However, let your doctor know if they continue or get worse. It should not be administered to infants younger than one year old. Before using this medication, pregnant women and nursing mothers should consult their doctors. Temporary and typically transient, these side effects disappear over time. Applying the medication may result in redness, swelling, irritation, itching, or a burning sensation.
Patients with a known allergy to fluticasone, any other corticosteroids, or any other inactive ingredients present with this medication shouldn't use it.
Depending on the patient's clinical condition, appropriate corrective actions, dose adjustments, or replacement with a suitable alternative may be necessary. Long-term systemic users of this medication should be checked for candida infection and any other indications of side effects on the nasal and oral mucosa. Depending on the clinical condition, replacement with an appropriate alternative might be required in some circumstances. Report any such symptoms to the doctor immediately. To lessen the likelihood of such side effects, the dose should be increased until it reaches the lowest effective dose. Since this medication may delay healing and make the patient's condition worse, it is not advised to use the nasal spray form of this medication in patients who have recently had nasal trauma, nasal septal ulcers, nasal surgery, etc. until full healing has taken place. Children who take this medication should therefore have their growth metrics closely watched. Some patients may experience other visual disturbances or blurred vision as a result of this medication. Some children who take this medication may experience growth retardation. For some patients, this medication may result in bleeding from the nose and nasal ulcers.