I have just come from a duty doctor and I was a bit confused by the directions he gave me for this medication. I looked online to see if it was something I could clarify (how long I needed to take the medication) This isn't the question I am posing I was unable to find any reference to its use for clearing ears only nasal issues that I don't have. I was told I have water behind my ear drum It has been reoccuring and I have been told that this Fluticasone propionate spray (apo-fluticasone) will help clear it up. I am concerned that I did not see any references to this use that I may be taking something that I don't need too and will not help my condition. I have tried decongestant sprays that will helped but it returns in a week or so.
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