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What's available at a pharmacy to treat sinus issues without a prescription?
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Dr. Michael Carson
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Sprays, Sudafed
1) nasal saline spray.
A very gentle/effective treatment. Use 2-8 times a day and it does not cause long term problems. 2) afrin or neo-synephrine:very potent decongestant sprays for severe sinus pressure. Only used as directed. You must not use for more than 48 hours. 3)pseudoephedrine (sudafed). Use this pill as directed. Careful if you have palpitations/heart issues.

In brief: Sprays, Sudafed
1) nasal saline spray.
A very gentle/effective treatment. Use 2-8 times a day and it does not cause long term problems. 2) afrin or neo-synephrine:very potent decongestant sprays for severe sinus pressure. Only used as directed. You must not use for more than 48 hours. 3)pseudoephedrine (sudafed). Use this pill as directed. Careful if you have palpitations/heart issues.
Dr. Michael Carson
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Dr. Robert Gilardetti
Surgery - Oral & Maxillofacial
In brief: Allegra (fexofenadine)
Allegra (fexofenadine) is an effective, nonprescription decongestant.

In brief: Allegra (fexofenadine)
Allegra (fexofenadine) is an effective, nonprescription decongestant.
Dr. Robert Gilardetti
Dr. Robert Gilardetti
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