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Fluticasone propionate is used as a nasal spray, cream or ointment to treat allergies, skin conditions and asthma. The generic fluticasone propionate price is much lower than the price of its brand-name counterparts. The cost of nasal sprays and inhalers can add up over time. Use our free coupons to get a discount of up to 77% off the fluticasone propionate retail price at your local pharmacy. Our coupons can be printed or received via e-mail or mobile phone. Claim your free coupon now or keep reading about this medication below.

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About Fluticasone Propionate

What is fluticasone propionate?

Fluticasone propionate is a corticosteroid used to treat allergies and asthma. Fluticasone propionate nasal spray treats allergies by stopping inflammation and blocking histamines that cause allergic reactions. The fluticasone propionate inhaler is used to prevent asthma attacks and works by reducing inflammation in bronchial passages. Fluticasone propionate may also come as a cream or ointment used to treat various skin conditions due it its anti-inflammatory properties. It also relieves dryness, itching and redness.

How do I take fluticasone propionate?

If using the fluticasone propionate nasal spray, the bottle should be shaken before each use. If using the bottle for the first time, point the nozzle away from you and press the pump six times. Then, hold one nostril closed with your finger, insert the nozzle into the other nostril, and spray one dose into your nostril while inhaling. Exhale through your mouth. Repeat if more than one dose was prescribed by your doctor. If you haven’t used the spray in a week or longer, the solution may have settled to the bottom. Shake the bottle and point the nozzle away from you. Press the pump until a full spray comes out of the bottle. Then use as normal. Wipe the applicator and replace the cap after each use.

To use fluticasone propionate cream or ointment, clean and dry the affected area. Then apply a thin layer of the cream or ointment and rub it in until it disappears. Wash hands after applying the medication. Apply the medication at regular intervals as prescribed by your doctor.

To use the fluticasone propionate inhaler prime the inhaler according to the directions. For best results, the canister should be at room temperature before use. Make sure that the canister is properly placed in the inhaler unit. Shake well before using. Breathe out slowly and completely. Then place the mouthpiece between your lips and try to rest your tongue flat. As you start to take a slow deep breath, press the canister and mouthpiece together at exactly the same time. Continue breathing in slowly and deeply and hold for as long as comfortable, then breathe out slowly through pursed lips or your nose. If more than one spray is prescribed, wait a few minutes and repeat. After inhaling, rinse your mouth with water without swallowing.

What if I forget to take a dose of fluticasone propionate?

If you miss a dose of fluticasone propionate, take it as soon as you remember. If it is almost time for your next dose, skip the missed dose and continue on your regular schedule. Do not use a double dose to make up for a missed one.

What happens if I overdose on fluticasone propionate?

Using fluticasone propionate excessively or for an extended period of time can result in the following symptoms: enlarged face and neck, new or worsening acne, bruising easily, extreme fatigue, muscle weakness, irregular menstrual periods, loss of appetite, weight loss, irritability, depression, fainting or dizziness, and darkening skin. If overdose is suspected, contact the Poison Control Center at 1-800-222-1222.

Before taking fluticasone propionate, tell your doctor if:

  • You are allergic to fluticasone, corticosteroids or any other drugs.

  • You are taking prescription and nonprescription drugs, especially skin products containing hydrocortisone and vitamins.

  • You have infections of the respiratory tract, untreated fungal or bacterial infections, parasitic or viral infections, measles, chickenpox, herpes simplex in or around the eye, or recently received a vaccination.

  • You have glaucoma or cataracts.

  • You have any other illnesses, active infections, or allergies.

  • You are pregnant, plan to become pregnant, or are breast-feeding.

  • You have large areas of burned or damaged skin. (Applies if using fluticasone propionate ointment or cream.)

  • You have poor circulation.

  • You have thinning or wasting skin.

What are the possible side effects of taking fluticasone propionate?

Side effects from taking fluticasone propionate include dry mouth or nasal passages, nose bleed, bloody mucus, burning or irritation, headache, nausea, stomach pain, hoarseness, sore throat, allergic reaction, and painful white patches in the mouth, nose or throat. These are not all the possible side effects from taking fluticasone propionate. If side effects are serious, call your doctor immediately.

How do I store fluticasone propionate?

Store fluticasone propionate cream, ointment and nasal spray in their original containers in a cool, dry place around room temperature. Throw away any expired medication.

Store the inhaled medication between 36 and 86 degrees F (2 and 30 degrees C). Protect from freezing. Store the canister with mouthpiece down, and keep away from heat and direct sunlight. Do not puncture, break, or burn the canister even if it appears to be empty. Contents are under pressure. Keep this medicine out of the reach of children and away from pets.


Fluticasone propionate is not to be used to treat emergency asthma attacks. This medication is for the prevention of attacks. Avoid spraying in the eyes and try not to swallow this medication.

Brand Names

Fluticasone propionate nasal spray-Flonase®

Fluticasone propionate cream or ointment-Cutivate®

Fluticasone propionate asthma medication-Flovent®

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