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User Voices for Mometasone Furoate Monohydrate

The following are comments from users that experienced side effects while taking Mometasone Furoate Monohydrate

Musculoskeletal Pain

... if it eventually has a lawsuit brought against this company, I'm going to look into it for sure! It's been 8 days, and one of my legs swelling has gone down, shoulder pain comes and goes,headache is v...


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Musculoskeletal Pain

Side Effects: Headaches, insomnia, shoulder pain . heart palps, and bad muscle weakness and pain,

Was fine the first two days using a puff per nostril 2x a day, the the third day day had a h...


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Side Effects: headache, sinus pressure, vertigo, shoulder and neck pain, mild nausea, other digestive problems, lethargy.

After using this medication for the past several months I began to ...


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Musculoskeletal Pain

... I was having to start with. Head pressure, headache, ear pain and popping, sever dizziness, loss of balance, vision problems, eye pain and pressure, neck and shoulder pain , nausea and irritability. ...


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Musculoskeletal Pain

... I was having to start with. Head pressure, headache, ear pain and popping, sever dizziness, loss of balance, vision problems, eye pain and pressure, neck and shoulder pain , nausea and irritability. ...


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Musculoskeletal Pain

... sensation was most disturbing. Severe headaches...thought to be TMJ. Burning-throbbing pain in the sinus area, pressure behind eyes, pain behind left eye, left shoulder pain , neck/back pain, ear pain,...


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Musculoskeletal Pain

Side Effects: My 7 year old son was prescribed nosonex for allergies. Took it for about a week. Started to complain of back pain, shoulder pain , body aches, head ache, stomach aches. The next day h...


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Musculoskeletal Pain

Side Effects: Stopped after 7 days of use, had bad shoulder pain , vision trouble, weight gain. Developed Iritis in both eyes, left eye was worse.Still seeing the Eye Dr. The shoulder pain did stop af...


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Musculoskeletal Pain

Side Effects: Mild palpitations, pain in shoulder and neck and raised eye pressure.

I have been taking Nasonex for about 2 years and have just been advised by my optician that my eye pressu...


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