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Is It Okay To Store My Flonase In A Place That Often Gets Very Warm
Store at 86 deg or <: The package insert for Flonase recommends that it be stored "between 4° and 30°c (39° and 86°f)." the medicine may break down faster if it gets warmer than that, especially if it happens for a long time or if it happens often. That means it won't be as effective when used. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it okay for my Flonase spray to hit my middle nose septum if it's red or swollen or is it just best to use a saline spray to help with that..
Ideally, no.: Please read the package insert provided with the medication. The spray should not be sprayed toward the midline, the anatomic location of the nasal septum. Spray should be directed in an outward direction (i.e. about 30 degrees from the midline OR toward the outer corner of the eye). This avoids spraying the medication on the septum. ...Read more
Im on claritin D and flonase, but getting little relief/sleep. Is it okay to also take either theraflu nightime sever cold and cough or nyquil coldflu?
I often wake with a sinus headache. I take Zyrtec before bed and use Flonase in the morning, but still get headaches at night sometimes, any suggestio?
Ear infection better but congestion is still there. Why does the congestion get better then gets worse? It's like a cycle everyday. On Sudaged/flonase
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