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... Saline irrigation with a NeilMed SinusRinse kit will also help some. ... (2 replies)
The netti pot?
Jun 7, 2008
... Here's a link to the thread where a lot of us discussed the neti pot, SinusRinse bottle, etc, and how to make your own solution. ... (3 replies)
... mixed packets instead of the neti pot. The SinusRinse bottle is much more effective at getting the saline up into your nasal passages. ... (4 replies)

Prednisone
Feb 14, 2005
... can go to neilmed.com to check out the products! I do not do anything with hydrogen peroxide in it as it burns my sinuses up worse than they normally are. The SInusrinse packets have a pediatric formula for kids and one for adults. They also ahve the hypertonic packets as well. ... (7 replies)
... I also tend to get more nosebleeds from the pulsatile irrigation system than from using a SinusRinse bottle. I think the irrigation from the pulsatile systems is more aggressive and tends to aggravate any dry areas that are prone to bleeding. ... (6 replies)
... and daily use of a neti pot or SinusRinse bottle. ... (8 replies)
... They're called "allergic shiners" or "allergic facies" and are believed to be caused by increased blood flow and general congestion in the sinuses that cause some pooling of blood in that area. They can be very hard to get rid of. Unfortunately, you probably have to deal with the underlying sinus and allergy issues to get rid of them. That means you should be doing the... (2 replies)
... Danabarb is right, allergies can cause a lot of problems. You don't mention whether you're doing anything already to try to deal with your symptoms but there are some basic things that you can try today. First of all, you should take an antihistamine every day to minimize the allergic reaction. Loratadine (generic Claritin) or Cetirizine (generic Zyrtec) are both... (7 replies)
... you must be allergic to something so allergies are a good place to start. The best way to manage allergies is to take an antihistamine daily, use a neti pot or SinusRinse bottle to irrigate your sinuses, and try as much as possible to avoid the things you're allergic to. Shots do work for lots of people but they take time. ... (5 replies)
... You might also try using a neti pot or SinusRinse bottle to irrigate your sinuses with salt water and soothe those swollen tissues. ... (5 replies)
... Most of the ENTs that I know are recommending the SinusRinse bottles. ... (8 replies)
... you should be on a sinusitis management regimen that includes daily saline irrigation with a SinusRinse bottle, neti pot or other irrigation method. ... (8 replies)
... steroid nasal spray, antihistamines, oral decongestants, and saline irrigation with a neti pot or SinusRinse bottle? ... (5 replies)
... Most enlarged turbinates are caused by allergies, exposure to chemicals or other environmental irritants. Concha Bullosa is not the name of a turbinate, it is a small air cell within a turbinate (bullosa = bubble) that causes the turbinate to be enlarged (and it's a fairly common condition). Typically congestion, facial pressure and nasal obstruction which can prevent... (7 replies)
... You might consider adding saline irrigation with a Neti Pot or SinusRinse bottle to your daily allergy management plan - it can really help. (8 replies)
... Richard - sorry to hear that you're struggling so much. What other medications are you taking for your allergies? You should definitely be on an antihistamine every day. Claritin (loratadine) and Zyrtec (cetirizine) are both available in the U.S. without a prescription - if you can get them in the U.K. I'd recommend taking one every day. For the congestion, you can take... (4 replies)
... I used the packets that came with the Ayr bottle, but my ENT gave me a recipe so I could make it myself. He also gave me a SinusRinse bottle, which I like better than the Ayr one. I was using a Neti pot, but he said that wouldn't give enough pressure to flush as well as the bottle would. ... (4 replies)
... Abrie25- You can buy a SinusRinse bottle (made by NeilMed) at any major drugstore chain. If you buy the starter kit it comes with some pre-mixed saline packets or you can buy a box containing 100 of the packets at the drugstore. The total cost for the starter kit and extra packets is less than $20. The kit comes with a detailed instruction card but here's a short... (4 replies)
The netti pot?
Jun 6, 2008
... Lots of folks here use a Neti Pot or SinusRinse bottle to irrigate their sinuses - they work great and can make a huge difference for people with allergies or chronic sinus problems. (3 replies)
... Other than the Sudafed, I think the neti pot or SinusRinse bottle is your best bet. ... (6 replies)




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