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What if someone takes too much fluticasone topical?

If you apply too much fluticasone, you may increase your risk of side effects. If you experience muscle weakness, fatigue, problems sleeping, blurred vision, halos around lights, mood changes, weight gain or swelling in the face, call a doctor right away. Also call a doctor if you experience allergic symptoms such as hives, difficulty breathing or swelling of the lips, tongue or throat.
Make an appointment to talk to your doctor if you experience changes in skin color, irritation around your mouth, a persistent headache, swollen hair follicles, stretch marks or itching, burning, peeling, dryness, thinning or softening of your skin.

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