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I had 2 nasal surgeries, was on allergy shots for 2 years and am now on generic flonase. It works!

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I have been a long time user of prescription steroids, nasal sprays and yes ointments for my eczema and allergies. After having reactions to those, I am now doing the allergy shots every other which has really been a major help. It's wonderful to have a run at the track without having to stop due to allergies.

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9/8/13 6:33 P

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I have been using my netti pot almost every day now. It really seems to help. Sleep is much better.

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Gingerrue--hope you can get some help! I also had a uniquely bad summer. Had mild allergies growing up, but since moving to west Michigan where everything is in bloom, I've developed severe allergies/asthma, but wasn't diagnosed until 4 months ago. (I always thought asthma was something kids had.) And yes, I had one trip to the ER too this summer. Was at the doctor for just a regular visit, when I started having difficulty breathing. (Took a 2 mile walk outside when pollen count was high, but I didn't know I was allergic, so I did it.) The doctor gave me 2 breathing treatments, said it was getting worse, then called an ambulance for me. Got lots of steroid injections, and was told to see an allergy specialist.

If you can see a specialist, that is really helpful! I learned so much---things other commenters have mentioned before (like the pillow encases, mattress encasers, washing all bedding often in hot water, etc.) Taking Zyrtec daily, a mild inhaler (Flovent) twice daily, azelastine nasal spray--prescription. Doing my best to avoid being outside when pollen count is high. Taking allergy shots. Friends have told me that they are really helpful, but it takes awhile before you notice a difference.

The allergist said to follow these 4 steps:
find out what you are allergic too (skin test)
cut down your exposure to those allergens as much as possible
take meds to help
get allergy shots, which in the long run helps you to cut down on other meds.

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Has anyone have had issues of any kind the last couple of months? for over a month I have been congested and asthmatic. I have been on breathing treatments, ER and the regular doctor office and nothing seems to help. I recently started taking Clartin and have been on for a week now and I can't tell if it is working or not.

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What help my allergy is using AZELASTINE HCI NASAL SPRAY once a day in the morning spray twice in each nose

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My indoor and outdoor allergies are controlled,for the most part by taking Fexofenadine daily, Azelastine Nasal spray (4 x a day) and Triamcinolone Acetonide Nasal Spray 2 x a day. I buy the Fexofenadine at Sam's Club, it is a lot cheaper. The nasal sprays are prescription. My allergies consist of grasses, dogs, weeds, trees, etc.

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cetrizine, netti pot, nasonex

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There are such wonderful tips here. I use Claritin . I have never tried a neti -pot but might just look into it . I also heard about the local bee honey and i started trying it. Glad i came across this team!

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A Netty pot has worked wonders for me. My allergist insisted I try it, and it eliminated the need for another series of allergy shots after I moved to a new area with new sources of pollen. Be sure to wash it with hot water and soap after every use and to use purified water when filling it.

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Inhaler sometimes.

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Allergy shots have worked wonders for me, I am allergic to trees, grass, flowers, weeds, but not molds or dust.

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Nose spray, I do not like it but it works.

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Eating local organic produce including honey

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A new thought local bee pollen, may help you it does me but please start with 1/4 teaspoon. Do not refrigerate,

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Hello I am new...but I have fought allergies more than 20 years....
I have had 2 surgeries and been on just about every allergy medicine they make. I have chronic sinusitis - its just part of my life so my main goals are 2 fold- no more antibiotics (you would be shocked how many Ive been on) and no headaches or a headache gone as fast as possible - prevention best.

I rarely sneeze, its all post nasal drip or it stays in the sinuses to cause pressure and pain. I fight it every day not just seasonally - although I change what I do based on seasons.

I take Zyrtec, Nasonex, Astelin, Singular and 2 pseudo ephedrine pills daily I can tell if I miss any of these except Singulair and Astelin - those take me a couple days to notice. I itch like crazy if I forget Zyrtec.

I have an awesome ENT. One of the best I think. He taught Neti bottle - more pressure - sea salt and distilled water. Then recently he added Alkalol to that regimen. It is available CvS and Walgreens. It acts as a mucus thinner and natural antibiotic. You can see it working and thats all Ill say about that as it is gross! But it works!!!! I do it as needed or every day rag weed season or if there are viruses running around school.

