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Children’s FLONASE® Allergy Relief provides 24-hour relief from allergy symptoms such as:

Some children experience relief within 2 to 4 hours after use. Most children experience relief within
12 hours and maximum benefit within 3 to 4 days.

DOSING

Children Under 4 Years of Age

  • Should not use Children’s FLONASE®.

Children 4 to 11 Years of Age

  • An adult should supervise use.
  • Use 1 spray in each nostril once daily.
  • The growth rate of some children may be slower while using this product. Children should use for the shortest amount of time necessary to achieve symptom relief.
  • Talk to your child’s doctor if your child needs to use the spray for longer than 2 months a year.

WARNINGS

Children’s FLONASE® should only be sprayed in the nose. Don’t spray it in the eyes or mouth.

Serious side effects are rare with Children’s FLONASE® because it works in your nose and barely any of it travels through your body.

However, like all medicines, Children’s FLONASE® can cause side effects in some children. Below are some side effects that have been reported
with Children’s FLONASE®. If you have any concerns about side effects, talk with your child’s doctor.

Side Effects What Could Happen What to Do

Allergic reaction to the product

  • Sudden swelling of the face or tongue
  • A rash
  • Wheezing or feeling faint
If your child feels any of these symptoms, stop using Children’s FLONASE® and see your child’s
doctor right away.
Nose injury
  • Severe or frequent nosebleeds
Apply pressure to their nose. Stop using Children’s FLONASE®   and see your child’s doctor right away.
 
  • Constant whistling sound that does not go away
This could be a sign of damage to their nose. Stop using Children’s FLONASE® and your child's doctor right away.
Eye conditions such as cataracts or glaucoma
  • Cloudy vision
  • Reduced vision
Schedule a yearly eye exam for your child to check for these conditions. Read the Drug Facts on the back of the Children’s FLONASE® package for more details.
Growth effects
  • Slower growth rate in some children while using product
Talk to your child’s doctor if you are concerned or if your child is between 4 and 11 years of age and needs to use Children’s FLONASE® for longer than 2 months a year.
Other side effects
  • Headaches or sneezing
  • Bad taste or smell
  • Minor nosebleeds
  • Dry or irritated nose or throat
Talk to your child’s doctor or pharmacist if you
are concerned.

You should tell your child’s doctor about all of the medications your child takes including Children’s FLONASE®. Children’s FLONASE® can be used with
most non-prescription and prescription medicines.

However, there are a few medicines to look out for because they may cause the level of Children’s FLONASE® in your child’s body to become too high.
Just to be safe, check this table to see if your child is taking any of these medicines

  If Your Child Is Taking Here’s What to Do
  Medicines for HIV infection (such as ritonavir) Talk to your child’s doctor or pharmacist before using Children’s FLONASE®.
  Medicines with glucocorticoids including some medicines for skin rash such as eczema, asthma, inflammation, allergic reactions, or eye conditions Talk to your child’s doctor or pharmacist before using Children’s FLONASE®.
  Ketoconazole pills for fungal infection Talk to your child’s doctor or pharmacist before using Children’s FLONASE®.

The following children should not use Children’s FLONASE®, or should check with a healthcare professional first:

  If Your Child Here’s What to Do
  Is younger than 4 years of age Do not use Children’s FLONASE®.
  Has or had glaucoma or cataracts Talk to your child’s doctor before using Children’s FLONASE®.
  Has an injury or surgery to their nose that is not fully healed Do not use Children’s FLONASE®.
  Has ever had an allergic reaction to Children’s FLONASE® or any of its ingredients Do not use Children’s FLONASE®.
  Is taking medicine for HIV infection (such as ritonavir) Talk to your child’s doctor or pharmacist before using Children’s FLONASE®.
  Is taking ketoconazole pills (medicine for fungal infection) Talk to your child’s doctor or pharmacist before using Children’s FLONASE®.
  Is using a steroid medicine for asthma, allergies, skin rash, allergic reactions, inflammation, or eye conditions Talk to your child’s doctor or pharmacist before using Children’s FLONASE®.

WARNINGS

Children’s FLONASE® should only be sprayed in the nose. Don’t spray it in the eyes or mouth.

