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Medicine For Nasal Allergy
Can you recommend actual medicine for nasal allergies that I can buy at pharmacy. I am in terrible health now. Kindly help me!
Antihistamine: Over the counter antihistamines can provide relief of nasal congestion, and drainage that is caused by allergies. They can also provide some symptomatic relief from a runny nose from a cold. A nasal saline flush can also provide some relief. If you have a sinus infection and not just allergy symptoms antibiotics may be needed. ...Read more
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
Nasal Saline: The safest and in many cases, effective, is nasal irrigation with saline, available in any store. You can also add a nasal lubricant; there are many brands, my favorite are Rhinaris and Nasogel. If these are effective, great. If not, my suggestion would be to try OTC medications, most of which are safe and effective. Not nasal decongestants. ...Read more
Nasal saline: Nasal saline is a mild decongestant that can be used if one is adverse to using medications. ...Read more
In past, I used cocaine regularly before I started having very serious nasal allergy and some breathing problems. Is the drug responsible?
Saline nasal allergy spray called asteoto. It's main ingredient is azelastine hcl. Could that show up on my drug test?
No, but sedating: Tons of meds cause false-positive results in drug tests. It depends on the actual testing reagents. Here's just one ex: http://www. Pharmacologyweekly. Com/articles/drug-classes-cause-false-positive-urine-drug-screen. Be honest reporting all meds, even if they won't show. Your antihistamine drops are considered sedating, so may be prohibited if you are a pilot/ATC. Consider montelukast. Works well. ...Read more
Which prescribed drugs is better for Nasal Allergy? (Montelukast, Apo-citrizine, Antihistamin) tab., (budesonide or floxytide) spray, hydroxizine?
?: You need to follow with your doctor and please let an adult ask on your behalf ...Read more
Nasal allergy: A response of the nasal tissue to an allergen in an individual with a hereditary disorder termed atopy resulting in an inflammatory response. ...Read more
I have a chronic nasal allergy. Every day it gets blocked and have depend on a nasal drop which opens it up.
Stop nose drops: Read the nose drop package insert. It would tell you not to use it for more than several days. If you use the otc decongestant drops regularly, your congestion will only get worse. You need to see your doctor to first help wean you off the otc drops and to use the correct nasal spray for your condition before your ruin your nose permanently. The condition is known as rhinitis medicamentosa. ...Read more
Associated symptoms: Persons with nasal allergy typically have congestion, clear nasal discharge, itchy and watery eyes. If symptoms last more than one week, a viral cold is unlikely. If the drainage changes to anything other than clear, it may be infected (sinusitis). Colored drainage suggests infection, but clear drainage does not rule it out. Many allergic symptoms are seasonal, but not pet or dust mite allergy. ...Read more
Maybe: Could be food allergies or intolerances (notice how long after you eat a suspect food this starts), but more likely inhalant allergy or reaction to pollution or smoke. Cleaning up your diet with fresh veggies, fruits, fiber can help, avoiding the "whites" refined sugar, flour, etc and chemicals found in diet foods. Powdered (not tablet) vit c (3000 mg) helps symptoms, butterbur, quercetin, too. ...Read more
Possibly: There is no absolute yes or no answer. Immunotherapy, which can either be with allergy shots or allergy drops addresses the fact that your body is making antibodies to allergic proteins. There are people that go on allergy shots and their symptoms go away and never come back. However, that is not always the case. All medications do is treat symptoms. Medicine is not a cure for allergies. ...Read more
With Caution: The use of herbs is a time-honored approach to strengthening the body and treating disease. Herbs, however, can trigger side effects and interact with other herbs, supplements, or medications. For these reasons, you should take herbs only under the supervision of a health care practitioner. This nasal spray can be used as needed so taking it 2 times a day should be ok. ...Read more
Can I take one 10 mg cetrizine hydrochloride tablets (10 mg) daily, for more than one month, if it helps me to control my nasal allergy?
Yes you can: Cetirizine or zyrtec is a very safe medication and you can take it every day for months if it is enough to control your allergy symptoms. Over the counter saline nasal spray or rinse might help your nasal symptoms a bit too. If those are not enough to control your symptoms or you have frequent sinus infections or cold/flu like symptoms, you might need to come see a local allergist to be evaluated. ...Read more
Hey docs, I am wondering if it's ok for me to be taking similasan nasal allergy relief 2 times a day?
Ok to do since: Homeopathic.Get a more detailed answer ›
I've nasal allergy. Feel bit headach under aircon and some cold feel in body with sneezing. Plz advice?
Is there a way to overcome nasal allergy that normally triggers in the morning and last for the whole day? Other than treatment with medication?
Of course: Go to see an Allergies Doctor for R A S T testing and then treatment with vaccines ...Read more
Allergies: The latest and greatest are the new and dry nasal aerosols. They work wonderfully well but take a little getting used to and insurance never wants to pay for them. I reserve them for my most congested or patients with nasal polyps. Dymista is a combo of Flonase and astelin....Nothing new but it combines two meds and is only a single spray twice daily. ...Read more
A lot: Regular or over-the-counter sprays usually contain saline, decongestants (eg afrin (oxymetazoline) and generics with similar ingredients), and even capsaicin. These tend to not provide lasting effects. Prescription sprays are safer than decongestants, and more effective. These come as either steroids or antihistamine sprays. ...Read more
Possibly: May be allergy or a reaction to chemical irritants. Either way avoidance is the best therapy. ...Read more
I have nasal allergy and always suffering from asthma I take some medications but all in vain if there is any treatment I need a medication name..
Allergy shots: If your symptoms are that severe, it is time to see a board certified allergist and get tested, identify your triggers and learn how to avoid them. They can also see if you are a good candidate for allergy shots, they can desensitize you and make your life easier. Make the call. ...Read more
My dad wants to drop few drops of lemon into my nose hoping to treat nasal allergy by the way I had skin allergy against lemon before..
Bad idea: Lemon drops can be very irritating to the nasal membranes. Your family doctor can recommend several allergy medications if the over the counter meds don't help. ...Read more
I'm almost 5w pregnant & I've nasal allergy zt seem to get worse those days & I keep sneezing alot and so hard that I'm scared that could hurt z baby?
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