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Flovent (fluticasone) is prescribed to control asthma symptoms. It works by reducing airway inflammation to make it easier to breathe. Flovent (fluticasone) is classified as a corticosteroid. Flovent must be consistently used to work. It will not work immediately and is not to be used to relieve sudden asthma attacks.
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Consult the informational leaflet that is included with this medication before you start using fluticasone and whenever you get a refill. Read the instructions on how to use the inhaler correctly. If you’re using the inhaler for the first time, if you have dropped your inhaler, or if you haven’t used it in over a week follow the priming instructions. Spray the inhaler away from your face when priming it so you don’t get medication in your eyes. The inhaler should be shaken for 5 seconds before use. Inhale this medication as directed by your doctor, usually twice a day by mouth.
Talk with your pharmacist or doctor if you have difficulty using this inhaler, small children may get better results with a face mask and spacer device. If you are prescribed two puffs wait half a minute between inhalations and shake the inhaler between puffs. If you use other inhalers as well wait 1 minute at least between each use of the medication and use this one last.
To prevent yeast infection and irritation rinse your mouth and gargle with water, do not swallow this water. To get the most benefit from this medication use it regularly, it works best if used at evenly spaced intervals and use it at the same time each day. Do not change the frequency or dose of this medication without speaking with your doctor. Do not stop any medications you use without consulting your doctor. If you stop Flovent suddenly you may experience withdrawal symptoms and some conditions can become worse if you suddenly stop the medication.
Your doctor may have you slowly lower the dose of your previous medication to prevent withdrawal symptoms, report any withdrawal symptoms to your doctor right away. Clean the Flovent inhaler as directed regularly. Keep track of how many inhalations you’ve used and discard the inhaler after using the number of inhalations indicated on the package. It can take 2 weeks before the medication takes full effect.
If your condition worsens or does not improve talk to your doctor. Learn which inhalers you should use for an asthma attack and which are for daily usage. Ask your doctor what to do if you experience new or worsening shortness of breath, increased sputum, wheezing, cough, waking up with trouble breathing, if you use your rescue inhaler more than 2 days per week or if it doesn’t work well, or worsening peak flow meter readings. Learn when to treat sudden breathing problems on your own and when to seek medical attention.
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