Nasonex Causing Cataracts

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Adie Says:

I Have Been Using Nasonex For 15 Years In My Late 50s Got Diagnosed With Cataracts Both Eyes And Had One Cataract Surgery Am A Very Successful Artist Make Living Painting. Is There Anything Can Do?

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Verwon Says:

You aren't the only one that has posted about getting them after using a steroid medication, such as this, there have been posts about both Nasonex and Flonase.

Here are the links to some of the other posts:

You can find the Flonase details here.

You can find the Nasonex post here.

Learn more Nasonex details here.

I am not, however, aware of any other recourse you may have, unless you do some searching to see if someone started a class action, as was suggested in some other posts.

Are you going to require more surgery? I am so sorry, this has to be so awful for an artist.

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