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- What brand names are available for fluticasone propionate-topical?
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- Do I need a prescription for fluticasone propionate-topical?
- What are the side effects of fluticasone propionate-topical?
- What is the dosage for fluticasone propionate-topical?
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What is the dosage for fluticasone propionate-topical?
- Fluticasone is available as cream, lotion, and ointment to apply to the skin.
- It is usually applied one or two times a day to treat most skin conditions.
- As with other corticosteroid medicines, treatment should be discontinued when control is achieved.
- To avoid unwanted side effects, corticosteroid medicines should be used for the shortest duration possible to achieve the desired results.
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