Can I take fluticasone propionate nasal spray and Benadryl (diphenhydramine) together?

Yes. Fluticasone is a nasal steroid spray while Benadryl (diphenhydramine) is a traditional antihistamine. There is no drug interactions to worry about. For allergy treatment, consider a new generation antihistamine such as claritin, zyrtec or Allegra as they have less side effects than benadryl (diphenhydramine).

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Can I use fluticasone propionate nasal spray, fexofenadine hydrochloride & diphenhydramine hydrochloride at the same time?

Yes, but. The combination treatment of a topical nasal steroid spray such as fluticasone and a new generation antihistamine such as fexofenadine is a great combination. The use of old antihistamines such as Diphenhydramine (benadryl) is usually not necessary and carries more side effects. If symptoms are not controlled on this regimen seek advice from an allergist for a better plan. Read more...

I'm taking terbinafine HCl 250 mg tablet once a day, can I also take fluticasone propionate nasal spray 40 mcg for my flu? Will it be bad together?

Allergies. These medications are not for the flu, but for allergies. Fluticasone is very effective at diminishing the nasal and sinus inflammation. Read more...
No problem. Topical spray rarely if ever has drug interaction issues. However, as pointed out elsewhere, fluticasone for nasal allergies and not for flu. If your symptoms have responded to fluticasone , then what you have is allergic rhinitis. Caution should be exercised with drugs which are metabolized through the liver when taking terbinafine. Read more...

I have taken 10mg loratadine and a fluticasone propionate nasal spray. In the same day can I take Atarax for help sleeping?

Mixing meds. There should be no issues taking Atarax (hydroxyzine) along with Loratidine (Claritin) and fluticasone (nasonex). The Loratidine is a non sedating anti histamine where as the atarax is a sedating one - that has been used off label for sleep. No issues - and if any should arise stop the Atarax. Read more...