Brief description about Advair rotacaps
Fluticasone prevents the release of a substance that results in inflammation. Fluticasone stops chest tightness, difficult breathing, wheezing, and coughing due to asthma. It belongs to a class of corticosteroids and shows its action by lessening swelling or irritation in airways and helps in easier breathing. It is used for managing long-term asthma in people of 4 years or older.
Dosage information of Advair rotacaps
For control and prevention of asthma, the initial dose you can take is one capsule twice per day via oral inhalation. Maintain an interval of 12 hours in between two doses.
Contraindications with Advair rotacaps
- You should never use inhalation powder if you have an allergic reaction to milk proteins.
- Do not inhale Fluticasone if you are having allergies to this drug.
- You should not use this inhalation in a child of less than 4 years of age.
Safety precautions to follow with Advair rotacaps
- Convey your doctor if you are suffering from tuberculosis, herpes infection of eyes, liver disorder, glaucoma, a weak immune system, or low bone mineral density.
- Tell your doctor if you are pregnant, planning a pregnancy or breastfeeding.
- It is important to tell your doctor if you have any fungal, bacterial, or viral infection, an infection caused by pinworm, malaria, parasites, giardia, hookworm etc.
- Fluticasone renders the growth of children so be careful while using in children.
- Brief out your doctor if your symptoms do not improve within two weeks of treatment.
- Avoid contact with people who are sick.
- Tell your doctor if you had any nasal surgery, or nasal injury.
- Do not use more than prescribed by your doctor.
Side effects with Advair rotacaps
Some after effects that you may observe with Fluticasone are as sneezing, sore throat, deepened voice, wheezing, white patches or sores in the mouth, sinus pain, low fever, headache, cough, and stomach upset.