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Can nasarel nasal spray cause sinus problems?

Probably not. I previously answered this question but i did not address the question of sinusitis. If the over the counter nasal spray is used too long, it is possible that the small openings to the paranasal sinuses could be eventually obstructed and lead to a rhino-sinusitis. Again, let an ENT doctor or allergist manage your nasal problems. Read more...
No. Nasarel (flunisolide) is a prescription topical corticosteroid spray used to treat allergic rhinitis & may be useful in related conditions like nasal polyps. Nasarel is one of the earliest developed topical steroid sprays. Its not used very much anymore because it causes nasal stinging. It is not a vasoconstrictor/decongestant like afrin. Continued use does not cause blockage of sinus openings. Read more...

Can nasarel nasal spray cause dental and sinus problems?

Probably not. Any over the counter nasal spray used for more than a few days may cause a condition called rhinitis medicamentosa. This condition may lead to irreversible damage to cilia (small hairs of the mucosa) and rebound where the nose is worse than before you started the medication. Any nasal condition, whether allergic or non-allergic should be managed by an ENT doctor. Read more...

Can I take stacker 2 or3 and use synex 12 hour nasal spray? Right now I take zyrtec for my sinus problem also.

No nasal decongestan. Be aware that over the counter nasal decongestant sprays are extremely addictive and should only be used for 3 days max. You can use zyrtec d or go to your doc and get a prescription for a steroid nasal sprays that is much better and is not habit forming. Read more...

Why do I get Evening chills on shoulders & arms. 59 year old female Durban South Africa existing conditions--Thyroid, sinus, osteoporosis, lower back problem, thalisimia, hemoglobin 10. meds-thyroid, sinus nasal spray, fosavance calcium, probiotic thanks?

Complex. You have a complicated medical condition which cannot be solved on this type of forum. You need to discuss these problems with your doctor. Get a referral if necessary. Read more...
Multiple medical. Problems. Infections and arthritic conditions need to be ruled out for your symptoms. Hopeful that your Anemia, Osteoporosis and Thyroid disease are well controlled . Read more...

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. Read more...

Rebound effect Zicam sinus relief nasal spray 3 days in a row?

Beware! Otc decongestant sprays such as zicam, afrin, etc (oxymetazoline) can definitely cause rebound congestion typically after 5 to 7 days of use. This condition is called rhinitis medicamentosa, and long-term use of such medications can be difficult to treat. For severe cases, an allergist or ENT physician can recommend weaning protocols in conjunction with proper rhinitis therapy. Read more...

What traditional treatment that I can use to cure my sinus? Besides using nasal spray.

Saline rinses. Thoroughly irrigating the nose with saline solution solves a variety of sinus problems and helps restore the normal functioning of the nasal lining. Just spritzing with saline spray really isn't enough; you need a sinus rinse bottle or netty pot. Read more...