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Sadly, even other doctors aren’t immune to this sort of well-intentioned misinformation when it comes to nasal steroids. A patient may get a prescription for fluticasone, a common nasal steroid better known as Flonase. Their doctor may tell them, “Just take it for two weeks, and then stop,” to alleviate the patient’s fears about the medication. But for some people, fluticasone has barely started working within that two-week span. It can take time for the effects to be noticeable. And some people need to take fluticasone every day, all year round, and they do fine.