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... Most enlarged turbinates are caused by allergies, exposure to chemicals or other environmental irritants. ... (7 replies)
... The turbinates do enlarge because of allergies, so they usually try to reduce the swelling with medicines, nosesprays and shots first. ... (12 replies)
... Enlarged turbinates can indeed cause forehead headaches. I had a permenantly enlarged turbinate that was causing terrible headaches. ... (12 replies)

... ve been to quite a few doctors who claimed that the one who will operate my turbinates will be a felon. ... (12 replies)
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... Are most enlarged turbinates caused by concha bullosa, or is concha bullosa the name of a turbinate? ... (7 replies)
... In my case, my chronic infection problems were within my nasal areas, including my turbinates, and not within the difficult to treat sinus cavities. It took about seven months of using an anti-infective mixture within my nasal area, before I experienced total improvement and healing. (ref: Upside Down Sinus Flooding). Do you remember what started your nasal... (10 replies)
... is it possible that flonase would cause sinus pain instead of reducing it? ... (12 replies)
... You got me thinking now; are we doing more harm than good by using those nasal corticosteroid sprays? They suppress the immune system making the recovering process last longer. Your thoughts?????? :confused: (10 replies)
... If you turbinates are very large, maybe the radiofrequency might not work. Since the bones are not removed, there's chance that the tissue of the turbinates will grow back. That could be why you are still stuffed up. Part of my bones and turbinates were removed during surgery. ... (5 replies)
... I honestly don't know about the turbinates and Flonase. There is also Astelin which is an antihistimine nosespray. Maybe ask your doctor whcih is better for turbinates. ... (5 replies)
... c my inferior turbinates are very enlarged....the mucus ball in my right maxillary sinus was only partially removed!! ... (4 replies)
Brain Fog?
Apr 15, 2005
... who said my sinuses are ok. However, my turbinates are so swollen that at times, there is no room for air to sneak through. ... (88 replies)
... you have used it for an extended period of time, you need to use more and more to get the same effect, and after awhile just to function. Your blood vessels and turbinates in your nose shrink when you use the afrin. When it wears off, they are starved for blood, and then swell up again, causing stuffiness. ... (19 replies)
... I had that same feeling in the nose you describe. Raw, sore right in the nasal passages, and swelling everywhere in the sinuses. So this is going to sound way too simple. And it's not simple, it's actually pretty complicated. But you may have developed a problem absorbing vitamins. Especially if you have IBS. Look into SIBO. I know from first hand experience... (57 replies)
... I've tried months of Nasonex and Flonase to no avail. ... (48 replies)
... I'm frustrated and miserable. My main symptoms are chronically swollen turbinates and a sensation to varying degrees of ear fullness or swelling. I never get a runny nose, itchy eyes, etc. ... (8 replies)
... Thank you for the replies. I do feel like sometimes the irrigation helps and sometimes not so much. This morning when I used my neilmed I ended up with ear pressure that lasted all day. This has happened only a couple of times, but it scares me all the same. I do know that neilmed doesn't recommend rinsing with blocked ears, but my ears are not blocked, not are my nasal... (8 replies)
Vasomotor Rhinitis
Feb 16, 2008
... My Mom has suffered from Vasomotor Rhinitis for over 16 years. I will cover her experiences with this diagnosis. I believe this may be helpful to others. If you have experienced anything that was helpful to you, please let me know. She saw over dozen doctors and specialists. After twelve years of treatment, AlleRX dose pack and Drihist SR (main ingredient... (10 replies)
... Good point, Sneezydiva, about the immunologist/allergist. I took shots for about 1.5 years, but then our insurance changed, and it become a bit cost prohibitive at the time. I have no doubt that I need to start them up again. I might just find my way back to the allergist in the near future. I'm supposed to call my ENT back either next week, or the week after - he... (48 replies)

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