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Is it safe for a person with Afib to use Flonase or Nasonex on a daily basis? Do they contain stimulants that might trigger an Afib episode?
It is ment for inhaling but you modify the opening by placing a baby bottle nipple on it and cutting the tip so that it can be used for the nose. He said that this has the same ingredients as Nasonex but in powder form. Since Nasonex is liquid it simply drips away, the powder sticks around longer. I just saw the doctor this week, polyps have not returned, the Flovent is working. I can smell and taste, and my allergies are under control. I just got over a cold, no sinus infection.
I also have Nasonex and Allegra for allergies. If anyone knows how these drugs will interact with one another please let me know. Also I had depakote but it made me feel like a zombie will Topamax do the same since it is also an anticonvulsant?
so it's only what i eat as the day goes on. it's so strange.
one is that if you are taking any type of allergy med then absolutely the meds would effect your heart especially if in reading the ingredients on the medications the contents end w. the word "phrine" which is a big no no for anyone w. any type of arrthymic issues....the second thought is that when individuals have allergys obviously there is a strain on the body that to me could cause the electrical pattern of the heart to misfire via coughing, sneezing, sinus, etc.
I'm curious, did the baby asprin have aspartame or sucralose in it? (Ingredients) Did giving it up help any? I hope so!
Here I am working in PVC(poly vinyl chloride) industry. It involves a lot of dust. All the ingredients we use for production are in powder form. So the environment is very dusty. I heard a loud noise one day and from that day my problem started. I have terrible pain in my left ear so I consulted an ENT specialist here. The doctor told me that the pain was not due to the noise and it was due to blockage in the path between nose and ear. She gave me a decongestant tablet and a nasal spray.
-Have taken: Nasonex, Astepro(makes me drowsy), Veramyst, Flonase, Omnaris- No change -Had deviated septum surgery with reduction of turbinates- No change -Had uvulectomy- No change -Use a nasal rinse- Helps a little but still cough -Affrin helps to clear congestion, but only use it very infrequently Allergies: -Tested positive for seasonal allergies (birch, ragweed, mold etc) -Tested negative for fool allergies -Was on a gluten and lactose free diet for 8 days- No change Current Meds: Singu
or GOOGLE RECIPE FOR NETI POT, SAME INGREDIENTS AS PACKETS SOLD IN DRUG STORES. You'll be very surprised at the results. My young g/kids use it and swear by it also.. GOOD LUCK, I VERY WELL KNOW THE SINUS ISSUES ARE HORRIBLE.
As a result she and I have become BIG label readers and we're always asking wait staff and food vendors what all their ingredients are. I'm a bit neurotic about it considering I've never anaphylaxed but when my panic attacks are centered around allergic reactions it's better just to prevent all allergic reactions if I can.
I used the generic kind because it doesn't have the other two ingredients (tylenol and something else for an exporatant). About 3 hours after taking the generic sudafed I have found reason to live again! My nose is not totally clear, but I feel like God doesn't hate me anymore. I just checked the label and it has the phelyephrine in it, not the pseudo one! Thanks for the info.
I don't believe you are actually addicted to the ingredients in the nasal spray as much as you are addicted to what it does. You see, when you use a nasal spray regularly, it causes your nasal passages to open, then a "rebound" effect afterwards. Meaning that the passages close up as soon as it wears off (usually tighter than before). This causes a vicious cycle because you need to keep using it to open them which continually causes the rebound effect.
During the past 4 years or so I've used used several different Nasal sprays (Nasonex, Flonase, Astelin, etc.), pills (Allegra, Zyrtec, Claritan, etc.), even this nasal irrigation device. None of them seemed to work for me with the exception of Claritan-D, a 24hr pill that I take daily, which helps slightly. Recently, I was considering doing allergy shots but before starting them I decided to see an ENT Dr to get his opinion on if I should or not and he told me no.
He takes Singulair and Flovent daily, Xopenex as needed and has been on pulmicort, Zyrtec and nasonex. This last Croup attack Tuesday was a 911 call. It came on with in an 1 hour of us checking on him in bed. He was in severe respitory distress and had to be given Epinepherine 4 times at the hospital. He also has Decadron on every attack. This was the most severe as he usually can recover from 1-2 doses of Racemic Epinepherine. Please help us!
I found that my dizziness was directly related to the amount of pressure I felt in my sinuses, and that the further along I got in my shots, the less pressure I felt and the better I felt. I also started using Nasonex, which I believe helped also. I stopped taking allergy shots 6 months ago, and recently have started feeling the dizziness again. I got a pretty bad cold last weekend, and have been VERY dizzy.