My next weapon I found in Feb when I vowed no more antibiotics. It has cured at least 3 sinus infections and prevented many headaches or cured them fast. - Sinus wars - the testemonials on their site read like my life so I tried it. The ones I rely on most are Sinuswars 70 and Sinus wars 8 but I havent tried them all by any means. My hubby was having problems and I gave him 2 of the Sinus wars 70 and in 30 minutes he was gagging on the stuff coming out of his sinuses. The first time I took it it felt like my brain was splitting in half and the gunk - oh my! It works. I am disappointed that it doesnt replace my prescriptions esp the pseudo ephedrine, but hey it replaced the antibiotics and all the Dr visits! I say this to help everyone keep looking for what works for you. Pray about it and see where God leads. Thanks for listening! emoticon

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Nettie pot helps.

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After years of allergy shots (they retest and start over every time you move to a new area), Allegra, and steroidal nasal sprays I've found the best treatment is keeping my bedroom as allergy free as possible. Windows stay closed, bedding gets washed in hot water and dried in the dryer weekly. Carpet vacuumed with a heppa vacuum twice weekly. Furniture dusted with Endust twice weekly, and no pets or plants in the bedroom. I also got a new latex mattress and keep the pillows encased in allergy covers. When the pollen season is really bad I still have to take prescription meds, but that's only twice a year now.

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I just started with shots a few weeks ago. I am also on Allegra, Nasonex and Patonase. My son is on Zyrtec, Nasonex, Singulair & an inhaler since he has the asthma with it. The shots seem to be going well so far for both of us so far. They increased the concentration yesterday though and I have a bit of a headache.

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I have experienced respiratory allergies for near 5 years. Went through the allergy shots, did they help, not sure, tried many meds through samples and nothing helped till Allegra. THe problem is I cannot take the decongestion as it sends my pulse over 150 within 15 minutes and of course that is what I need the most. The other helpful medication was Astelin. This made my world so tolerable, UNTIL health insurance decided only to cover the generic. The generic causes side effects that are not tolerable. (normally I take generic in about any medications). My main symptoms are post nasal drainage, then I get to coughing as I feel like I have a dust ball on one side or other in my throat. The main key to know this is an allergy cough is that I begin to sneeze. Now I am coughing and sneezing and can't breath, then my eyes water and I am a mess. I am a nurse and my patients often ask if they need to get a nurse for their nurse. I sit in the back of the room when at church, meetings, theaters so I can quickly exit. Another helpful hint for me to help get this under control is a starlite mint and ice water.

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I take generic Zyrtec. I also try to limit my time outside when the pollen is highest. I do better exercising in the early morning. Staying indoors for the rest of the day. I use a mask when dusting or cleaning.

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Claritin works if I know ahead of time.

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My doctor prescribed Zyrtec

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I like my Proair inhaler Just use it When throat is clogged My nose is almost always clogged.

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Reaction: sinusitis, chronic bronchitis, asthma, mania, hallucinations, paranoia. What works: Zyrtec, Advair 250/50, Proair inhaler, lithium, tegretol, valium. emoticon

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Right now we are very hot and dry with off and on breezes, so soil is dry and we have plenty of dust in the air--a major problem!! This is about my worst year. Of course, when the rain comes things will blossom and mold will be about, so there too will be problem.

I take allergy medicine as well as pills to reduce phlegm.

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I'm allergic to everything outside very badly (grass, tree pollen - and all other pollen lol) and all dust, furry creatures (cats much less than dogs), and apparently cockroaches (not an issue here thank fully). I mainly have a very dry stuffy noise and and all the mucus goes down the back of my throat (constant cough ans sore throat is the result and very sore sinuses and a lot of pressure). I usually take generic claritin (if pollen counts are high and I'll be outside a lot), Mucinex-D (behind the counter), singular, and an emergency inhaler. Also I breathe in steam with a towel over my head 2-3 times a day to try to loosen up my sinuses. I also use flonase and very rarely afrin. Unfortunetly this is not helping at all this year.

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I use Zyrtec and I have eye drops. My Eye water so bad that it can't see very well.. I also tried Allegra which also work for me.

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I have a regiment. Trust me I know if I forgot just one part of it. I start my morning with the nasal rinse stand up bottle. I then take a zyrtec and that is (if I'm congested and I usually am) followed by Afrin. If my ears are itchy I put a small dab of hydrocortizon 1% right at beginning of the inside part (this was dr. recommended. freaked me out at first). When I get home I take a steam shower to loosen everything and get off any pollen that has stuck to me. I have began to have the eye allergies and have no specific remedy for that yet. I know it sounds like a lot but zyrtec doesn't cue the congestion or the itchy ears.

