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The end result is that I eliminated coffee and alcohol (as much as i can) and do the nasal spray with the daily claritin and I feel better than I have felt in a long time. Hope this information is helpful to some, if not all of you.
After some CT scans, heart and blood pressure monitors, blood work, etc, they haven't found anything majorly wrong and determined it was a blocked eustacian tube and told me to take Claritin and Flonase nasal spray. I've been on that for 3 weeks and it's only partially helped. Now the dizziness/imbalance only bothers me when I am walking around alot or moving my head/neck alot. Don't feel like I'm going to pass out but it's still an unpleasant feeling.
I never put two and two together. My anxiety (which I really didnt think I had) was causing this problem. I was on sooooo many different sinus meds. Since my anxiety is starting to get under control (knock on wood), I havent had any who-who headed feelings. Now, I also had seen in some articles that thyroid disorders can cause anxiety (not 100% sure, please check that). So, what I would suggest, get tested for allergies to make sure it is or isnt that.
Came back negative. I have continued to use the Rhinocort along with Sudafed and Claritin D. I then began to experience slight jaw pain in the area below the ear. Hurts when I chew. Internist xrayed my jaw to rule out TMJ, and that came back negative. He has no other suggestions. I went for about 1 1/2 weeks until this past Monday, with no feeling of fullness or anything. The slight jaw pain was still present. On Monday, it begun to feel not normal again.
I'm 56, female, athletic. It seems to me that we're all talking the same thing, with slight presentation differences. The name people come up with for their understanding of what "it" is, and their groups and communities they follow, all seem to be the same, basically.
It is ONLY on highways that I have difficulty. I believe that speed and visual cues together are somehow causing this. However, when I am a passenger, I really do not have any problems. It is only when I am driving.
The goal of immunotherapy is to rewire the immune system so it no longer overacts to allergens and causes hay fever. Putting It All Together If you have an underlying sleep-breathing problem such as obstructive sleep apnea or upper airway resistance syndrome then it’s likely that you’ll have some kind of allergies or nonallergic rhinitis, whether mild or severe. Not only will your nose be overly sensitive to allergens or weather changes, it can also be irritated by your stomach juices.
i have been suffering from debilatating allergies/sinus probs, fatigue, and dizziness for about a year now. i do have allergies to mold, dust, milk products, and corn products. my allergy doc says my symptoms are all from allergies, but i have been trying everything 2 avoid the allergens, been getting allergy shots, tried numerous allergy medications, with no help from anything! does anyone else experience this type of thing? i seriously feel like i am getting so depressed.
I did ask my GP about this, and she looked in my ears and said my eardrums looked slightly swollen, and prescribed me Flonase, an allergy nose spray and to take Claritin daily, although my allergies have never been so bad as to warrant that. Nothing seems to be helping so far, and it's really starting to hurt me at work as I work in a bar, and if I can't hear my customers orders... For the record, I'm a 28 year old female, and this has only occurred in the last 6 months.
Sometimes it just happens for seemingly no reason. So far doctors have tried Flonase and Claritin thinking allergies. Didn't work. They then gave us Ventolin puffer to try to see if that helped, it didnt. Today they gave us Flovent to try twice daily. The only things he's really said to us are: it feels like something's pushing on his stomach, and a couple times he's mentioned the "throw up" and once he said about the "juicys in my throat".
It's your life and if you're paying someone to help you put the pieces back together, dangit they had better bring glue and instructions. And maybe you just suffer from chronis sinus infections. I suffer from frequent constipation and there's no underlying cause. I'm just not regular! (: I hope that even if what you're experiencing is not anxiety, you find out what it is. You deserve to be happy and worry/pain-free!
Off the top of my head nasonex, rhinocort, astelin, nasaril, zyrtec, cingulair, entex, claritin and D, histex, prednisone (4 inflammation in my ears and sinuses), flonase, chlorpheniramine, atarax, phenylephrine......just off the top of my head LOL I remember when nasocort first hit the market and when they discontinued the powder form!
I did ask my GP about this, and she looked in my ears and said my eardrums looked slightly swollen, and prescribed me Flonase, an allergy nose spray and to take Claritin daily, although my allergies have never been so bad as to warrant that. Nothing seems to be helping so far, and it's really starting to hurt me at work as I work in a bar, and if I can't hear my customers orders... For the record, I'm a 28 year old female, and this has only occurred in the last 6 months.
I can't even take the cough medicine I use to take with 5mg of pseudoephedrine because they now cause side effects. Oh and Flonase did absolutely nothing for the nasal congestion and I was on 50mcg, 2 puffs each nostril twice a day for 4 weeks. I am starting allergy shots soon here but the doctor doesn't want to start them until we get the "reactive airways" under control.
