Flonase and blood pressure

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Avatar n tn If so, this can be caused by low blood pressure.
Avatar n tn Her doctor had her on Claritin-D 24 Hour but then told her that would affect her because her family has a history of high blood pressure. She then placed her on Flonase. Now she had panic attacks and heart palipatations so she stopped taking it. What's the next step and is it true about allergy meds being a concern with high blood pressure candidates? She's healthy now other than the not being able to breathe, coughing, and itchy dry eyes.
Avatar n tn You can get tested by an allergist and have them look for heavy metals in the blood, as well as ordinary allergies to food and pollen. A general doc should also do normal blood checks for all of the following: Vitamin, mineral, and amino acids deficiencies; anemia; again heavy metal toxicity; blood sugar levels; and perhaps do an adrenal hormone panel for you.
Avatar n tn low blood pressure 86/60 (it usually runs 100/70). When the blood pressure gets too low, I feel the blood running through the veins in my legs, and abdomen, especially the neck/head. I've been tested for diabetes-only abnormality is very mild insulin resistance, for which I take Metformin (500 mg. w/ breakfast; 250mg. with lunch). Blood sugar tests have been in the low to mid 90's, with the exception of one that reached 101. I was tested for Lyme, Sjogren's, B12 deficiency, CBC's - all normal.
345124 tn?1234486878 my blood pressure was okay. i didnt have a temperature. she prescribed me claritin, flonase, and singulair. they help the symptoms a bit but i still get those spooky dizzy spells, sometimes even waking up in the middle of the night to them. i also still get a lot of crackling in my ear. she just prescribed me lexapro for my anxiety.
Avatar n tn After the initial 6 weeks there were some changes, the pressure decreased on average, the pressure attacks were not as severe, and at times the pressure disappeared for hours. I have noticed that it is often triggered by loud environments, or a busy/stressful workday, but not exclusively, sometimes it could happen right when I woke up in the morning.
Avatar n tn My face feels like it is going to explode from pressure, my nose constantly runs, my throad gets sore a lot, and my ears hurt. I had surgery two years ago to remove tissue from my nose to enlarge my sinuses and it did help...but now I am back to square one. I take Zyrtec, Flonase and anything else to help, also have been on COUNTLESS antibiotics. I also have asthma and it is making it flare up. I use my inhalers and Singulair for that regularly.
Avatar f tn For example, when i tell someone a stressful story or when i get really angry, I can feel the blood rising into my head and some pressure, then my head starts to pound. I have to stop, take some deep breathes, and try to relax. Also, yesterday I went to the gym to workout on the machines. When I start to intensify the reps, I held my breath to push that last couple of turns. I felt some pounding rising in my head. I immediately stopped and walked around for a bit.
Avatar n tn Since November 06, I started to feel pins and needles in my left arm that eventually spread to my right arm. The pins and needles got progressively worse in December and January. Most nights, I harly slept because of the pain. Due to the part work that I did which was very physical at the time, I figured my problem was related to that so I stopped. I told my doctor who recommended some physical therapy. It seemed to work and I did get some relief.
Avatar f tn I am a 37 yo female with no serious illness, aside from severe allergies (taking Allegra D & Flonase) and just recently had a 'thyroid storm' (taking Levoxyl). Have always had low or normal blood pressure except for twice related to pregnancy. 11 years ago, pre-eclampsia during last 8 weeks with BP ranging 135/99 to 147/131, headaches and protein in urine. On bed rest, diuretic meds and lots of testing, bp kept getting higher, so delivered by c-section 1 week early.
Avatar f tn I told him that when I lie down on my stomach and lift my head I get this pressure and pain and my hearing goes, he checked my throat, my ears and pushed his fingers under my eyes and told me I was fine. I just think that I have done some nerve damage or something, and find it more frustrating than anything that I still suffer with it! Thanks for replying!
Avatar n tn I've been to various doctors and have been urged to try decongestants, loratamine-based OTC's, Flonase, and antiobiotics. While the symptoms did mitigate and kind of have since flat-lined, it seems that the mitigation of symptoms wasn't really associated with any of those medications (it's too lengthy to explain the timeline here of what I took when, etc.). Anyway, I've had two CT Scans--one of my sinuses that found evidence of past sinus infection, a nasal bone spur, and a deviated septum.
Avatar n tn The same tingling sensation came on, but rapidly spread over my entire head and there was a dull pressure at the top and back of my skull. I felt weak and nauseous the entire day and seriously thought I was having a stroke or something. This went on for about eight or nine hours and into the evening, at which time I took a long walk with a friend which seemed to break my spell.
Avatar m tn The doctor also mentioned that sometimes people just get high CSF pressure sort of like high blood pressure and it can be treated with medication.
1582790 tn?1296610539 I'll first post my symptoms --------------------------------------------- - Tons of Mucus when I wake up and throughout the day - I wake up lie in bed I'm fine, it's not until I stand up I feel like something adjusts in my head (mucus) and there's pressure in the top of my head and middle, not a headache though. Feel a bit dizzy and my ears kind of need popping. 20-30 minutes after standing pressure relieves a bit along with dizziness.
