Sinus blockage. I want to get rid of it so what should I try in a nasal spray?

Nasal spray/ sinuses. Your best, first step, is to use saline nasal irrigations. Twice a day for the first 5 to 7 days, then once daily there after. If you have allergies, take your doctor recommended oral medications +/- nose sprays.

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