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Have a deviated nasal septum, don't want surgery.Been causing post nasal drip & bad breath for years, taking nasal spray & antihistamine. Not helping.
Reconsider : A deviated nasal septum can cause a lot of problems. My patients who have the surgery almost all wish they had it done sooner. Get in to see an ENT (maybe get a second opinion). He/she can give you more information pertinent to your case. Bad breathe and nasal drip can be a sign of sinusitis and if so, often needs antibiotics. So, a visit to a good ENT will be worthwhile. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My son's only symptom is a stuffy nose, it has lasted for about 9 days I've done some nasal sprays and antihistamines. He's breathing out but not in?
What is best approach to treating allergy-related stopped up ear(s)/eustachian probs? Antihistamine? Nasal spray? Decongestant?
Keep getting blocked nose and inside is two swollen pink lumps what are they? I've tried antihistamine and nasal spray still don't help with breathing
Large turbinates: I agree that an ENT exam is essential but to address your question, the two swollen pink lumps that you are visualizing are the inferior turbinates, a normal structure in the lateral wall of the nasal cavity. This enlargement of these structures may represent allergy. Are you taking OTC nasal sprays for more than 3 days? If you are, you may have rhinitis secondary to overuse of nasal sprays. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am average size. But my face is always swollen.I do have sinus trouble & use a Nasal spray. I also use Saline spray. Antihistamines don't help?
Drug interactions : Since zoloft can be sedating at times - i would make sure that the antihistamine you use would be non sedating such as Allegra or Claritin - please consult a doctor to make sure about drug interactions but generally Flonase should be ok with zoloft. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pls can u specify names of few antihistamine nasal sprays
i ve chronic turbinate swelling , only thing my gp gave me was nasonex for regular use?
I have tried antihistamines & triamcinolone nasal spray but I still feel like my sinuses are very congested and face feels swollen. What could it be?
Sinusitis: Sinusitis or a "stuffy nose" is notoriously difficult to treat. Some patients respond more favorably to different intranasal corticosteroids such as mometasone. Other people get benefit from intranasal anticholinergics such as ipraptroprium. Best of luck :) ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Wake up every morning with thick stringy white mucus, partial stuffy nose. Difficult to swallow. On antihistamines and take nasal spray?
Indoor allergy?: Frequently indoor allergies manifest as night time or morning symptoms of congestion, nasal discharge and post nasal drip. While medications are helpful (antihistamines and nasal sprays), allergy testing (for dust mite, mold, feathers, etc) to identify if there is a specific trigger could lead to avoidance measures resulting in improvement with less medications! ...Read more
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