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... Either way, if you have polyps or turbinates that are so swollen they're making it difficult for you to breathe and smell you should find a doctor who can help sort out what's going on. ... (3 replies)
... Hello I had this type of surgery in my title because I was diagnosed with chronic sinusitis, swollen turbinates, and a crooked deviated septum. So my ENT said I had all these things going on well of course I believed him. ... (1 replies)
... They open your nasal passages to help you breathe better at night. Hope this helps and good luck. ... (9 replies)

... The blockage is worst at waking up and sleep time is also the time we really need open nasal passages, otherwise we wake up tired and exhausted. ... (1 replies)
... ely dry, my nasal passages are closed shut narrowly, I know I must breathe through my mouth a lot, I am constantly coughing up white mucous, I have terrible post nasal drip and here is the kicker, wait for it, wait for it, my breath smells like resident evil...a zillion dead zombies? ... (10 replies)
... Since then, I have had constant PND in the form of a thin, runny discharge in the back of my throat. Strangely, my nasal passages are clear, but I always feel the need to blow my nose, even though it is not runny near the nostrils, but there is crap "back there". ... (0 replies)
... But the pain i went through that undescribable! it almost looked like someone punched my eyes because of the black eyes i had from it. my nose was soo swollen and my nose wouldnt stop bleeding. ... (3 replies)
Afrin addiction
Jan 26, 2008
... the oral prednisone knocks down the swelling immediately, gives the nasonex time to kick in and lets your nasal tissue get back to normal after the Afrin. ... (14 replies)
Afrin addiction
Jan 25, 2008
... What you did not tell us is if the nasonex causes the same side effect that Afrin caused, such as major or any swelling of sinus after the product wares off. I am not really looking to trade 52 bottles of Afrin each year for 52 bottles of Nasonex. Can you tell us more about it? You say youve been off Afrin for 3 years now. Well do you still requier nasonex? Or do you have... (14 replies)
... Sounds like chronic sinusittus on one side.. tis is possible if you have structural factors such as a divated septum, or smaller nasal passages on on side of you sinus cavities. We are hardly ever symmetrical and my right side sinus structure was smaller than my left. ... (2 replies)
Afrin addiction
Dec 9, 2006
... only way i was able to quit using was by going to see a allergy specialist. he perscribed prednisone and nasonex. the prednisone is a steroid that opens up the nasal passages and the nasonex heals the swollen nasal passages. i can say i havent even come close to needing afrin. ... (14 replies)
... The nasal passages can become blocked by soft, fleshy, swollen turbinates, which can be caused by either allergic or nonallergic rhinitis. ... (4 replies)
... eady to stick whatever I needed to down there and scrape it out! When I looked in the mirror and stuck out my tongue, I noticed very quickly that there were huge swollen taste buds on my tongue! I knew that that is what was down there making me feel like I had a peanut stuck! So... back to my story on the ENT yesterday. ... (2 replies)
... h about 10 times. The nurses stayed very close to me monitoring my vitals and administering fluids. I was on oxygen with humidification to help keep my mouth and nasal passages moist. At this point the nurse applied a scopolamine patch for nausea. I was hydrated, on heavy medication and I felt very little pain. ... (0 replies)
... and while I'm sleeping I can't breathe through my nose and tend to mouth breath at night. This drys my mouth, makes me have a sore through, and I also get post nasal drip during the night. I just can't get a deep, quality, restful sleep anymore and its really effecting the quality of my life. ... (1 replies)
... Hi my poor ETD fellow sufferers, I am just checking in briefly as it was a long day watching five children (my daughter had friends over) and being exposed to grass, pollen, etc. It was fun watching the girls enjoy themselves, but after a while, I was really suffering with the entire hay fever thing and swollen, sore ears inside and out. I also had about 7-8 gunshot pops... (211 replies)
... One thing I have noticed today. I've had some slight drainage from my sinuses. Even took Mucinex to help and drank a TON of water. But my nasal passages are just swollen and dry. There's no snot to come out, it's just swollen. Which is interesting since my ear canal is still swollen yet I have no pain. ... (6 replies)
... For the past two weeks I've had nausea, diarrhea, body aches and low fevers. 5 days ago my throat really started to bother me though it felt like it was more my nasal passages being swollen right by my throat, since I cannot breathe properly and it's not due to mucus. ... (2 replies)
... My sinus infection has gotten better. I did get a prescription of Keflex for my sinus infection that I had. Inside of my nose was swollen that I couldn't even get the tissue twisted up in there to get out what was there. There was alot of mucous that kept drying up really hard and it hurt so bad. ... (0 replies)
... You sound like me, about a year ago. I started having all sorts of allergic symtoms, couldn't sleep at night because I couldn't breathe. Sometimes I couldn't breathe thru my nose, sometimes my chest was congested. It was awful. Nasonex, musinex and Zyrtec all helped for a first, musinex was a miracle drug, but then even that stopped working consistently (get the... (9 replies)

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