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... I'm currently dealing with major allergy problems, as I've posted several times. I have used Neilmed sinus rinse in the past with some success, but used it sporadically vs regularly. I am now considering adding this to my daily attempts at allergy control. ... (8 replies)
... It has been AWFUL and I a wondering if it will ever end!!! What may help you is to rinse your nose. You can buy the squirt bottle in any pharmacy, but make sure you buy the correct solution because if you don't it is my understanding you can injure the membranes in your note. ... (30 replies)
... It has been AWFUL and I a wondering if it will ever end!!! What may help you is to rinse your nose. You can buy the squirt bottle in any pharmacy, but make sure you buy the correct solution because if you don't it is my understanding you can injure the membranes in your note. ... (30 replies)

... I have also had more pressure and feelings of fluid in both my ears, but I do have some hearing loss....however, I do know that when you use the sinus rinse, an amount of fluid gets in your ears from using those...especially if you have a tendency to use the squeeze bottle..... ... (5 replies)
... I am surprised that your grandmother used peroxide in her sinuses. It is caustic and can be very painful, especially to women. Did she use it to treat chronic sinus infection problems? ... (20 replies)
... Allergies can really make a person MISERABLE and this has been the worst season for me since 1985. My suggestion to you is to go buy a nasal rinse and do that twice a day, but make sure you use a solution that is good for the nose and not salt and water because salt and water can do damage to the membranes. ... (10 replies)
... I've been dealing with pressure and pain in my ears for years now from what I believe is a eustachian tube problem. I've seen 2 ENT's and tried all sorts of nasal sprays and decongestant pills. ... (5 replies)
... sted 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 passages, mostly thanks to prednisone, Zyrtec, and Flonase. ... (8 replies)
... if you come in close to shock due to allergies, they'll pump you full of it, trust me I know. ... (20 replies)
... ringing in my nose and ears isn't too bad but about mid way through the afternoon it gets pretty bad. ... (13 replies)
... i'm the same way when it comes to ear infections. anytime my ears are irrigated, i wind up with a painful ear infection. then again, i've had ear infections since infancy, so they aren't anything new for me. ... (11 replies)
... correct in that they help not cause sinus infections. With the luck I'm having lately, I would probably end up with one! LOL My system is so sensitive to things it's ridiculous. ... (11 replies)
... al spray is quite unpleasant. It basically causes a 5 to 10 minute allergy attack sometimes when I take it, but then I'm much less prone to itching of the nose, ears and palate the rest of the day. ... (3 replies)
... Widening the opening to your right nostril, through septum surgery, may make breathing a little better, but it won't stop or reduce the swelling in your sinus and nasal membranes. If you do decide to have surgery to the opening of your right nasal passage, make sure that you understand the benefits and the risks. ... (8 replies)


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