lot of problems but with Flonase it clears all that right up and keeps me from getting sick"

   
10

Bjbarn (taken for 2 to 5 years) June 5, 2017

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For Allergic Rhinitis: "I've suffered with allergies for YEEEEEARS. Non-stop sneezing (at least 100 times in a row daily) and runny noses until my Dr prescribed me this heavenly medicine. I immediately felt amazing results and by day three my allergies were completely gone. I love you flonase!"

   
10

MIggy999 May 2, 2017

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Flonase Sensimist (fluticasone) for Allergic Rhinitis: "This worked great on my sinus problems, however, it caused such horrible back pain that I had to quit taking it."

   
3.0

Stuffy (taken for 1 to 6 months) April 26, 2017

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For Allergic Rhinitis: "This is the most useless stuff ever invented. I was prescribed and have used it on three separate occasions for seasonal nasal congestion. It does absolutely nothing. NOTHING! At the moment I have been using it for four days and my head feels more congested than on day one. Now my ears also feel full and I can't pop them. Once again, useless, worthless pharmaceutical ripoff."

   
1.0

MaceyD (taken for less than 1 month) April 17, 2017

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Flonase (fluticasone) for Allergic Rhinitis: "I took it for a little over a week. I thought it may need a week for it to set in. It didn't stop my allergies at all, in fact, it worsened shortly after use. I had light nausea and heavy migraines shortly after taking it every day. I stopped taking it cause it was ineffective and due to the side effects. I've had allergies for almost a year. I'm going to try something else (Alavert). Claritin, Allegra, Flonase, Equate, Zyrtec, Benadryl, and Nasonex have all failed me so far."

   
1.0

Sarafare April 5, 2017

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Flonase (fluticasone) for Allergic Rhinitis: "I have experienced outdoor/seasonal allergies all my life in fluctuating intensities. Sometimes I can can go without meds and then suddenly I'm so sneezy, itchy, watery, runny, and congested that I can hardly function. It's like a never-ending flu! So, I bought Flonase, fully aware that the relief wouldn't be instant. It took a day or 2 (literally) and I immediately had absolutely no congestion. I admit that I still sneeze and get a slight runny nose now and then but it was bearable compared to a Flonase-less reaction to pollen. The main con that I have a problem with is that I've been using Flonase for over a month and I have experienced absolutely no relief for my dry itchy (sometimes watery) eyes! Pros, my other symptoms are gone"

   
7.0

Potata J March 21, 2017

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Flonase (fluticasone) for Allergic Rhinitis: "I started using Flonase last year and it worked pretty well for me. After using it for a while I'd get nose bleeds and stop using it for a few days and start back. This year is different and seems to have little effect. I do not get 24 hours of relief. I'm lucky if I get 8."

   
5.0

Shebee60 March 11, 2017

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Flonase (fluticasone) for Allergic Rhinitis: "This has changed my life. I had really bad allergies and would get sinus infections at least once every 2 months and everytime I was on a plane. I discovered flonase while on a trip and was at the end of my rope having antibiotics constantly and I tried the flonase as a last resort for some relief. It wasn't instant but the change was amazing. Since taking flonase i haven't had a infection since and have travelled extensively without any issue. I have recommended to a friend who has horrible allergies and it has helped her almost completely ease her symptoms and even stopped her snoring. Might not be for everyone but with regular use it has worked wonders for me"

   
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Anonymous January 29, 2017

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For Allergic Rhinitis: "Fluticasone Nasal spray has been on my meds list for about 5 years. I used it religiously for about 2 years, thought it lame, stopped it for about a year, then my Primary MD sent me to an ENT, who put me back on it. I have again been using it regularly for about 2 years. I STILL believe that it is lame. It does NOT prevent my nose from constantly running. I go through a large box of tissue in less than a week! I maintain control of my allergens in my home (where I am most of the time), but even with that, the fluticasone still doesn't help."

   
4.0

IdaL. December 27, 2016

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For Rhinitis: "After 5 days I feel good. Thought I was going downhill. Never knew allergies could effect your well being like that. Thank you. I feel great again at 70 years old."

   
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Feel great December 27, 2016

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Flonase (fluticasone) for Allergic Rhinitis: "Flonase SUCKS. The first two days I used it, I thought it was the greatest thing ever invented because my horrible allergies finally seemed to clear up. I forgot to take it one day and woke up in the middle of the night with a stopped up nose, so I took Flonase again as soon as I woke up. It was VERY ineffective that time. I got horrible headaches, insanely itchy eyes, a sore throat, and my mouth and lips were constantly dry. It has been a week since I've vowed to never use Flonase again, and I STILL have the WORST smell in my nose and mouth from that stupid allergy "reliever". If you're wondering if you should hop in your car, make the trip out, and purchase Flonase, I will let you know right now that, that is the biggest mistake."

   
1.0

Maddison_12345678 December 15, 2016

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For Rhinitis: "For 3 years I've had a congested nose. I know I'm allergic to pollen, hay fever is pretty bad in the spring and summer but it settles down in the winter. Due to work I had to move to southern Arizona which made my allergies worse. My nose became so congested I would mouth breathe at night and wake up with a dry raw throat and tongue. Saline sprays blocked me up even more, antihistamines did nothing, I got rebound congestion from medicated nasal sprays. My nose bled from all the tissues and sprays I was using. Was put on Fluticasone and within 2 days I breathe relatively clear and can sleep at night again. Nose is not 100% cleared but I don't have to blow it anymore and the sneezing has stopped. It smells flowery which is pleasant."

