Flonase throat

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I suffer from bad sinus, chronic sinusitis year round but this day I decided to go to the ER, the only looked at the symptoms which brought me there which was my headache and the pressure. They gave me flonase and saod to take sudafed. Its the fourth day and I can breath but I noticed on the back of my tongue red dots, like enlarged and the back of it looks dry. Its hard to swallow right now. I can breath fine just that everytime I breath, I can feel the back of my throat.
He thought it was a nasal infection and was creating a drainage problem. So he gave me some Flonase and said come back in two weeks if it doesn't go away. So two weeks go bye and it didn't change a thing. I went to the doctor again and he took an x-ray and he gave me antibiotics. The x-ray showed nothing. Finally the antibodies slowly made the feeling go away. But the last three days I was on the medication (mid-August) the feeling came back but not as strong.
Then on tuesday my ear started crackling and felt like there might have been fluid in it. This morning(thursday), I woke up with a sore throat (post nasal drip). I have been getting sinus infections about every other month. My ENT told me that I should be on Flonase all of the time, but my nose has been so dry, that when I blow it, there is a little bit of blood in the tissue. I have no allergies, but my nasal passageways seem to be inflamed. I havent taken the Flonase in over a month now.
Hi, if there is nasal congestion you may need to continue with flonase. If it has been given to relieve the congestion around the Eustachian tube, then you can discontinue the spray. There are tubes called ‘Eustachian tubes’ which connect the middle ear to the throat, this balances the air pressure in the ears. This tube can get blocked due to infections of the throat, which can give lead to a feeling of fullness in the ears. So, based on your symptoms you can discuss with your doctor. Regards.
I notice that the ingredient that in Flonase is the same (fluticasone propionate) is the same one used in flonase.. It occurs to me that flonase might even work better because more of the stream of fluticasone propionate would hit the back of my throat and be swallowed, getting more to my esophagus and less to my mouth. The key point though is I can get flonase inexpensively, whereas the flovent is more than I can easily afford.
I notice that the ingredient that in Flonase is the same (fluticasone propionate) as is found in Flovent.. It occurs to me that flonase might even work better because more of the stream of fluticasone propionate would hit the back of my throat and be swallowed, getting more to my esophagus and less to my mouth. The key point though is I can get flonase inexpensively, whereas the flovent is more than I can easily afford.
Hi doctor, I am a 24 year old female and I have had problems with my throat since my younger years. Every year my tonsils will swell during the change of the season from fall to winter. Now that I have gotten older it has gotten worse. For the last year or so my throat has bee continuosly infected off and on. The urgent care doctor has prescribed me antibiotics and flonase and another allergy pill. They say I have a ton of mucus piled up continously in the back pocket of my throat.
for sore throat, aches and couch/congestion. They diagnosed me with step throat, then called me a few days later to say the test came back negative. I finished the Z Pac they prescribed me, but was still sick with soar throat congestion, weezing and a cough. I went back to the Dr. for a second time, and they diagnosed me with allergies. They gave me Allegra, Flonaise, and a round of steroids. I finished the steroids and am taking what they gave me.
I have had a red and burning throat for about a month now! I get small white lesions on my inside cheeks and it feel like a scratch on the right side of my throat when I swallow. All started after using Flonase for several nights. Oral Thrush maybe! Any Ideas.
2 months ago I began using Flonase for allergy prevention purposes. I used it fairly regularly (missing maybe 5 intermittent days out of 60). Apparently I was double dosing during this time (Read directions but remembered them wrong) as I was spraying 4 times up each nasal passage vs. the 2 prescribed). I'm on a 0.05% dose. During this time I would occassionally feel the flonase drain down my throat and I suppose possibly into my stomach).
I know strep and allergies are definitely two different things, but it could be that if he has an allergy issue, his nasal passages and throat get irritated from that and then an infection occurs - the strep throat. This past winter I, myself, got strep throat twice and pneumonia once - the first bout of strep actually landed me in the hospital for 4 days.
2nd request -My daughter has been experiencing feelings of her throat closing up, not getting enough air, and recently having trouble getting her words out . She is 20 yrs old. As a young toddler she suffered from mild case of wheezing and out grew asthma. Then she would have the sensation of having a lump in the throat. She had T & A done 2 yrs ago. Please help us to get her the right kind of treatment.
I have been using Flonase and Prevacid. It seems to be getting a little better. What could be causing this problem?
I cannot seem to resolve the problem of constant clearing of throat. I take Zyrtec D, flonase morning and at night, benedryl at night. I wash my sinuses twice daily.
