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Nasacort has active ingredients of triamcinolone acetonide. It is often used in allergies. (latest outcomes from Nasacort 7,634 users)
Ovarian prolapse (falling of ovary from normal place) has been reported by people with multiple sclerosis (latest reports from 4 Ovarian prolapse patients).
On Oct, 27, 2016
No report is found.
I had been very happy with Alvesco for treating my asthma for several months. Then this week it dawned on me that the severe photophobia (sensitivity to bright light) I've been experiencing in the past 3 months might be a side effect of this medication. I went on line and found 10 people (all ...
I only took Nasacort for a few days and had rapid heart beat and an allergic reaction. I don't have any heart disease that I know of. I threw the nasacort away. I can't use somthing that affects me in such a bad way,
Hello, my name is Susan. Sometimes my blood pressure registers high. I'm 58 years old. I'm not overweight and I exercise and have been trying to follow the Dash diet. I've been using Nasacort Allergy 24 Hours medication every day for about two years for sinus congestion. It works well, but I'm ...
I am a 70 year old male and have only been using Nasacort for 10 days, but suspected it of causing leg and foot cramps every night for the last week and particularly, yesterday, when my left leg cramped up while driving.
My original post was 4months ago and my loss of smell and taste hasn't changed much. On occasion I can smell and taste some things but only momentarily. My primary MD. feels it's my BP medication, lisinopril, but after changing my Rx for 3 week now there's no difference. All tests,exams,MRI ...
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