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Childrens flonase

Generic name: fluticasone nasal [floo-tik-a-sone]
Brand names include: children’s flonase flonase allergy relief flonase sensimist, good sense allergy relief (fluticasone), good sense children’s allergy relief, xhance
Drug class: nasal steroids

What is Childrens flonase?

Children's flonase is a steroid medication that is used for nasal congested sneezing and runny or itchy eyes due to seasonal or all-year-round allergies.Children's flonase xhance is only for adults. Veramyst can be used on children as young as 2 years of age. Flonase can be used by adults and children over the age of 4.Children's flonase can be used in other ways not mentioned in this guide.

Side effects of Childrens flonase

If you experience any of the following symptoms of an allergic reaction, seek immediate medical attention: hives or rash, feeling lightheaded, difficulty breathing, swelling of your lips, face, tongue, throat, etc.

Children's flonase may cause serious side effects. If you experience:

  • Nosebleeds that are severe or persistent
  • Noises in your breathing, runny nasal discharge, or crust around the nostrils
  • Redness, sores, or white patches on your tongue or throat
  • Fever, chills, and body aches
  • Blurred vision, eye pain, or seeing halos around light
  • Any wound that does not heal
  • Signs of hormonal disorders include nausea, vomiting, increasing tiredness, or muscle weakness.

Steroids can have an impact on the growth of children. If your child's growth isn't normal while taking this medication, tell your doctor.

Some of the common side effects associated with children's flonase include:

  • Minor nosebleeds, burning, or itching your nose
  • Sores or white patches on your nose or inside it
  • Coughing and difficulty breathing
  • Headache, back pain;
  • If you have a fever or a sore throat, or if you suffer from sinus pain;
  • Nausea, vomiting.

There may be other side effects. Call your physician if experiencing side effects; to report such instances call the fda directly at 1-800-fda-1088.


Please read all the instructions on the label or package of your medication. Inform your healthcare provider about your medical conditions, your allergies, and the medicines you are using.

Before you take this drug

If you have an allergy to children's flonase, then it is best not to use this product.Fluticasone may weaken your immunity, increasing the likelihood of you contracting infection. It can also worsen an infection that you have already contracted or had recently. Tell your doctor if you've had an illness or infection in the last few weeks.

Inform your physician of any of the following issues:

  • Sores or ulcers on the inside of your nose
  • You may need surgery or a nose injury.
  • Glaucoma, or cataracts
  • Liver disease
  • Diabetes;
  • A weak immune system
  • An infection of any sort - be it bacterial, viral, fungal, or parasitic.

Ask your doctor or pharmacist whether children's flonase will be safe for you if you are using it without a prescription.Inform your physician immediately if you become pregnant or breastfeeding, regardless of any gestational complications or breastfeeding difficulties.

How to take Childrens flonase?

Read all instructions or guides that come with your medication and follow all directions. Follow the directions on the label.If the same symptoms apply to multiple people, no sharing should take place.Fluticasone strength or brand may affect your dose. Your dose can also change if your symptoms improve. Dosing instructions should be followed very closely.An adult should supervise a child who uses the nasal spray.Please read and strictly abide by all instructions that accompany your medication. If you don't understand the instructions, ask your doctor or pharmacist.Shake the nasal spray before every use.You should not suddenly stop taking fluticasone if you have been using another steroid medication. You should follow your doctor's advice about reducing your dose.Your symptoms may not improve for several days. Continue to take the medication according to instructions, and inform your doctor if you do not see improvement after one week.Children's flonase should be stored upright at room temperature, away from heat and moisture. After using 120 sprays of the spray, throw away the bottle, even if the medicine is still in it.

What happens if i miss the dose?

If it is almost time for your next dose, skip any that might have been missed. Never take two doses of the same medicine at once.

What happens if i overdose?

Call 1-800-222-1222 if you suspect poison or seek immediate medical advice.A children's flonase overdose is unlikely to cause life-threatening symptoms. The long-term use of steroids can cause glaucoma and cataracts. It may also lead to increased acne, facial hair, or changes in body weight (especially on the face, neck, waist, back, or shoulders).

What should be avoided?

Avoid spraying the spray into your eyes or mouth. If you do get the spray in your eyes or mouth, rinse it out with water.Avoid being around people who are sick. If you have been exposed to measles or chickenpox, call your doctor immediately for treatment. Children's flonase users can suffer from serious conditions or even die.

Interaction with other drug

Tell your doctor all of your other medications, including:

  • Antifungal medicine;
  • Antiviral medication to treat hepatitis c or hiv/aids.

This list is incomplete. Children's flonase may be affected by other drugs, such as prescription and over-the-counter medicines and vitamin and herb products. This list does not include all possible drug interactions.