Hello Glad that my comments helped you. I too have had cataracts removed and in my case it did lower the IOP a bit although after the ops I had to have glaucoma drops as the IOP's rose (I was not being treated for glaucoma at this time). I was told I was a steroid responder but did not at the time think sprays would cause a rise as well. I have to use glaucoma drops in the left eye ( I had laser treatment but it did not work at least not enough). My last IOP's last month were 20 right eye and 18 left so stable. With regard to the fluticasone what are you using instead. I have diagnosed perrenial rhinitis so I just manage with salt water sprays.
Steroid nasal sprays are medicines that are sprayed into the nose, to prevent and treat allergy symptoms of the nose such as stuffy or runny nose, itching, and sneezing. These usually occur with hay fever (also called allergic rhinitis ). Steroid nasal sprays are also used to treat certain growths in the nose called nasal polyps . They work by reducing swelling (inflammation) and mucus in the nose. Because the medicine mainly works in your nostrils, it has very little effect anywhere else in your body. People with hay fever only need to use them for a few months of the year, during the hay fever season, but others may need to use them long-term.