Nasonex and depression

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This explains your jaw pain, dizziness and sinus pressure although you may also have an infection and I hope this has been ruled out. Your depression and anxiety may be stemming from all of this or since you've suffered with depression before...this may have triggered it again. I would address the sinus issue and see if you feel better and if not you may want to talk to someone about your anxiety and depression. Get a second opinion of the nasal teeth and go from there.
The 40 sum doctors I've seen, believe that I just have anxiety/depression, chronic pain disorder and there is nothing they can do to treat the tumor, as they believe it's not causing any of my symptoms. My symptoms are (for me being a 30 year old male); anxiety, depression, chronic debilitating fatigue, headaches like you would not believe, unable to wake up in the morning, but can't sleep at night...it's as if my cortisol levels are completely backwards.
I am being treated for anxiety and depression and the depression had been controlled for appx. 7 weeks. Last week an ENT physician put me on Ceftin, Nasonex & Medrol Dosepak for allergic rhinitis. Yesterday the depression returned full force. Is it possible this is due to the Medrol? I'm on day 5 of the Dosepak. Thank you!
She is taking no medication except Sudafed, Nasonex, and Patanase for a little congestion that her regular doctor noticed (and because allergy season is pending). When the headache gets bad, she takes two Advil.
I've been to the doctor and he said it might be depression and recommended I see a therapist. I don't think it is. I do not feel upset or depressed at all. Along with these symptoms, I have this feeling of pressure all over my head, that goes along with the feeling like there is...something inside the head I guess is the best way to put it ? Feels like something is pressing on my skull a bit from the inside. Nothing extreme....But its a numb kind of feeling.
I have been refered to a neurologist and i go this thur to start testing to rule out things. I know that the anxiety and depression are only getting worse and i am a happy person most always but not when i am feeling like this. I have done alot of research and i am thinking that i may have meineres disease cause ER says everything looks great so i am hoping to find some answers. So what has been working best for you all for the dizzy episodes. They are for sure no fun and effect my well being.
My parents died within 9 months of each other and everyones been telling me I had depression. Well my symptoms seem to come and go. When I dont feel crappy im my normal self. Bit when they come back I get extremely tired my right ear pain comes and goes and my sinuses are horrible. I dont usually have a runyy nose but the pain is awful. I also git my tonsills out 4 weeks ago and everytime I would start feeling like this my throat would swell up and I would get white patches on my tonsills too.
I do suffer from depression and anxiety and also have a disorder called Complex Regional Pain Syndrome after an accident which causes constant pain in my right leg, back and neck and do suffer from stiffness around the back and neck, it is a disorder in the secondary nervous system which is where the pain we get is triggered from and usually the nervous system calms down after pain but with me it thinks it is constantly in pain.
I'm the 3-time loser with sinus infection and bronchitus 3 times in a row,over a whole winter,spring,and summer. All he has me doing is: Using Nasonex nose spray,(should I use Flonase?)using saltwater nose spray, five days of Zithromax(again)after which he wants me to use Septra(which I used for years,and it does not work on me anymore,cause of built-up tolerance)and since I have not used the Septra for 2 or 3 years,he says the Septra will work on me;so does the pharmacist.
am 25 year old male have had some same seemingly mysterious, often sudden and debilitating symptoms as most of you, plus some other psychological issues, bad dreams and depression issues. and just general malaise. have been doing research including wheat/gluten allergies, celiac's disease, lymes and environmental allergens. i would definitely suggest looking into the candida yeast overgrowth issues. have tried candida diet and felt physical relief but is very stressful on a low budget.
I don't know what to say and how to help my husband at all anymore. The depression is spiraling him down and all we hear is that they just 'can't raise him'. That it isn't safe. I worry what he will turn to when he doesn't get help and that the doctors just don't understand or care to listen. Does anyone have any advice or know anything that either helps slow down tolerance or turn back the clock?
The symptoms and story that you describe are most consistent with migraine headaches and/or depression. Twitching is not a typical symptom of multiple sclerosis, although it can present with vertigo and numbness (but the numbness is usually more focal [not both hands at once]). Given your symptoms of vertigo an ENG (electro-nystagmogram) might help determine the etiology (central [brain] vs peripheral [ear]).
Doctor gave a shot of cortisone and a Prescription for Nasonex yesterday. The cortisone started to woek in 3 hrs and the vibrating eardrum stopped this morning completely. The Dr. said it was sinus related and the pressure within the eardrum was causing the vbibration.
i think this feeling caused a severe bout of anxiety, panic attacks and depression. I now have the BPPV back after a long spell and realise the difference between feeling normal and THIS feeling.It's like permanently having the flu and you just can't wait to get home...but it doesn't go away. I am listing some similarities in what I have read if anyone sees this too please comment.
