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Avamys
fluticasone furoate
ATC Code: R01AD08, Generic Medicine: No, Manufacturer: Not specified.
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Avamys
fluticasone furoate
ATC Code: R01AD08, Generic Medicine: No, Manufacturer: Not specified.

Level of
Satisfaction

Level of Satisfaction 28%

What patients say...

Effectiveness 46%
Quantity of side effects 59%
Severity of side effects 50%
Ease of use 59%

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Avamys

10/09/2018 | | 68moderated by Henry
fluticasone furoate (27,5UG/DO) for Nasal congestion

was prescribed this spray for congestion,used it a few times noticed it gave me headaches ,after a few weeks I developed a serious eye condition after checking I found iT can cause I'm eye problems such as the one I have, the consultant said it was most likely to have been this product, sprays such as this one containing corticosteroids can be very damaging too your sight, I now have CSR, becau...
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Avamys

15/06/2017 | | 59moderated by Susan
fluticasone furoate (27,5ug/do) for hayfever

It had a heavy reaction on my head. It was very hard to stay alert. I felt the need to just close my eyes and go to sleep. I have used this medication before but only just figured out it induces sleep. Could the drowsiness be caused by a combination with other medication?
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Avamys

29/04/2017 | | 49moderated by Henry
fluticasone furoate (27,5ug/do) for allergy

Really often struggle with a bunged up nose. Was prescribed Avamys and been on it for almost a week. Noticed the difference straight away, can breathe through my nose again. A genuine breath of fresh air. Snore less too. A bit.
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Avamys

28/03/2017 | | 66moderated by Henry
fluticasone furoate (27,5ug/do) for Breathing problems

So I was prescribed a nasal spray that I was supposed to test. This worked really well, however I don't find the spray that Avamys uses particularly nice. It's difficult to dose correctly and you feel as if hardly anything is coming out so then you take an extra dose, a spray is supposed to last about 6 weeks. After about 3 weeks there was nothing coming out. I checked to see if there was still...
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Avamys

23/01/2017 | | 32moderated by Susan
fluticasone furoate (1mg/ml) for cold

Every year I have a cold, which sometimes lasts a few weeks but sometimes lasts for months, often combined with throat and sinus infections, lots of mucus and bad sleep etc. For me this remedy really makes a difference. I’m less prone to colds and if I get one it only lasts about a week and gives me less breathing problems. All in all I’m very pleased so far. I take 1 puff a day on each side an...
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Avamys

05/10/2016 | | 13moderated by Charlotte
fluticasone furoate (27,5 microgram) for allergy

I've got a nasal polyp which means I sometimes struggle to catch my breath and get panic attacks. I didn't have too many side effects with this spray in the beginning but it's been getting worse and worse every day. Side effects: headache, dizzy, warm, tight chest, shortness of breath. But I don't want to stop because I want to be able to breathe normally again, the other options are cauterisat...
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Avamys

25/07/2016 | | 72moderated by Philip
fluticasone furoate (27,5ug/do) for chest infection

As the result of a chest infection, I am virtually deaf on one side, I need to cough all the time, and produce lots of mucous. Initially I was given mometasone furoate by the ENT doctor but I had the same side effects as with Avamys: unbearable headache above my eyes and inflamed sinuses. Neither medicine suits me. I don't know what I'm supposed to do now.
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Avamys

10/06/2016 | | 38moderated by Charlotte
fluticasone furoate (27,5ug/do) for hayfever

This drug definitely works well (my hayfever symptoms disappeared), but it's totally not worth it considering the side-effects. One hour after the first spray --> splitting headache akin to migraine or a severe sinus infection (oppressive painful feeling around the sinuses). I notified the GP and immediately stopped using this drug. Never again! I'm now taking Bellozal hills (orally)
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