Provides effective relief from all the major symptoms of airborne allergies, including hayfever. Used once a day, Flixonase effectively treats perennial allergy and seasonal allergy (hayfever) symptoms including sneezing, nasal congestion, runny and itchy nose and irritated eyes.
Flixonase treats inflamed tissue in the nose and works by reducing swelling inside your nose. This makes breathing easier. UPC_400600822438⁞
Flixonase is used for the short-term (3 to 6 months) prevention and treatment of airborne allergies including hayfever. Do not use Flixonase for more than six months, except on medical advice.
Dose: Adults and children over 12 years. Shake gently before use and spray two doses into each nostril once a day, preferably in the morning.
Maximum benefit from Flixonase may not be experienced within the first few days of use. It is important to continue daily use it may take a few days to experience maximum relief.
Do not exceed recommended daily dose.
Fluticasone propionate 50mcg ⁞
You must tell your doctor or pharmacist if:
•You have an infection in your nose or sinuses
•You have had nasal surgery
•You have been treated with steroid injections, taken steroid tablets, used steroid asthma or nasal inhalers and eye/nose drops
•You are allergic to foods, dyes, preservatives or any other medicine
Do Not Use
•If you are allergic to fluticasone propionate or any ingredients listed on the leaflet
• If you are pregnant or breast feeding, unless under medical supervision
Medicines have benefits and some may have risks. Always read the label carefully and use strictly as directed. If symptoms persist or side effects develop, consult your doctor/pharmacist/health care professional.
Commonly Reported Adverse Reactions/Side Effects
• Sneezing, irritation or dryness in the nose or throat, bad taste or smell, nose bleed, skin rash, swelling of the face or tongue
•In some cases, possible adverse effects may include hypersensitivity reactions to ingredients in this product
If any of these side effects persist, or are troublesome, see your doctor or pharmacist.