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How do I get relief from nasal congesgtion if I have a heart condition and can't take decongestants?
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Dr. Francis Uricchio
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: Antihistamine
The decongestant that you cannot take is phenylephrine.
This medication can be sold individually or packaged with other medications when the label indicates "-d" such as claritin-d. Antihistamine, on the other hand, is not a problem for most patients with heart disease.

In brief: Antihistamine
The decongestant that you cannot take is phenylephrine.
This medication can be sold individually or packaged with other medications when the label indicates "-d" such as claritin-d. Antihistamine, on the other hand, is not a problem for most patients with heart disease.
Dr. Francis Uricchio
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Dr. Alexander Gorup
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
In brief: Nasal sprays
You could consider using prescription nasal steroids.
See a doctor about this.

In brief: Nasal sprays
You could consider using prescription nasal steroids.
See a doctor about this.
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