Nasonex expiration

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In June this year I noticed wheezing, mostly when lying down at bedtime and when waking up - some days worse than others, with some (asthma-like) difficulty during inspiration and whistling during expiration. This gets better during the day. My physician prescribed Advair (little help) and a pulmonary specialist gave me Singulair and Nasonex. Singulair seems to help. He tends to blame the condition on allergies.
The water usually has an expiration date. Don’t buy a regular bottle of regular drinking water or spring water. This water contains more contaminants than you think—not enough to make you sick if you drink it, but you don’t want to add them to the other germs you are working to get out of your sinuses. Buy some table salt without iodine. Iodine is an irritant to some people. Sea salt is okay, as long as it has the same size grains as table salt.
I have an appointment with another ENT tomorrow and plan on crying, kicking and screaming to get something done because at this point everyone wants me to just keep using Nasonex and Allegra D which only makes the cough drier rather than helping.
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