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Posted 17 December 2012 - 10:56 AM
Has anyone else found that their sinuses are totally inflamed and breathing is difficult? I can't find any relief at all. Tried Flonase from the doctor, steaming my sinuses- even with vicks in the water, salt water nasal sprays, sleeping sitting up ( not really sleeping) and a dehumidifier. I drink loads of water and milk/juice, so that isn't a problem. I have reached the end of my ideas and going back to the doctor- has anyone else found they have "pregnancy nose"?
Posted 20 December 2012 - 08:46 AM
Mine doesn't sound as bad as yours, but right from the beginning I've had 'pregnancy rhinitis'. I wake up with sinus everyday, but Fess helps me. Sneezing is horrible - it's so much more powerful than it used to be (plus it hurts sometimes!). Have you tried Fess? It's salt water and you've probably tried it, but I swear by it.
Posted 20 December 2012 - 09:12 AM
I have used salt sprays for a few weeks and flonase from the doctor. I got so bad that i went back and got something else and it seems to be working for me. Two whole nights with more then a fwe minutes sleep each :-) I as thrilled!
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