2 to 11 years:
Fluticasone furoate: 1 spray ( mcg/spray) in each nostril once a day
4 to 11 years:
Fluticasone propionate: 1 spray (50 mcg/spray) in each nostril once a day
12 years or older:
Fluticasone furoate: 2 sprays ( mcg/spray) in each nostril once a day
Fluticasone propionate: 1 or 2 sprays (50 mcg/spray) in each nostril once a day as needed
-Children between 2 to 11 years not adequately responding to 55 mcg may use 110 mcg (2 sprays in each nostril) once a day.
-When maximum benefit has been achieved and symptoms have been controlled, reducing the dosage to 55 mcg (1 spray in each nostril) once a day may be effective.
Use: Treatment of symptoms of seasonal and perennial allergic rhinitis
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