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I have some rhinocort from like 06/2017, is it still safe to use? I know its not "recommended", but can I still use it and will it help my allergies?
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Dr. Michael Zacharisen answered
32 years experience in Allergy and Immunology
Mild typically: Like any nasal cortisone spray, nose bleeds are the most common side effect but these can be limited by proper nasal spray technique. Also, run-off d ... Read More
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