When Is The Best Time To Take Flonase


Side effects of flonase can include:

an itchy rash, hives or a skin reaction. This may happen during the first few days you take flonase and usually goes away within a week. If you think this might be happening to you, don’t use it any longer and talk with your doctor or pharmacist immediately if your symptoms get worse or last more than 10 days.

Some people have had an allergic reaction to Fluticasone propionate (the active ingredient in Flonase) including shortness of breath, swelling of the face, lips, tongue or throat that may cause difficulty in breathing or swallowing. Stop using Fluticasone propionate and call your doctor at once if these symptoms occur after starting treatment with Fluticasone propionate.

Other side effects are also possible including feeling dizzy; confusion; headache; dry mouth; nausea (feeling sick); stomach pain/cramps/bloating; tiredness (low energy); upset stomach; vomiting; trouble sleeping (insomnia). Tell your doctor as soon as possible if any of these conditions start occurring while taking the tablets for asthma control – they could be signs of serious underlying conditions like depression , low blood sugar , thyroid problems etc which need medical attention right away .