Regular saline irrigation does not work in the upper sinuses, because of gravity, but the Sinus Flush defeats gravity. It works incredibly well with bacterial and viral infections, and some but not all fungal infections. The Flip-Turn is the original, and still the best Sinus Flush. WARNING! DISCLAIMER! The technique in this manual involves bending over in a hot shower. Obviously, if you bend over in a shower, there is a slight possibility that you can get dizzy and fall down.
He's also on DDAVP for bloody noses, Singulair, Patonal, Flonase, Allegra, Flovent, Albuterol, and topical cream for eczema.
He told me that, rather than getting the expensive Rx for the guafenesin, use the Robitussin Guafenesin. So, between THAT AND the Flonase, I've been keeping that blocked feeling AND the dizziness at bay. I ALWAYS have the Robitussin G. on hand, at least 2 bottles of it I've gotten away from the Flonase. But, I know what you all mean re. the dizziness and 'squishy' feeling near your ears.
Once I completed the round, the blurred vision, and head pressure came back.. I have been using Alavert D12 and Flonase for past week. Just recently, have had vision issues again and dizziness. I cannot even ride in the car, I get like- car sick, too much motion. Then I feel panicky, because my head is not clear and the ENT office states that dizziness is normal. I am now starting to feel pressure on left ear, and I just do not want to have surgery.
But once or twice a month, I sneeze uncontrollably, hundreds of times, all day long, and nothing, not Allegra-D, not Claritin, not Benadryl, will stop it. And the weird thing is, this sneezing is NOT accompanied by the usual itching. When I have a "sneezing day," I am nonfunctional. All events are canceled. It is absolutely exhausting. I sometimes wonder if it has anything to do with weather or barometric changes; it seems like it rains or there's a temp.
I just started having the same symptoms, I went to a nurse the other day and she gave me flonase but based on other comments above I think I need to go to a doctor and make sure it is not something more like a staph infection.
I know some people who have done it and they say it worked well for them. But for now, I've added Claritin D (12 hr) to my daily pill-poppin regimen and it seems to have lessened my squirts. Of course now, this will be a new addiction! I know exactly what you mean about going cold turkey too! Anxiety sets in when I don't get my "fix." This of course makes breathing that much harder to bear.
my lymph nodes on the right side of my neck are enlarged and they insist that I have chronic allergies. I have used Augmentin, claritin, allegra, flonase, ibprofin 800. I have been referred to a ENT and is awaiting authorization. I can relate to other writers that I feel tired most of the time; sleepy, loss of appetite and at one point I felt like I was slipping away; very non-active. I smoked for 30 years and I quit smoking in early 2004.
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.
After I got home to the US, I suffered significant pain for weeks while I was drugged on Tramadol and they tried everything (Flonase, Claritin, etc.) to drain my ears with no luck. I saw ENT and she said she has never seen as severe case of Eustacian Tube Dysfunction in an adult. I eventually got ear tubes last week after the pain became too much to bear--my eardrums began to perforate(sp?) under the pressure and I was at risk of bursting my eardrums. The tubes helped...
I suffer from the condition Cronic hives sense I was a little girl, but 6 months ago I started having problems with the constantly smelling of cigarette smoke, I take claritin and Benadryl, Glad to found this page I don't feel alone and I knoe I 'm not crazy.Please I need Help.
here i go....so for the last 6 months i have had itchy eyelids...my eye doctor told me it was due to mild allergies and prescribed eye drops which didnt help in the least so i turned to over the counter allergy medicine which hasn't helped either (so i dont think it's allergies) and in the last 3 weeks not only are my eyelids itchy but when i wake up in the morning my upper eye lids are bright red and swelled up so bad that its embarassing!!!!
For a few weeks now I have woken up with hives on my legs, arms, stomach, and so on. I've tried zyrtec and claritin and neither has really helped. Xyzal seems to work the best. The keep putting me on prednisone, because it is the only thing that will make the hives go away.....I am younger then most of you as I am in middle school......it is so frustrating because I am missing so much school.....any advice???
I find that things I could not eat before I can now,( dairy etc ) but I become allergic to different foods and drugs.My research shows that one drug and one food together or two foods together can cause a reaction, so its not an easy road .I need to keep my skin cool and dry, I dont do any heavy exercise,I dont get stressed, I only eat fresh food ( no packets ) I dont eat nuts, I dont eat junk food and I limit alcohol to half a glass.
I've had tinnitus for 11 years, the thumping started last week, The Dr couldn't find anything wrong so I did some research and tried claritin and sudafed, they both stopped it temporarily, then i tried vitamin B 6, just one a day and it alone has stopped the thumping, so happy. B6 is good for you anyway. Good luck!
I'm so sorry for everyone's suffering. I understand as I've had hives now for five months. They only time they went away and I had relief was on a huge dose of prednisone. I was feeling healthy when they began back in April. I also started getting chills, shooting pains in my toes, a very sore thoat, & swollen lymph glands. I developed a sinus infection which has been treated now with an antibiotic and an antifungal (CT scan shows it's clear).
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