Flonase: 36,671 reports
Active ingredients: fluticasone propionate
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- Allergies - reported by 311 people
- Allergic rhinitis - reported by 93 people
- Allergic sinusitis - reported by 79 people
- Sinusitis - reported by 48 people
- Sinus congestion - reported by 36 people
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