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What are the side effects of beclomethasone HFA?

While using beclomethasone HFA, you may develop:
  • irritation of your nose, sinus pain or a stuffy nose
  • headaches or a sore throat or cough
  • sores or white patches around your mouth or on your lips
  • dryness in your mouth, nose or throat
  • a deeper or hoarse voice
If these side effects don't go away or get worse, call your doctor. Call your doctor right away if you experience:

  • fainting or severe dizzy spells
  • suddenly losing weight for no apparent reason
  • feeling unusually weak
  • vomiting
  • patches of white, curd-like material in your mouth
  • wheezing or trouble breathing after using the medication
  • asthma symptoms that are getting worse

Call your doctor if you experience signs of an allergic reaction such as hives or an itchy rash. Call 911 for difficulty breathing or swelling of your mouth, throat, lips or tongue.

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