Order Flonase spray online
Generic name: Fluticasone propionate
The form of issue: Nasal spray
The active component is Flonase
Flonase spray is used for the treatment of rhinitis, allergies, symptoms of seasonal and perennial allergic and non-allergic rhinitis in adults and children from 4 and older.
Flonase spray is administered nasally 50 mg in each nostril in the beginning of the treatment, in the morning and in the evening, after a few days - once a day; for children from 4 years old - only once per day.
The maximum daily dose for the patient should not exceed 200 mcg/day.
Anti-inflammatory effect is due to the interaction of the drug with the receptors of the SCS. Flonase spray inhibits proliferation of mast cells, eosinophils, lymphocytes, macrophages, neutrophils, reduces the production and release of inflammatory mediators and other biologically active substances (including histamine, prostaglandins, leukotrienes, and cytokines) during the allergic reaction early and late phase.
Anti-allergic effect is manifested through 2-4 minutes after the first application. Flonase spray relieves itchy nose, eliminates sneezing, rhinitis, nasal congestion, and discomfort in the paranasal sinuses and the sensation of pressure around the nose and eyes, facilitates eye symptoms associated with allergic rhinitis.
Pregnancy and lactation:
It is not recommended to take the drug during pregnancy. If necessary, you should take into account expected benefits of therapy for the mother and the potential risk to the fetus.
It is unlikely that fluticasone propionate penetrates into the breast milk. However, at the time of the drug application it is recommended to stop breastfeeding.
Indications to the drug using are prevention and treatment of seasonal and year-round allergic rhinitis.
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