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Fluticasone Propionate

Flixonase is a medication for allergies which affect the nasal passages, otherwise known as rhinitis. It is made by GlaxoSmithKline.

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Flixonase is a medication for allergies which affect the nasal passages, otherwise known as rhinitis. It is made by GlaxoSmithKline.

It doesn’t have to be difficult getting prescription medication for allergic rhinitis online. Take a few minutes to fill in our questionnaire, and we’ll ship your medication as soon as it has been approved by our doctor.

This content was reviewed by a clinician on

26 April 2022
dr daniel

Dr Daniel Atkinson

(GP Clinical Lead - GMC No. 4624794) 26 April 2022
Product information

Flixonase Nasal Spray is a type of treatment called a corticosteroid, which is used to medicate allergic rhinitis. It reduces symptoms triggered by hay fever, dust mites, mold and animal fur. Flixonase Nasal Spray is only available to buy in the UK with a prescription.

Flixonase is also available to buy as a nasule drop (a solution administered to the nostrils).

  1. Allergy relief
  2. Available as nasal spray or nasule drops
  3. Useful in reducing swelling and irritation

Rhinitis is the name given to allergic reactions which cause nasal symptoms. These include itching and irritation, a blocked nose, swelling and sneezing. It occurs when airborne irritants such as pollen, mold spores or dust mites are inhaled by those who have an increased sensitivity to them. In such cases, the immune system interprets the irritants as an infection, and triggers a defensive sequence of chemical reactions. This results in swelling and inflammation, causing the symptoms described.

With rhinitis, there are two main types: seasonal, which is triggered at certain times of year by, for instance, pollen; and perennial, which is present throughout the year and is usually the result of an allergen which is constantly present in a person’s environment, such as animal fur.

The condition is a fairly common one, thought by the NHS to affect around one in five people in the UK. Why some people have allergies and others don’t is not fully understood, but early conditioning is reckoned to play a role in the development of intolerance to certain airborne stimuli. For instance, if someone is consistently around tobacco smoke in their childhood years, then they may be more likely to have allergic rhinitis as they get older. Someone may also be more prone to allergic reactions if the condition runs in their family too.

For some, avoiding these irritants can help to limit the effects of the condition. When the pollen count outside is high, for example, someone may choose to stay indoors as much as possible, or change their clothes after getting home. In cases where someone is allergic to dust mites, cleaning the home and keeping it well-ventilated can help.

But for others, these measures may not be sufficient and treatment may be necessary. Flixonase, made by GlaxoSmithKline, contains an active ingredient called fluticasone propionate. A corticosteroid, it works by blocking the release of inflammatory chemicals which cause symptoms. These chemicals are produced when the immune system triggers skin and tissue cells into action. Fluticasone prevents these cells from responding in this manner, thus providing relief.

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Adhere to the directions given by your prescriber when using this treatment, and read the instructions in the patient information leaflet before use. This will help to maximise the benefits of the medication and reduce the risk of side effects.

Flixonase Nasal Spray:

  1. Use as prescribed.
  2. The usual dose is two sprays in each nostril, once in the morning, no more than twice a day. 
  3. Your dose may be reduced as your symptoms improve.
  4. Prior to first use, you will need to prime the spray. To do this, hold the bottle with the nozzle pointed away from you. Keep pumping the button until a mist is generated.
  5. Blow your nose before using.
  6. Close one nostril with your finger and insert the nozzle into the other. Tlit your head forward slightly. Make sure the bottle is kept upright.
  7. Begin inhaling and at the same time, press down in the button to deliver the dose.
  8. Then breathe out.
  9. Repeat this in the same nostril, then twice in the other nostril.
  10. Wipe the nozzle clean with a dry tissue.

