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What should I know about fluticasone nasal?

If you are thinking about using fluticasone nasal, discuss with your doctor any allergies you have experienced, especially to fluticasone products. Also, mention if you have experienced severe liver disease, nose surgery or injury to the nose, infectious measles, glaucoma, cataracts, chicken pox, herpes simplex infection of the eye, tuberculosis or sores in the nose.

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