Difference between nasonex and nasacort

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I was so annoyed when he said there is no proven connection between allergies and dizziness. He's now ordered an MRI and additional balance tests and has started talking about ruling out tumors, etc. Thanks for sharing your stories. It always surprises me how many non-allergist MD's don't understand how allergies can affect the body.
I have been dizzy now for almost 2 months, and my doctor has given me nasonex and allegra. I haven't started the allegra yet, but my symptoms are getting worse. The dizzyness is almost all of the time, and especially bad if I move to quick and from sitting to standing. Headaches are getting worse, hard to get rid of. I have had blood work and an exam, and all the Dr. noticed was that my nasal passages were extremely dry. Everything else has checked out great.
I started this in July. I am now on Singulair (30 days now) (prescription) and NasaCort (over the counter), using the saline rinses, and air cleaner in my bedroom. Had my furnace cleaned, my carpets cleaned. As long as I stay away from odors of any kind, aerosols, candles, won't be around cigarettes, I seem to do better. So my suggestion is try to rule out some things. I am considering the allergy shots because I can't avoid smelling grass cutting this summer.
Except for texture and temperature, I can not taste the difference between chocolate ice cream and salsa. I would appreciate any suggestions that might help restore my sense of smell and taste. Thanks.
Nitric oxide is lethal to bacteria and viruses and is also known to increase oxygen absorption in your lungs from 10-25 percent. This is why it's important to inhale through your nose, especially when you are exercising. Your smell and taste buds are connected. If you can't breathe well through your nose, then your sense of smell will suffer, which means that your sense of taste will be altered as well. This can lead to appetite and weight issues.
A study published in the Journal of Family Practice in February of 2005 showed that there was no difference between the patients who received an antibiotic and the patients who received a placebo. That’s just one study, but it does cast doubt on the effectiveness of short-term antibiotic treatment for mild acute sinusitis. Taking antibiotics also increases the chance that you can develop a drug-resistance strain of bacteria living in your upper respiratory tract.
I didn't get my cysts removed - I was told to 'blast it' with antibiotics and a steroid nasal spray (Nasonex - one of the best apparently), which I did and it seemed to work. However I was really ill for 9 months (April-Dec) and am still battling to get there some days. A lot of my symptoms have disappeared. I am still left with memory problems, fatigue (although not as bad) and hearing problems. I never did get to that ENT - they cancelled my appointment and so I never made another one.
one pill and i had enough. it made me feel horrible and really nervous. im still dizzy but i think the nasonex and clarinex were starting to help. no one seems to care about it because its not happening to them.
I just wanted to say that I am now getting relief with the Nasacort and Singulair, along with saline irrigation every day, and an air cleaner in my bedroom. Now..I don't know if the meds are helping or if this has run its' course. Even though I had the allergy testing and it came back severe on most everything, I'm still not sure it's allergies. So I haven't decided if I'm going to have the shots. Just to be safe though I'm cleaning everything.
Thanks to Duchess47, Wepst and JDanMan for your comments and suggestions. I will seriously look into all of your suggestions and hope that it's just some seasonal allergy thing. Thanks again.
It is time to try an alternative. Start doing the following breathing exercise daily and it will help all your ear problem. - Deep Breath-in through left nostril keeping right nostril closed then - Breath-out through right nostril keeping left nostril closed then -Deep Breath-in through right nostril keeping left nostril closed then - Breath-out through left nostril keeping right nostril closed and repeat this cycle for 15 minutes twice a day.
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