It is Guaifenesen, which is the basic component of some expectorant-type cough medicines, but without all the other ingredients. I have had medical doctors and pharmacists tell me this is a very begnign product with no side effects that can be used every day if needed. Take with a large quantitiy of water, as the instructions say. This has worked wonders for me. Good luck.
The body can't really use that form of calcium, and the things are full of many artificial ingredients and mineral oils. DGL is a reasonable alternative, if you don't find yourself sensitive to licorice root, like I am. So, that stuff didn't help me at all. It might work for other people, though.
Hi, I saw this while researching my problem, and I registered because I just HAD to post! I'll say to everyone, I feel your pain, and how! About two weeks ago, I got sick, and it's the first time I had these coughing fits. It feels like you are choking, and sometimes even coughing violently doesn't help. It happens maybe 4-5 times a day, and when I saw some of the other posts people post here, I knew I wasn't alone with this problem.
1) Anyone used Rhinocort? Is it one squirt or two in each nostril daily? (package insert said one thing, doc said another). 2)Liver issues aside (my doc cleared it) is it safe to use Rhinocort every day or do you have to stop after awhile. 3)Lastly, is there a "re-bound" with these oral steroids? I tried Nasonex for a while and then stopped. Symptons got worse than ever but it may have just been conicidental.
Polyps can be removed by surgery, and the air passages will be opened considerably. A recent study suggests that the prescription drug Nasonex may shrink the polyps. • A defect or injury in the cartilage of the nose, called a deviated septum, can cause chronic blockage in the nasal area. This may be corrected by surgery. • Other irritants can inflame the nasal passages, such as air pollution, cigarette smoke, cigar smoke, and perfumes made from synthetic ingredients.
I'm not sure what part of this wonderful world you live but in Australia all food products must state what ingredients and additives have been put into them. The additives are listed using numbers. So now I'm trying to stay clear of products with these addatives/numbers !! Well it may have nothing to do with them but it can't hurt to try and see if it makes a difference. It may even be the toilet paper I'm using LOL. You said you are 5 months pp, is this your first baby ??
It is 1% clindamycin and 5% benzoyl peroxide, and as I write this it is forefront on my mind that this stuff may be the cause (there has to be an obvious link between my sudden reoccurrance and my recent use of this cream--yesterday). Perhaps some of the ingredients in this stuff are in something you use? Please let me know if any of this sounds familiar to you guys or if you might be able to shed some light on this.
I've used the nasal spray, which will wash out what ever is bothering me, but I still get no relief. I'm using Nasonex, which has been like using nothing. I used Flonase in the past. Same thing. I'm on Benadryl all the time, otherwise I would have an itchy runny nose, sneezing, plus this sinus pain. I can't take ANYTHING for pain. I've been dealing with a kidney issue, so NSAIDs are out. I'm allergic to Tylenol, and I'm allergic to all opiates.
I read all ingredients now and buy carcenagen free ingredients in all my makeup and creams and my eyes are way better!. I am not a doctor but no doctor I have been to knows what this eye problem I had was, and I have been to four doctors even an eye doctor. SO, what I am saying is, this ingredient may or may not be YOUR partticular problem, but I know my skin around my eyes are not itchy or burn and red anymore after eliminating products with Methylparaben in them! Hope this helps any of you.
However, I am trying to follow a gluten free diet( although I am not a celiac). I read all the ingredients in everthing I eat and try to make sure they are not in the foods and I do have some success although there are times when my mouth starts to pick and I have to remember everything I ate to try and pinpoint the culprit. I am also sensitive to egg yolk. Since I have a sensitivity to tomatoes, I have stopped eating everythin that has ketchup in it. I don't even put any on my fries.
I tried attacking both issues, PND and anxiety ... for the PND, I was prescribed Nasonex Nasal Spray (mometasone furoate) which I have been on for nearly 2 months and PND things have settled quite a bit ... I would say half way there, a big noticeable difference, but still a way to go. For the anxiety I started (on advice from a naturopath) magnesium and zinc supplements, as a deficiency in these areas can give you an elevated base anxiety level.
I still suffer with retracted ear drums, take prednisone, clears up and comes back. Life time user of Nasonex, surgery every 10 years for sure, as these surgeries are not permanent. Years ago there was suppose to be a new surgery that would pull my Eustachian tube down into my throat, has anyone heard of this?
For about 6 months he was just taking xyzal, and singulair, along with a nasal steroid spray called nasonex. He also has an epi-pen for emergencies that we havent had to use. He is still currently taking those medications. They started allergy shots about 4 1/2 months ago and he is still currently taking those as well. His symptoms didnt change and about a month and a half ago, I took him back to the family Dr.
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