Have you ever taken Flonase for your allergies?
27 Feb 09
Nope and never take it before. But, using "Flonase Nasal Spray" produces many side effects and allergic reactions like skin rash, itching or hives, swelling of the face, lips, or tongue, changes in vision, flu-like symptoms, and white patches or sores in the mouth or nose.
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27 Feb 09
I have used it in the past and it didn't work. Is Flonase a nasal spray or pill? I can't remember it was so long ago. I do better using Nasonex if I need a nasal spray and Allegra-D if I am bothered with allergies. I had all kinds of problems for years and my dr. finally decided I was allergic to the cat. The cat is now gone and I don't have any problems. She got sick fast and we had to have her put to sleep. I was so sad but have noticed a big difference in my nose and coughing.
28 Feb 09
Hi moneymommy, yes I've tried using Flonase that's when my allergic rhinitis attacks me and I can't breath. I just used it when I can't sleep at night because of clogged nose. It's effective and easy to used. But sad to say the Flonase I am using it's already expired so I need to purchase a new one. It just I seldom used the Flonase, I just used it as needed.