Nasacort AQ may be safely administered for long-term use. However, while using the medication you will need to have regular doctor checkups to ensure it is having no adverse effects. Adverse effects include thinning of the skin and skin that bruises easily. Additionally, the body fat in your face, neck, back, or waist may shift or change shape. You may also experience acne or unwanted facial hair. Lack of interest in sex or impotence can also be the result of long-term steroid use.
- Q What should I avoid while using Nasacort AQ?
- Q Is Nasacort AQ safe for pregnant or breast-feeding women to use?
- Q What happens if I miss a dose of Nasacort AQ?
- Q How should I use Nasacort AQ?
- Q Who should not use Nasacort AQ (triamcinolone acetonide)?
- Q Are there any risks in using Nasacort AQ (triamcinolone acetonide)?