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Could Advair be stunting my grandson's growth?

Advair (an inhaled medicine containing fluticasone and salmeterol) may cause children to grow more slowly than they would if they were not taking it. Talk to your grandson's parents and his doctor if you think he is not growing at a normal rate while taking Advair. Your grandson's doctor will monitor his growth carefully and can explain the risks and benefits of giving him this medicine.

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