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... I read several sites referencing studies that strongly link chronic sinusitis with fungus and an immune overreaction it causes. Sinusitis sufferers react differenlty than others, they attack the fungus with a substance that is highly irritating to the sinus tissue, causing all the syptoms. ... (0 replies)
... Remember that there are degrees of bacterial sinusitis. Some infections can be treated using antibiotics and never return. Others require more aggressive treatment, such as nebulizers, IV antibiotics, or surgery. ... (3 replies)
... ally for your nose, and the medication is an antibiotic that is made into a fine mist that can be absorbed into your sinuses. Apparently it is almost as good as IV antibiotics, and it can help prevent the need for them ! You can get it online without your doctors prescription, or with. ... (7 replies)

... Different people necessitate different types of treatment. Before I started Xolair, I averaged 9 upper respiratory infections a year. Quinolone antibiotics are the only thing left that works for me, other than IV antibiotics in the hospital. ... (2 replies)
I give up!
Mar 15, 2004
... antibiotic in mist form. The other is IV antibiotics. ... (18 replies)
... This is very important! Talk to your doctor about IV antibiotic therapy in addition to the surgery. This is a new technique that has been very effective in treating chronic bacterial sinusitis. ... (6 replies)
... uin, a powerful antibiotic for 21 days! 3 to 5 days isn't going to do a thing. Initially, Prednisone may be needed to get the swelling down enough to allow the antibiotics to reach the infection. ... (7 replies)
... the dizziness is cause by swelling in the Ethmoid sinus region. I get it when my allergies really get out of control. You need to get on an irrigation routine, but before you irrigate (preferably with a machine), use an oral decongestant to clear things up a bit. This will allow penetration into the sinuses. antibiotics won't help. They are pretty much useless for... (4 replies)

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