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What are the side effects of fluticasone inhalation?

Fluticasone inhalation can cause allergic reactions. Call 911 if you are taking fluticasone inhalation and you experience reactions, such as hives, difficulty breathing or swelling of your face, lips, tongue or throat.   Call your doctor right away if you experience such serious side effects as worsening asthma; infection signs such as fever, chills, flu symptoms, ear pain or sore throat; see halos around lights; have eye pain or blurred vision, muscle weakness, pain, numbness, severe tingling, bruising, skin rash, lightheadedness, vomiting, nausea or fatigue.  Make an appointment to talk to your doctor if you experience less serious side effects, such as hoarseness or deeper voice; a cough, sinus pain or stuffy nose; sores or white patches inside your mouth or on your lips; dryness in your mouth, nose or throat; or headaches. Long-term use can lead to bone loss.

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