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... steamed my couch. I walked in room twice and it really gave me bad asthma and I ended up on Prednisone for awhile. No more steam cleaning for me. I wish all this never happened. Also when I wake up in the morning I wake up really yukky with my sinuses. ... (0 replies)
... s, either caused by bacteria, or caused by surgery, makes the sinus cavities great places for infection to develop over and over again. I would think that if the sinuses have been damaged sufficiently, and if they are not working very well, then someone could see an excess of mucous or an absense of mucous. ... (4 replies)
At my wit's end
Apr 15, 2009
... My doctor then suspected GERD, though I have never had heartburn. I went along with the idea that it could be silent and took 150 mg of Zantac twice a day for several weeks. Still coughed. ... (1 replies)

... although I never was particularly sad about anything. ... (15 replies)
... I've never irrigated my sinuses. ... (10 replies)
... Not long after this all I developed this terrible, awful smell from my nose. And the best thing is I can never blow my nose, I have to spit it out and it tastes terrible. My nose has ever since been feeling like I have the flu. ... (53 replies)
... I've always had issues with my sinuses but nothing major until last year. Around this same time of year, I started to have pain on the left side of my sinuses that leaked into my gum and upper left molars. I felt it when I ate. ... (0 replies)
... However........ since I developed a method for using Hydrogen Peroxide in my sinuses to cure my constant sinus infection problems, I have not had another sinus infection. That's about seven long, wonderful years, free of sinus infections! ... (20 replies)
Brain Fog?
Jan 9, 2004
... very sure that this is the cause. The fact that I'm in close contact with my cat while I'm sleeping might've pushed my allergies over the edge, even though I've never been allergic to cats. ... (88 replies)
... my mom has not allowed them upstairs for long periods of time. They live in the basement. so I was never around them or their dander for prolonged periods of time for as long as I could remember. ... (12 replies)
... 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. ... (57 replies)
... Now the allergies you are exeriencing are very severe. You need to get a CT scan of your sinuses done. ... (2 replies)
... and I didn't think that I needed anything done. Over the past two years, I have definitely found out that this is not the case. My allergies got much worse and developed into a severe allergic condition. ... (7 replies)
... nasal drip which I never had before. A lot of mucus I have to cough up every morning and night. Again, I NEVER had this before, and oddly enough, was already on medication for months to treat this sort of thing, so it made no sense to me. ... (0 replies)
... thing, and I felt better...until about a week after I stopped the antibiotics.....I got the same symptoms again. To make this short, I was put on Omnicef again, developed an allergy to it, so then was put on various other courses of antibiotics including Biaxin XL, Avelox, and Levaquin, because this did not want to go away. ... (8 replies)
... Well I don't notice my pnd..I never did up until my doctor kept telling me I had it bad and swollen sinuses.. ... (3 replies)
... I thought I developed an allergy to the contacts I was wearing but the symptoms persisted even a month after I stopped wearing them so it could just be general allergies. ... (6 replies)
Potato allergy?
Jul 7, 2008
... years of suffering,have come to the conclusion that I have developed an allergy to potato as uncommon as it is. ... (4 replies)
Exema
Oct 7, 2006
... I developed an eyelid tic. ... (6 replies)
... The first time I had surgery it was because I developed a staff infection. The doctor I was seeing just allowed it to go on for too long and I needed emergency surgery. ... (10 replies)




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