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Can Fluticasone Propionate Get You High
NO: It is a steroid and will not cause any euphoria or high feeling. However excessive dosage can cause a thinning of your septum, infections in the sinus or throat and get absorbed causing endocrine problems so stay in the recommended doses ...Read more
I've got rush on my face due to the new cosmetic. What can I use to get rid off it? I did take Benadryl (diphenhydramine) pill and used fluticasone propionate cream, 0.005%
If: If you feel the rash on your face is due to a new cosmetic, I would recommend that you stop the product and use otc Hydrocortisone cream. I would consider a visit to a dermatologist who can help make sure the rash is not due to other common facial rashes like seborrheic dermatitis, rosacea, and perioral/perinasal dermatitis. If you are truly allergic (as opposed to irritated) by the cosmetic, allergy patch testing can help determine the allergen responsible for your rash. ...Read more
Hi, I just started Buproprion about a week ago for depression and started Fluticasone Propionate nasal spray last night to get rid of post nasal drip. Today I feel like there is a pressure on the right side of my back behind the rib cage, is there anythin
Not expected: I don't believe the back problem is related to either medication. ...Read more
Very different: Nasal steroids such as fluticasone work best for nasal congestion and sinus inflammation, while antihistamines such as fexofenadine work better for itching and sneezing. Typically, if you're going to use only one medication, you'll do better with fluticasone than fexofenadine. ...Read more
Has potential: This is a corticosteroid which although given topically may be absorbed to varying extents and systemic side-effects of steroids are numerous, including adrenal insufficiency when stopped, diabetes, immunosuppression, osteoporosis, and others, but these are infrequent complications of this therapy. ...Read more
Yes: You can, but what preparation: inhaled / nasal? ...Read more
Are there any journal articles that compare fluticasone propionate and fexofenadine, with what results?
Yes: There are numerous articles comparing antihistamines to nasal steroid sprays. Results uniformly favor nasal steroid sprays for control of nasal allergy symptoms, particularly congestion. The sprays have to be used regularly to be maximally effective, however. ...Read more
Please tell me if there are any journal articles that compare monotherapy fluticasone propionate and fexofenadine?
This is what I found: Https://clinicaltrials. Gov/ct2/show/NCT00502775Get a more detailed answer ›
Reassurance: No, if dosage are appropriate for age and condition. ...Read more
Generally not: But you can never say never. If you think your sense of smell is diminished, first see your physician to make sure that your underlying allergies or chronic sinusitis haven't led to the development of nasal polyps despite the use of flonase. Then, you can try stopping it for a few days to see if your sense of smell returns. If so, ask your doctor to switch you to another steroid spray. ...Read more
Treat not cure: Nasal steroids can be a prescription drug used to treat and manage the symptoms of allergic rhinitis, but it does not cure it. A cure requires finding and addressing the cause, especially if it is truly from an allergic reaction to something. Common causes can be pet dander, plants, mold, environmental exposures, food (consider dairy for example), pregnancy. ...Read more
Fluticasone Propionate supposedly thins the mucus membrane if used too often. What is your thought on this?
I have fluticasone propionate 50 mcg that I use for allergies. Is it safe to use while experiencing the rebound effect? Didn't use it during my cold
What rebound effect?: What do you mean by rebound effect? ...Read more
Not clear: It is not listed as a contraindication to the medicine but recent research shows a dose related reduction in bone mineral density and dose related increases in fractures with inhaled steroids. You should talk with your doctor. If you take the nasal version for allergies, there are other alternatives. If you take it for asthma you should have a risk/benefit conversation with your doctor. ...Read more
For years: Nasal steroid sprays are very safe. As long as you don't develop complications like bleeding, long term daily use under the supervision of your doctor is safe. Be sure to aim the tip up and out on each side to avoid trauma to nasal septum. ...Read more
Wait a few minutes: Try to wait 10-15 minutes to allow absorption of the medication. ...Read more
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