What should I know about fluticasone topical?

Here are some important facts to remember about fluticasone topical:
  • Even though you apply it only to your skin, it can get into your bloodstream. For this reason, it can cause side effects such as fatigue or blurred vision.
  • Do not cover or bandage the area where you have applied it.
  • Report to your doctor any allergies you have, especially to fluticasone or to formaldehyde.
  • Be careful not to get any in your eyes. Talk to a doctor before applying it to sensitive areas, such as the arm pits, groin or diaper areas.

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