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... 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)
... flow of ions from the nasal tissue. ... (6 replies)
... d me from terrible sinus headaches for 32 years. A doctor once told me I have "asthma of the sinuses." And he was right,because NasalCrom is asthma medicine in a nasal spray form. I only wish I had NasalCrom for the past 32 years instead of constant antibiotics and millions of pills. ... (6 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)
... Hydrogen Peroxide, baking soda and kosher salt into my nostrils. That seemed to work pretty good for me and it wasn't uncomfortable. ... (3 replies)
... keep on hand for when I'm really stuffy. If none of that is working too well, I go for some Sudafed...and if that doesn't work, and I'm just dying, I go for the nasal spray. Usually I just get the store brand...right now, on my desk I have a bottle of spray I got some Safeway... ... (5 replies)
... yes they do help, but they don't last very long. I would suggest a nasal decongestant medicine to help rid the sinus infection along with a saline mist to help with the nose irritation. ... (6 replies)
... A nasal decongestan helps with my congested nose. You can get them OTC. Irrigation is done to keep your nasal passages clear. It's like spraying a solution into your nose. It can be done using a machine or just a bottle. ... (6 replies)
... and quit the Afrin cold turkey. The steroid spray will reduce the swelling caused by the Afrin and you should notice an improvement over the next few days. ... (2 replies)
... I use a saline inhaler plastic bottle to flood my sinuses. ... (17 replies)
... tion, I place a towel and a tissue nearby. To do the sinus irrigation, I kneel, and place the top front portion, of my head, down onto the floor of my shower and spray the mixture into my sinuses, which are tilted upwards. ... (4 replies)
... Well, with the Saline I just use the spray, I hand my head over the sink, well at first I just spray as much as I can into the nose, I use Ocean Mist nasal spray, comes in an orange and white bottle, and I let it run out all over and into the sink. ... (10 replies)
... To do the sinus irrigation, I kneel, and place the top of my head down onto the floor of my shower and spray the contents firmly into my sinuses, which are tilted upwards. It is really not as bad as it sounds. ... (11 replies)
... not the best antibiotic for it IMO. You would need something stronger. Remind the doctor when you see him that you were on doxycycline for a month and it didn't work very well. ... (5 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)
... Ah. Allergy vaccines do take a long time to work, but they have a pretty good success rate. Acupuncture doesn't always work either, but you can try. ... (3 replies)
... I agree with you about the loss of the nasal inhalers. They were my favorite too. ... (10 replies)
... And.. saline nasal spray rinses.. in the morning.. afternoon.. and before bed. This helps keep the allergens washed out of the sinues and reduce the membrane irritaion and swelling. ... (1 replies)
... Prescription nasal sprays are designed to work better for you allergy symptoms that over the counter sudafed. Sudafed can make your symptoms worse and cause your nose to be dependent on it. ... (4 replies)
... allergy nasal spray that is good for seasonal allergy sufferers. It takes a few weeks of daily use to really work though, and for the best results you are supposed to use it before the allergy season evern starts, as a preventative measure. ... (3 replies)

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