About six months ago my left neck began to hurt and I noticed what I thought was a lump there. I went to a head and neck specialist and he said that I had inflammtion of my Carotid artery(Carotidynia). The lump, I guess, was just the bifurcation of my artery that was swollen. The doctor told me to take an anti-inflammatory(ibuprophen) for 2 weeks. The pain finally diminished, but about a month later it started in my right neck.
I've been on several forums and you'd be surprised how many people have chronic sinus problems or allergies and how it causes such fatigue and depression. My sinus problems won't go away, and when they flare up it makes me nervous and even gives me panic attacks. Some days it's almost impossible to get out of bed. It's frustrating and my experience is that you almost have to force doctors to deal with you, because many just want to dismiss the problems as not being serious.
Mine is little different because where ever I am at this smell stays in, my room , at work and in my car.. and the smell changes all the time it depends what I eat. I also get thursty If I dont drink water. I start to get a dry throat and mouth... If i drink anything else that is not water my breath gets worse.. please help!
I developed an anxiety disorder, depression, and an immense fatigue. I went on all appropriate medications, only to learn a few months later that it was all being caused by minor sleep apnea - they said my tonsils were swollen, but said nothing else about the actual cause of the apnea. However, some symptoms have gone ignored, and the sleep apnea is not improving with treatment, so I decided to investigate them.
I am beginning to get into a sort of depression because of these feelings I have and want them to stop but nothing helps. I am hopeless and this is no way to live. Its good to know that other people feel the same way but frustrating that everyone's doctors dont know what this is!!!
I'm so tired from this constantly happening that I don't want to go to work, look awful and don't feel that I can breathe properly.My chest near the throat and breastbone is tight. I saw my GP and she gave me Nasonex and said to keep taking antihistimines or Codral Cold tablets (night time ones) I've been doing that for 2 weeks now and there has been absolutely no improvement.
easier to keep eyes closed than to open and gets worse on rising whatever time of the day; eyes blurry; causing depression and mismanagement of his time, more so now than ever. Has taken Nasonex with little relief. Would truly appreciate recommendations, as you see plausible. Thank you.
I went to an ENT who ran sinus CT Scan which came up mostly negative aside slight mucus build up. A touch to the forontal passages and my ears want to explode. Aside from daily doses of Nasonex, which don't appear to be working is there I went to another general doctor who ran blood test, carotid doppler test, ekg head CT scan of the head which all came back negative.
about 10 weeks ago i woke up dizzy and didnt know why, it was my sister wedding and i thought maybe just nerves. i took sea sick meds (wedding was on a yacht) and it helped a little bit. after another few weeks it didnt go away and it scared me so much that i didnt want to go anywhere thinking i would get dizzy. I went to my GP and she looked and said i looked fine, called for blood work and told me to go to a neurologist. blood work came back NORMAL.
Head pulses then anxiety rush by Ja_van Send Message View Profile Ja_van , Jan 17, 2008 01:22PM Tags: stress, brain, pulses, head Hi there,I'm 46 yr old male.Have been a smoker(casual,less than 10cigs a day) for approximately 15-20 yrs.Quit last year in June,cold turkey! after learning that a close friend was diagnosed with a brain tumour.During these last 6 months,been having mild pulsing top left of head by forehead followed by feeling of anxiety rushing to my stomach.
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.
You might try to get in with your primary and see if he/she will prescribe some thing like Nasonex and/or Astepro. Nasonex is a nasal steroid which reduces inflammation of the sinus passages and therefore reduces allergy symptoms. There are many other name brands for that class of medicine. Astepro is a nasal spray antihistamine. It stops the sinus cells from reacting to allergens. There are only two meds in this category. Astepro and Patanase.
Go to Google and type in "Nasonex side effects" almost on the top of the page you will see a headline "patients ratings and comments", you will find that some of these people have almost the same side effects as you have, especially about the nightmares. I only read about four comments, but there are tons of them. It looks like your mom is suffering from agorophobia. Sometimes anxiety, as well as depression can be inherited.
She is soo tired of being ill .I am sad and feel helpless . She is also on nasonex nose spray for her sinusus.
I used to always clear my throat and cough...since having an air purifier in my home that covers the whole house; I've totally stopped that and found it to help all my children even in the midst of this WI winter - we've had no colds or flu or other respiratory ills. Here's some obvious signs in your own home that can indicate a need simply for air purification.
A doctor explained to me that most of the nasal sprays when used more than once or twice actually irritate the sinuses and cause inflammation which makes things worse. Nasonex does not do that. Clairitin - just a simple allergy medicine. To be honest I never really noticed a difference between taking it and note... Does your doc want you to come back and repeate the "breath in a tube" test? That's the only way to tell if the medicines are working.
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