I have severe allergy and asthma problems every August and Sept. Last year I was pregnant so the physician had me use Astelin instead of Nasonex. It did not work as well for me. So this year I used the Astelin during August and it was not working well enough so I asked the P.A. for a RX for Nasonex, since I am not pregnant. She asked me if I had eye symptoms too which I do...and I use Patadol. So she said she would like to give me Veramyst. She said, and I quote, "It is new and it helps relieve the eye symptoms too." Well I'm all for that since even with the Patadol twice a day...I still can't where my contact lenses. The pharmacy gave me my RX and I used it in the car. I smelled flowers! Flowers bother my allergies and I am hypersensitive to a lot of smells including flowers and perfume. My son smelled it too. It was the RX. I thought this was odd that she would prescribe something with such a strong smell to me. So I read the Patient Prescription Information Sheet and it says it is "Fluticasone Spray - Nasal Common Brand Names (Flonase)". Well Flonase is not new. I used it before the Nasonex. The doctor prescribed Veramyst because it treats the eye symptoms too. I have been to Veramyst's website and Flonase' website. Veramyst treats more symptoms. They both contain fluticasone. But Veramyst also lists "furoate". The only thing my web searches come up with is other drugs that have "furoate" as the second part of their drug name. So if they are not the same....how can the Pharmacy give me something else without asking me and/or my doctor? They said I have to come back tomorrow for my son's RX because it was "out of stock" so why didn't they just order my Veramyst too? Like I said I asked my doctor for Nasonex NOT Flonase so I can't see her saying ok either. This is not the first time they have given me the wrong medicine. Twice they did not reconstituted my toddler's medicine, nor did they provide instructions for me to reconstitute it.