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Best Nasal Spray?
Jun 22, 2005
... I have been told in the past that I have seasonal rhinitis. I have battled most of my adolescent and adult life with summer allergies. My best summer ever I took a combination of Claritin and Vancenase. This was back when Claritin was still prescription. ... (4 replies)
... I too am a nasal spray junkie. I've had nasal problems since I was born and have never been able to keep my nasal passages open. I've been tested for allergies, tried every drug known to man, and have had surgery three times. ... (16 replies)
Best Nasal Spray?
Jun 25, 2005
... OTC Nasal sprays are NOT good. With repeated use, in time you will have permanent nasal congestion caused by their rebound effect. ... (4 replies)

... I spent at least 5 years addicted to OTC nasal spray, mostly 4 Way and Afrin. The cure is worse than the disease. The rebound effect takes hold and won't let go. ... (16 replies)
... I developed vasomotor rhinitis, brought on by overuse of decongestant nasal spray. ... (16 replies)
... Many saline nasal sprays contain a preservative that can irritate sinus tissue. It doesn't do that to everyone, but it happened to me. ... (6 replies)
... When I quit, there were a couple times I had to use a spray of it to get by. So I guess it wasn't completely "cold turkey." But within a week I was off of it. ... (19 replies)
... flow of ions from the nasal tissue. ... (6 replies)
... Do you have post nasal drip? ... (1 replies)
... My name is Ryan, and I have been addicted to nasal spray for the past 15 years. ... (49 replies)
Nasal irrigation
Oct 23, 2004
... I agree the best way to irrigate is with a machine. ... (11 replies)
Nasal Sprays
Jun 11, 2004
... usually they work best in a combination of medication, depending on what you need it for. ... (5 replies)
... k test. The blocking of the nasal passages is because your turbinates swell up, thus the blockage. Nasal steroid sprays should be able to help with the swellings and it is said that nasal steroid sprays are often the best way to treat this kind of symptoms. ... (4 replies)
... counter med for a nasal spray because i think thats what is lacking here. Even when i was on prescription what helped most way the spray. ... (2 replies)
... eep in pretty bad sinus problems. I feel like I have all these different symptoms and don't know what it is. I have seen my doctor about this. He prespribed a nasal spray.. which opened my nasal passages but left me feeling light headed all the time. ... (1 replies)
OTC Nasal Spray
Mar 23, 2006
... OTC Nasal sprays are not a good thing to use on a regular basis. ... (6 replies)
... At this point I think you are right, everything seems to irritate it more. As far as my health, I unfortunately do not have the best immune system. I have chronic illnesses that I deal with and do not heal quickly. Most of the issues I Have come down with become chronic. ... (23 replies)
... he head always feeling full.I have put a few drops of oil of oregano in the rinse to get up in the top of the head.this seems to help some.i've also been using a nasal spray with grapefruit seed extract.this is also an anti fungal and it seems to help some.these last two years though have been brutal. ... (8 replies)
... ys its okay I would think it was okay. You might want to consider trying out a Neti pot, I get significant help from mine. I irrigate my sinues and then use my nasal spray for best effectiveness. I have been using nasonex for about a week though, twice a day, I guess that isnt very long. ... (5 replies)
... Unfortunately, none of the anti-inflammatory (steroid) nasal sprays are available over-the-counter. One of them - Flonase (Fluticasone Propionate Nasal Spray) - is now available as a generic (but still prescription) so if you have insurance you may be able to get it for much less now (it's only been available as a generic since February of 2006). (2 replies)

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