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flonase sensimist allergy relief nasal spray packaging and drug facts

FLONASE PRODUCT SIDE EFFECTS.

Congratulations! You’re one step closer to achieving more complete allergy relief* from your allergy symptoms. Whether you’re just getting started with FLONASE products, or you’ve tried them before, below are a few quick how-to steps to follow that will ensure you achieve the allergy relief you need to be greater than your allergies.

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FLONASE SENSIMIST Allergy Relief

 

FLONASE SENSIMIST is meant to work in your nose. Never use in your eyes or mouth.

  • If you or your child have an allergic reaction to the product, with sudden swelling of the face or tongue, a rash, wheezing, or feeling faint, stop using FLONASE SENSIMIST and see a doctor right away.
  • If you experience a nose injury with severe or frequent nosebleeds, apply pressure to your nose. Stop using FLONASE SENSIMIST and see a doctor.
  • If you experience a constant whistling sound that does not go away, this could be a sign of damage to your nose. Stop using FLONASE SENSIMIST and see a doctor right away.
  • If you or your child experiences cloudy or reduced vision, it could be the result of eye conditions such as cataracts or glaucoma. Be sure to schedule a yearly eye exam to check for these conditions.
  • If administering to your child, talk to their pediatrician if you are concerned they may experience certain growth effects, such as a slower growth rate as a result of taking FLONASE SENSIMIST. Also, speak to your child's pediatrician if your child is between the ages of 2 and 11 and needs to use FLONASE SENSIMIST for longer than 2 months a year.
  • If you are concerned that you or your child are experiencing other side effects such as headaches or sneezing, bad taste or smell, minor nosebleeds, or a dry or irritated nose or throat, talk to your doctor or pharmacist.

Finally, please read the Drug Facts on the back of the FLONASE SENSIMIST package to be aware of any additional information that may be helpful to you. If you have any concerns about side effects, talk to your doctor.

Use as directed. Please see specific products for full labeling information.

FLONASE Allergy Relief

 

FLONASE Allergy Relief is meant to work in your nose. Never use in your eyes or mouth.

  • If you or your child have an allergic reaction to this product, with sudden swelling of the face or tongue, a rash, wheezing, or feeling faint, stop using FLONASE Allergy Relief and see a doctor right away.
  • If you or your child experiences a nose injury with severe or frequent nosebleeds, apply pressure to your or your child's nose. Stop using FLONASE Allergy Relief and see a doctor right away.
  • If you or your child experiences a constant whistling sound that does not go away, this could be a sign of damage to your or your child's nose. Stop using FLONASE Allergy Relief and see a doctor right away.
  • If you or your child experiences cloudy or reduced vision, it could be the result of eye conditions such as cataracts or glaucoma. Be sure to schedule a yearly eye exam to check for these conditions.
  • If administering to your child, talk to their pediatrician if you are concerned they may experience certain growth effects, such as a slower growth rate, as a result of using FLONASE Allergy Relief. Also, speak to your child's pediatrician if your child is between the ages of 4 and 11 and needs to use FLONASE Allergy Relief for longer than 2 months a year.
  • Talk to your doctor or pharmacist if you or your child experiences other side effects such as headaches or sneezing, a bad taste or smell, minor nosebleeds, or a dry or irritated nose or throat.

Finally, please read the Drug Facts on the back of the FLONASE Allergy Relief package to be aware of any additional information that may be helpful to you. If you have any concerns about side effects, talk to your doctor.

Use as directed. Please see specific products for full labeling information.

Children’s FLONASE SENSIMIST Allergy Relief

 

Children’s FLONASE SENSIMIST is meant to work in your child's nose. Never use in your child's eyes or mouth.

  • If your child has an allergic reaction to this product, with sudden swelling of the face or tongue, a rash, wheezing, or feeling faint, stop using Children’s FLONASE SENSIMIST and see your child's pediatrician right away.
  • If your child experiences a nose injury with severe or frequent nosebleeds, apply pressure to their nose. Stop using Children’s FLONASE SENSIMIST and see your child’s pediatrician right away.
  • If your child experiences a constant whistling sound that does not go away, this could be a sign of damage to their nose. Stop using Children’s FLONASE SENSIMIST and see your child’s pediatrician right away.
  • If your child experiences cloudy or reduced vision, it could be the result of eye conditions such as cataracts or glaucoma. Be sure to schedule a yearly eye exam to check for these conditions.
  • If administering to your child, or supervising their use, talk to their pediatrician if you are concerned they may experience certain growth effects, such as a slower growth rate, as a result of taking Children’s FLONASE SENSIMIST. Also, speak to your child's pediatrician if your child is between the ages of 2 and 11 and needs to use Children’s FLONASE SENSIMIST for longer than 2 months a year.
  • If you are concerned that your child is experiencing other side effects such as headaches or sneezing, bad taste or smell, minor nosebleeds, or a dry or irritated nose or throat, talk to your child’s pediatrician or pharmacist.

Finally, please read the Drug Facts on the back of the Children’s FLONASE SENSIMIST package to be aware of any additional information that may be helpful to you and your child. If you have any concerns about side effects, talk to your child's pediatrician.

Use as directed. Please see specific products for full labeling information.

Children’s FLONASE Allergy Relief

 

Children’s FLONASE is meant to work in your child's nose. Never use in your child's eyes or mouth.

  • If your child has an allergic reaction to this product, with sudden swelling of the face or tongue, a rash, wheezing, or feeling faint, stop using Children’s FLONASE and see your child's pediatrician right away.
  • If your child experiences a nose injury with severe or frequent nosebleeds, apply pressure to their nose. Stop using Children’s FLONASE, and see your child's pediatrician right away.
  • If your child experiences a constant whistling sound that does not go away, this could be a sign of damage to their nose. Stop using Children’s FLONASE and see your child's pediatrician right away.
  • If your child experiences cloudy or reduced vision, it could be the result of eye conditions such as cataracts or glaucoma. Be sure to schedule a yearly eye exam to check for these conditions.
  • If administering to your child, talk to their pediatrician if you are concerned they may experience certain growth effects, such as a slower growth rate, as a result of using Children’s FLONASE. Also, speak to your child's pediatrician if your child is between the ages of 4 and 11 and needs to use Children’s FLONASE for longer than 2 months a year.
  • If you are concerned that your child is experiencing other side effects such as headaches or sneezing, bad taste or smell, minor nosebleeds, or a dry or irritated nose or throat, talk to see your child's pediatrician or pharmacist.

Finally, please read the Drug Facts on the back of the Children’s FLONASE package to be aware of any additional information that may be helpful to you and your child. If you have any concerns about side effects, talk to your child's pediatrician.

Use as directed. Please see specific products for full labeling information.