   
9.0

CourtneyLK (taken for less than 1 month) December 3, 2016

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Flonase (fluticasone) for Allergic Rhinitis: "This is good stuff. I can breath!"

   
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Jon d (taken for less than 1 month) November 30, 2016

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Flonase (fluticasone) for Allergic Rhinitis: "I have used this product for 15 years. This product still relieves my Rhinitis symptoms."

   
9.0

Miss All Year Allergies November 21, 2016

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Flonase (fluticasone) for Allergic Rhinitis: "I have developed allergies (pollen?) in the last 2 years. Go figure, I'm in my 50s. My eyes get itchy and red and watery, and I scratch my eyelids and eyes so much. This irritates them and the eyelid gets raw. I finally tried Flonase from a doctor. I got jittery and anxious. After a few day, the roof of my mouth got raw and sore and painful. I did not rinse my mouth every time after use. Maybe I should have. It was destroying my skin on roof of mouth. I will never use Flonase again, I threw it away,"

   
1.0

Rainbow444333 November 4, 2016

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Flonase (fluticasone) for Rhinitis: "I had a cold that triggered some bad allergies. Constant sneezing, runny nose, one side of my nose constantly clogged, that awful itchy feeling in my nose that wouldn't go away. After my first dose of Flonase I didn't sneeze even once for the rest of the day! I am so pleased with the results. I'm on day 2 and have not had any noticeable side effects. In regards to another review that said that the 60 dose doesn't give you the full amount due to the "priming" sprays- in the little booklet that comes it, it says that they account for priming sprays in the dosage. So you aren't wasting any product by properly priming it."

   
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Dayna R October 26, 2016

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Flonase (fluticasone) for Allergic Rhinitis: "Was mildly effective for post-nasal drip. But will not take it again. CAUSES WEIGHT-GAIN!!!"

   
3.0

MaryInOrange (taken for less than 1 month) October 8, 2016

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For Rhinitis: "I was out on fluticasone for a severe cold with ear infection and thick head congestion that was quite persistent. The doctor felt giving it a go might get the nasal passages open a bit to help with sinus pressure and fluid behind my eardrum. After 10 days on it, my symptoms worsened, severe sore throat, white patches on my throat, bleeding nose, and tracheal spasms that put me into coughing fits so bad, I'd throw up and feel as though I would pass out from lack of air. I chose to stop it 3 days ago. After 2 days, my throat pain improved and i felt more myself. Day 3, the tracheal spasms, so far, seem to have ended. while the medicine helped with congestion overall, the side effects were too much for me and I couldn't continue"

   
5.0

449238 September 19, 2016

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For Rhinitis: "Flonase is the biggest waste of money I have seen in a while. Doesn't work period. Nose just as plugged and maybe more so, after squirting Flonase as before. High priced sewer water in a fancy squirt bottle. Afrin works like gangbusters. Just one squirt up each nostril and it works like dynamite, exploding congestion and opening nasal passages. Six might be greater than one but Afrin works and Flonase is a waste of time and money."

   
1.0

RobDTet September 3, 2016

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Flonase (fluticasone) for Allergic Rhinitis: "Used it for a few months, once every morning. Works great to stop the allergies throughout the day, I've definitely not had the debilitating problems that come through now and again as if I caught a cold, and this definitely stops that from happening. But the piercing headaches are bad after a few minutes, so I have to take ibuprofen to get through it. Then, I am OK through the day, mostly, I can function. But after a while, a couple months, my whole body started to feel numb. Can't feel my back, arms, legs, hands, feet, shoulders, and numb in a way that I am not able to perform athletically. If I get hurt, twist a wrist or pull a muscle I can feel those kinds of things, but for coordination, I felt detached, weak, awful, angry, annoyed."

   
3.0

Numbs, yes, but whole body too (taken for 1 to 6 months) August 22, 2016

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Flonase (fluticasone) for Allergic Rhinitis: "Every time I use Flonase it enhances my symptoms to a greater and almost debilitating level. My eyes become red, inflamed, and watery. My nose runs more. My throat becomes red and sore. I am not sure if I am allergic to an ingredient in the spray or not, but it does not provide any relief. Only makes the ones I have multiply."

   
1.0

Chelleymack (taken for less than 1 month) July 21, 2016

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Veramyst (fluticasone) for Allergic Rhinitis: "It works fine, but I still have some discomfort in my eyes and after 10 days of taking it I have develop a constant contraction in my right eye. I will stop using this product and use it occasionally."

   
8.0

Matiela May 3, 2016

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For Allergic Rhinitis: "I have severe seasonal allergies to pollen. I'd be on Claritin, and still sneezing every few minutes constantly, very congested. And my eyes would itch so badly, I'd always be tearing up or blinking continuously. Adding this provided major relief from the respiratory symptoms."

   
9.0

Anonymous (taken for 2 to 5 years) April 22, 2016

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