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

Thought Withdrawal

... frequent almost daily. My face and eyes became puffy ichty and sore and ringing ears. I had problems focusing and my memory was not at its best. I thought I was losing my mind , becoming depressed, and...


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I am so glad I found this site! The side effects are absolutely horrible. I thought I was losing my mind . Severe dizziness, headache, sinus pain/pressure, sore throat, blurry vision, eye pain/pressure...


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Thought Withdrawal

I am so glad I found this site! The side effects are absolutely horrible. I thought I was losing my mind . Severe dizziness, headache, sinus pain/pressure, sore throat, blurry vision, eye pain/pressure...


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Side Effects: depression, anxiety, nosebleeds, exhaustion, irritability, headache, very unfocused

I took Nasonex last spring and it helped a lot with my mold allergies which were causing me...


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Thought Withdrawal

Side Effects: Anxiety, considerable insomnia, shaky hands, palpitations, scatterbrained , depression/mood swings

Two doctors and a pharmacist independently recommended Nasonex for my symptom...


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Thought Withdrawal

... breaths of air in through my mouth but felt that i wasn't getting oxygen. It took 4 hours before the effects subsided to a manageable level.

I thought i was losing my mind . Almost went to t...


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Thought Withdrawal

Side Effects: ANXIETY! I also could not sleep no matter how tired I was. I am so glad I found this site because I thought I was losing my mind . To top it off it did NOTHING for my sinuses.


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Thought Withdrawal

... next day, same thing. I went to the Dr. this time. He did an EKG and complete blood work. I am totally healthy. So, he prescribed Xanax for the anxiety. I thought I was losing my mind . The Xanax did n...


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