Avatar n tn However, I don't think that was the case. My ear has been feeling on and off pressure over the last 2 months, and now it is very annoying. My hearing ability seems to be OK, though sometimes my ears feel sensitive to loud or unusual sounds. When I swallow, I hear a crackling sound in my ear, not very loud at all, but pretty consistent. Also, just recently, the area near my glands has felt some pressure that seems to be tied into my ear problem.
Avatar f tn I have extreme sinus pressure which causes my teeth to hurt on my left side, I also take losartan for my blood pressure and my Dr, prescribed me flonase. I am afraid to take it because of the side effects. Can I take it at night or is the morning better. Im usually in pain for a few hours a day.
Avatar n tn 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.
Avatar n tn I just started taking Allegra and Flonase, again. Which I may stop taking. I have been doing fine just going for shots, but had a very bad allergic reaction last week (dogs/cats) and a doctor put me back on these medications. My asthma, which has virtually disappeared, occurs usually if I am around pets for an extensive time or over-exersion from playing sports. Sometimes at night in the summer with the windows being open.
Avatar f tn Often I have full-body myalgia and excessive fatigue when the sinus pressure is acting up. I take Claritin and Flonase and do daily nasal sinus rinses, all of which help, but have not cured anything. I also get brief ear aches and throat pain, with pain in my neck that a nurse practitioner told me was probably inflamed eustacian tubes. These pains never last long, maybe 3 hours before going away, and it might take several days to return.
Avatar m tn Doctor listened to heart, carotid arteries, and conducted EKG (all OK) and scheduled a stress test. Changed Flonase to Nasonex and added additional 10mg Lisinopril – now 30mg). Discussed aging as cause of potential tinnitus in left ear. Continued to conducted regular gym workouts. Two days later (17 Mar 11) I awoke with left rear temporal lobe, upper neck sensations/aches, and increased pressure in ears.
Avatar m tn My current issues – Head sensations in clusters (top, sides, and back of head), back pain/aches, bone aches in thighs, calves, and fingers, rushing sound in left ear at night or in quiet room, and pressure in rear sometime entire head. Also my scalp has been itchy for past 2-3 months. Have CT, MRA, and ENT Specialist scheduled in next two weeks. Am worried about underlying issues even as recently prescribed medications are dulling the sensations, aches, and pains. My recent history is below.
Avatar n tn This just happened again to my thumb after 10 years and my cardiologist prescribed high blood pressure meds...and I DON'T have high blood pressure, I've been running for 25 years! If anyone has a diagnosis please share...I know your frustration.
Avatar n tn I have been to about 30 doctors- including ENT's allergists, neurologists, chiropracters, opthamologists. psychologists, dentists and everything else u can think of. All CT scans, MRI of brain and blood work keep coming back clean and ok. Nothing I try seems to work. There was a period of time about 3 and a half years ago that the symptoms lifted for about 4 months and then it returned full force.
Avatar m tn He put me on a low sodium diet and gave me script for perscription blood pressure meds( a diuretic). I don't have high blood pressure. But it saved my life. I was to point so dizzy couldn't walk or stand and my words would slur only sometimes. I have a constant pressure in my ears. I have been on this diet for a few years and I have been great. If I start to feel dizzy or pressure I take a diuretic. Maybe you have something similar. You can try it out before going to dr.
Avatar n tn Such as, when I travel south to other states, or east to Toronto area, I feel better. The tightness and pressure is not as bad there. I can get away with just taking Claritin-D and not having to take flonase. When I am back home my symptoms are worst and taking all these meds don't completely relieve my symptoms. Does being surrounded by couple of lakes have anything to do with the way I feel? Also, I feel that when I take flonase my sinus discomfort gets worst, such as sinus pain.
Avatar n tn I can't postulate a connection between your various conditions and I can't comment on your high blood pressure without more information on the actual blood pressure readings. If you are taking an inhaler called Albuterol (Proventil), it could cause your heart rate to be elevated. I suggest that you have a thorough evaluation by a good general internist to get to the bottom of your problems. I hope you find this information useful.
Avatar m tn Went to a GP, was given doxycycline for inner ear infection (she guessed) and sinus pressure (maybe?), that didn't help. Given a higher dose of meclizine, plus Flonase. Didn't help. Was sent for an MRI. Lo and behold, white matter lesions. Being sent to a neurologist... but no appointments available for weeks.
Avatar n tn -constant head pressure, all around my skull and base of neck -facial pressure, but comes and goes -ear pressure, with tinnitus and 'fullness' -headaches, with numerous intensities on different sides at different times -TMG, with jaw hurting when I chew -eye vision becomes blurry, feeling of eyes jumping and bulging out -constant fatigue, wake up feeling like I've been hit by a truck with body aching and joints aching especially in my back -poor blood circulation, extremities get tingl
Avatar m tn My wife now wants to do HCG and I'm going to do it with her. HCG improved my blood pressure and blood sugar readings. I've reduced my dependence on Flonase for spring allergies. I've learned how to eat less and eat healthier. For me I'm glad I did it, although, its tough and a last resort for those that have "tried everything.