Flixonase Nasule Drops:

  1. The typical dose is one 400mcg container, split between both nostrils, once or twice daily as directed (so 200mcg to each nostril one or twice per day).
  2. Break off one dose from the pack.
  3. Flick the container to mix the contents, then shake downwards.
  4. Open by twisting and removing the tab.
  5. Blow your nose prior to use.
  6. Then, either bend right over while standing, so that your head is almost completely upside down.
  7. Or, if this is too difficult, lie down on a bed with your head hanging down backwards off the edge of the bed.
  8. Insert the end of the applicator into one nostril and squeeze to administer the dose.
  9. Once the sides are touching, half the dose, which is roughly 6 drops, has been expelled. You should then deliver the rest in the other nostril.
  10. Maintain this position for around a minute after issuing the dose.

For both treatments:

  1. Avoid contact with the eyes. If this occurs, rinse with water as soon as possible.
  2. Do not exceed the dose prescribed.
  3. If you miss a dose, skip it and take the next one when you are due. Never take double the amount to make up for a forgotten dose.

The above is only intended as a guide. Before use, you will need to read the instructions in the leaflet carefully.

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Side effects & Warnings

Side effects

Not everyone will experience side effects when using this treatment. Nevertheless, it is important to be aware of those associated with it, so that you can act accordingly in the event that they occur. Let your doctor or your nearest hospital know if you display any signs of an allergic response to the treatment, as you may require medical attention. These include: sudden and severe wheezing; coughing or having difficulty with breathing; feeling weak or light-headed; swelling around the face, mouth or tongue; or skin rashes and redness.

Very common (1 in 10 people or more):
Nose bleeds.

Common (1 in 10 people or less):
Headache, unpleasant taste or smell, or a dry or painful nose or throat.

Very rare (1 in 10,000 people or less):
Skin reaction, problems with your eyes such as pain or blurred vision, or nasal damage.

More comprehensive information on side effects can be found in the product leaflet.


Taking it with other medicines

Inform your doctor of any other treatments you are taking when undergoing consultation. In particular, you should tell your prescriber during completion of our questionnaire if you: have been taking steroids for long periods or have done in the past; are taking a type of antiviral drug called a protease inhibitor, such as ritonavir; or are taking an antifungal such as ketoconazole.

Conditions to look out for

Flixonase may not be suitable for those who have had nasal surgery in the past, or have an infection.

Pregnancy and breastfeeding

You should speak to your doctor before using this product if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, planning on becoming pregnant or think you could be pregnant.

Driving and machinery

Flixonase should not interfere with your ability to drive or operate machinery.

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Can I still drink alcohol?

Yes. It should not affect the efficacy of the treatment.

Will I still be able to drive?

Yes. Your ability to drive should not be inhibited. If you notice any side effects which cause you judgment or coordination problems however, you should not drive and let your doctor know.

Can I take the medicine while pregnant?

It should only be used during pregnancy or breastfeeding if your doctor thinks it is absolutely necessary. Always discuss treatments with your GP or family planning nurse beforehand.

How should I store it?

Flixonase Nasal Spray should be stored below 30°C and in a safe place.

Am I allergic to anything in the medicine?

The nasal spray contains: fluticasone propionate, cellulose microcrystalline, carmellose sodium, glucose, polysorbate 80, purified water and the preservatives benzalkonium chloride and phenylethyl alcohol.

In the nasule drops are the following components: fluticasone propionate, polysorbate 20, sorbitan laurate, sodium dihydrogen phosphate dihydrate, disodium phosphate anhydrous, salt (sodium chloride), and water for injections.

Do not use these items if you are allergic to any of these ingredients.

Is it available over-the-counter?

You can only buy Flixonase Nasal Spray online or in person after first consulting with a doctor. This is so that they can assess your suitability for the treatment. Fill in our questionnaire to have your case reviewed by a member of our clinical team.

Flixonase Nasule Drops are also prescription only.

How can I buy Flixonase online?

Complete our health assessment and your responses will be checked by one of our qualified physicians or GPhC registered pharmacy prescribers. Following approval, your item will be dispensed at our UK-based pharmacy and shipped by next-day courier.

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