I never had a dry scratchy throat last so long before, I read somewhere that a tumor in the throat can cause a mild sore throat. so now I'm thinking maybe it's not allergies how can I be sure?
I've been dealing with a persistent, mild sore throat for the last two months. 95% of the time it's a mild itch at the back of my throat that makes me feel like coughing, however over the course of the day I would get what I would describe as flare ups that produces a moderate burning pain that originates either in the larynx or trachea. I have no redness, my tonsils look fine, lymph nodes are good, no PND, no fever or any other symptoms whatsoever.
got flu shot on Dec 4, 2013 been sick ever since, started feelling little under the weather, then coughing with crazy unheard amounts of green mucus came up with the cough, lasted for almost a month, then my throat so sore it was almost making me cry, sore throat and ear pain mostly on right side, the pain was feeling like it went from throat to jawbone and jawbone made teeth feel very sore, looked like strings of green pus in very back of throat, pus also in the folds of my tonsils on the side
For about a little less than month now I have been having this feeling in my throat that won't go away. It's not necessarily a pain, but more of a major discomfort that is affecting my daily life. I noticed it becomes more bothersome with eating or drinking anything. It's as though my throat feels like it's swelling, but it does not seem to affect my breathing.
I have been taking the medicine (Flonase) for a month now but still have a sore throat on and off. He never swabbed my throat either. What could this be? The sore throat is there one day and the next day it's gone. The back of my throat is really red and looks swollen. Could this be a bacterial infection or something from giving oral? Thanks in advance!
Mostly it starts with sinus pain and itching with mild pain in my throat. To be more specific, usually the right side of my throat begins to itch and it feels like someone is trying to poke a finger through my neck from the inside out. Soon after those symptoms begin, my chest begins to itch and I cough. I always cough more at night. I have been to the doctor numerous times in the past year but it just keeps getting worse and more frequent. I have had my thryroid tested.
I live in the SF bay area and for about 10 months now I've been plagued with a chronic, constant throat clearing which sometimes leads to a whooping type of cough. It started when I came down with a cold or flu type illness in Nov. 2006 which passed like any other typical cold/flu, but left me with this throat thing. It's absolutely maddening! And no one seems to know what's going on or what to do to cure these symptoms.
Throat tenderness but not pain (more a feeling that something is there), constant need to clear throat but no coughing, dry feeling in throat, slight pain around jaw, ringing in ears, small round bump with warty temperance right next to uvula.
I have constant mucus in my throat, mostly white or clear ( sometimes in the morning a little brown and dry).
5, and in the last month, he's developed this thing with his throat. He's constantly clearing it. It's totally unconcious, he doesn't realize he's doing it. We've tried asking him if he has something in his throat and he says no, and looks at us like what are you talking about, lol. It's pretty frequent, several times an hour (sometimes several times a minute). Then other times he might go a couple/few hours and not do it at all, or hardly at all.
I went to another doctor upon returning to Chicago. He gave me Allegra and Flonase, then Zyrtec and Flonase, and I would soon add Mucinex. But while the symptoms did get slightly better, it was still a terrible distraction and kept me awake at night. I went to another ENT who had me try antiboitics. After that failed I had a CT scan which showed that my sinuses were fine. That's where I'm at now. I've also tried doing nasal irrigation (which doesn't produce much).
There is similar pain while yawning and a little more so when I talk. There is no horseness,voice changes or generalized throat irritation whatsoever. Turning my head in some directions causes pain in that area. It seems whatever I do that involves the hyoid bone or whatever it is attached to, causes pain. I've never been injured to the face, neck, head or throat.
my problem is that I have a constant feel of flem in my throat, and need to clear it or cough all the time. I have been taking mucinex, it's not helping. I also take zyrtec for allergies. I don't feel a post nasal drip going on. what could this be?
5, but has been as high as 100.5. When I woke up this morning and took a look at my throat using a flashlight, I noticed that it was quite swollen. I do have allergies, and the pollen count is fairly high, so that may be the cause. I am taking Allegra 180mg daily, along with Flonase 60mg daily to help with my allergies. After checking my throat about an hour after seeing the swelling, I noticed that it didn't look as swollen as before.
Even with the above mentioned measures, I produce quite a bit of phlegm, PND, I clear my throat constantly, and I have some throat pain (not like a sore throat, though.) What can I do to make this go away? Would Mucinex or antihistimes help?
I have been having throat issues since march 08. At the same time I had bronchitis or possibly pnuemonia. I have this feeling that something is in my throat or something is swollen. I went to a pulmonary doc. because I had wheezing about every two weeks that would last for a couple of minutes. Nothing drastic. It would not keep me from breathing just more of a annoying problem. My lung doc tested my blood for several tests.
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