SIDE EFFECTS

USE WITH OTHER MEDICATIONS

WHO SHOULD NOT USE

Serious side effects are rare with Children’s FLONASE® because it works in your nose and barely any of it travels through your body.

However, like all medicines, Children’s FLONASE® can cause side effects in some children. Below are some side effects that have been reported with Children’s FLONASE®. If you have any concerns about side effects, talk with your child’s doctor.

Side Effects Allergic reaction to the product
What Could Happen
  • Sudden swelling of the face or tongue
  • A rash
  • Wheezing or feeling faint
What to Do If your child feels any of these symptoms, stop using Children’s FLONASE® and see your child’s doctor right away.
Side Effects Nose injury
What Could Happen
  • Severe or frequent nosebleeds
  • Constant whistling sound that does not go away
What to Do Apply pressure to their nose. Stop using Children’s FLONASE®   and see your child’s doctor right away.
This could be a sign of damage to their nose. Stop using Children’s FLONASE® and your doctor right away.
Side Effects Eye conditions such as cataracts or glaucoma
What Could Happen
  • Cloudy vision
  • Reduced vision
What to Do Schedule a yearly eye exam to check for these conditions. Read the Drug Facts on the back of the FLONASE® SENSIMIST™ package for more details.Schedule a yearly eye exam for your child to check for these conditions. Read the Drug Facts on the back of the Children’s FLONASE® package for more details.
Side Effects Growth effects
What Could Happen
  • Slower growth rate in some children while using product
What to Do Talk to your child’s doctor if you are concerned or if your child is between 4 and 11 years of age and needs to use Children’s FLONASE® for longer than 2 months a year.
Side Effects Other side effects
What Could Happen
  • Headaches or sneezing
  • Bad taste or smell
  • Minor nosebleeds
  • Dry or irritated nose or throat
What to Do Talk to your doctor or pharmacist if you are concerned.Talk to your child’s doctor or pharmacist if you are concerned.

You should tell your child’s doctor about all of the medications your child takes including Children’s FLONASE®. Children’s FLONASE® can be used with most non-prescription and prescription medicines.

However, there are a few medicines to look out for because they may cause the level of Children’s FLONASE® in your child’s body to become too high. Just to be safe, check this table to see if youyour child is’re taking any of these medicines.

If Your Child Is Taking Medicines for HIV infection (such as ritonavir)
Here’s What to Do Talk to your child’s doctor or pharmacist before using Children’s FLONASE®.
If Your Child Is Taking Medicines with glucocorticoids including some medicines for skin rash such as eczema, asthma, inflammation, allergic reactions, or eye conditions
Here’s What to Do Talk to your child’s doctor or pharmacist before using Children’s FLONASE®.
If Your Child Is Taking Ketoconazole pills for fungal infection
Here’s What to Do Talk to your child’s doctor or pharmacist before using Children’s FLONASE®.

The following children should not use Children’s FLONASE®, or should check with a healthcare professional first:

If Your Child Is younger than 4 years of age
Here’s What to Do Do not use Children’s FLONASE®.
If Your Child Has or had glaucoma or cataracts
Here’s What to Do Talk to your child’s doctor before using Children’s FLONASE®.
If Your Child Has an injury or surgery to their nose that is not fully healed
Here’s What to Do Do not use Children’s FLONASE®.
If Your Child Is taking medicine for HIV infection (such as ritonavir)
Here’s What to Do Talk to your child’s doctor or pharmacist before using Children’s FLONASE®.
If Your Child Is taking ketoconazole pills (medicine for fungal infection)
Here’s What to Do Talk to your child’s doctor or pharmacist before using Children’s FLONASE®.
If Your Child Is using a steroid medicine for asthma, allergies, skin rash, allergic reactions, inflammation, or eye conditions
Here’s What to Do Talk to your child’s doctor or pharmacist before using Children’s FLONASE®.

ALL ABOUT ALLERGIES

From living with allergies to knowing how to treat them, FLONASE® has the information you need to lead a life not limited by allergies.

ALL ABOUT ALLERGIES

From living with allergies to knowing how to treat them, FLONASE® has the information you need to lead a life not limited by allergies.