Yes. There are many nasal sprays that could be helpful. Saline sprays may help flush the nose out and let the cilia of the nasal lining work more effectively. Topical nasal steroids sprays have been shown to be some of the most effective nasal allergy medicines to treat chronic sinusitis and improve nasal congestion and drainage. There are topical antihistamine proven effective as well.
Allergies. If reactine [zyrtec in us] & Claritin aren't controlling symptoms, a steroid nasal spray can provide additional relief. Saline nasal spray can help flush allergens from nasal passages. Avoid nasal decongestants for long-term use as they can cause rebound effect. Another option is see allergist for testing & desensitization therapy.
I havnt had my voice for 4days, went to the dr on monday, said it was allergies, told me to take zyrtec d and a nasal spray, still no better, coughed?
Call doctor. You may need different medicine. Call your doctor again. Read more...
I am taking Allegra 180mg and Zyrtec 10mg plus using Nasacort (triamcinolone) nasal spray for seasonal allergies. Can I safely continue that or is it too much?
Safe but. if you need that much medication to control your symptoms, it may be time for you to consult an allergist. I also suspect that even the combined medications do not offer you complete relief. Read more...
Under the weather and allergies, feels like I am in a fog. Been taking zyrtec and nasal spray. Exhausted lately.?
How come I get allergy shots n take allegra with atrovent nasal spray in mornings & zyrtec with benydryl n dymista at night, and still have allergies?
Allergies. These treatments only manage the symptoms, they don't cure allergies. Even allergy shots only "immunomodulate" your immune system, helping you respond less brisky to the things you are allergic to. Another couple of treatments you might consider is nasal saline irrigation and nasal steroids if you haven't been on them in the past. Read more...