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DYNAMIST

This spring the Doc gave me a sample of Dynamista, a nose spray that combines Flonase with antihistamine. REVIEW: Couldn't get over the aftertaste, and had to supplement it on the really bad pollen days with the standbys - claritin, zyrtec or benadryl. CONSENSUS- Dynamist is OK for off season, light allergies, or maintenance. Supplement Dynamist during heavy pollen season. P.S. - When they make a nasonex/zyrtec or nasonex/claritin combo, would very much like to try it!

THROAT RINSE + NASAL RINSE COMBO

I've seen posts about nasal rinse. Wanted to broach the topic of combining nasal rinse with throat rinse. This keep my whole throat very clean. It has improved my tastebuds and drastically reduced the amount of sore throats. I used to be a slave to honey-lemon teas for my sore throat. No more!

THROAT - I cannot recommend enough the THERABREATH line of products, especially the mouthwash to gargle with. There is no alcohol in there. I don't know what it is about their product but it makes "tonsil stones" come out of the back of my mouth like nobody's business. Instant freshness! I am no longer attracted to heavy coffees, teas or heavy flavors to mask "mucus breath"!

NOSE - Personally I own a Sinugator, which is an odd contraption that shoots water up one nostril and out the other. It's great for really congested days or what I call "crunchy" days, when I can feel the sinuses crunching with dried mucus when I squint my eyes. For everyday, I use AYR nose spray cycled through each nostril.


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I prefer Zyrtec. Nothing works quite as well for me and I have tried them all!

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Yesterday was really bad - I'm surprised I didn't sneeze my brains out. Dr. said to use Claritin instead of Zyrtec - but Zyrtec worked much better - think I'll go back.

I've Oral Allergy Syndrome - does anyone know if taking a claritin in the morning will prevent the allergic symptoms associated with it?

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I do this too --helps a lot--

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Zrytec and Singulair. I tried three rounds of allergy shots with no improvement.

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Hi! Zertec is the best medicine I've tried, I tried claritn, and singular and that did not work at all for me, Zertec doesn't work one hundred percent either but it definetly has the most effect, without it I would be sneezing non stop. I've tried bee pollen they sell it in pills or like powder in vitamin stores, and I also helps too. I have heard that there is a tea that also helps I can't remenber the name now I think it is red zinger tea. I have tried the nettle pot and it hurts me too much, plus I still have a lot of mucus afterwards anyway. Hope that helped :) Oh dimetime or something like that really helped me, no symptoms It is a cold plus allergy childrens medication, its purple syrup you can find it in duane read. :D

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I use a sinus irrigation bottle. It works like a neti pot, but you squeeze it so you can regulate the pressure. When my allergies get really unbearable, I use Walgreens brand fexofenodine. The sinus rinsing has cut back on the amount of meds I need, though.




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Do you use a Netti pot it has worked wonders for me along with Mucinex.

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CTRIMBUR, I have heard that local honey works. I intend to get some myself, the store that sells local honey hasn't been open when I go to town. I am some what allergic to bees so I can't keep bees myself. Well I could, but if I got stung I would swell so much. My sister swears by local honey. I have tried it in the past and it does seem to have some benefit. Just a teaspoon a day.

As for allergy medicines I have switched from zertec to allervert. They are better but not gone. I am still having some episodes with asthma. I added nasalcrom 2 days ago. An unpleasant side affect is bloody noses. Otherwise it has helped a lot.

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I was on singulair for years but I live overseas now and it's not available here. Very little is available because of some sort of fear of turning these types of drugs into something illegal. So, I'm not taking anything and just using the Neti pot. It's not working. I'm miserable.

Any herbal kinds of solutions out there?

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I've stopped eating wheat, any grains, corn but still eat yogurt. I am hoping that I will see fewer allergic reactions as spring comes in - though my eyes almost swollen shut ea. morning and this is only March



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I am new here. Here's the only thing that has worked for me. I am allergic to all kinds of things and have had severe allergies since I was 4 (66 now). I get allergy shots, take allegra, and singulair. Use a saline nose spray and that seems to keep them at bay. Again I test out to the max on many grasses, many trees, dust, dust mites and dust mite feces (ack!). Medium on dogs and cats, molds and weeds. So....................the regimine is the best for me after many years of allergy h&ll. Hope this helps some others.

A word of caution. I was using Nasonex too, but lost my sense of smell. I read that that could be the cause (my allergenist) didn't think so, but I cut it out and my smell sense has returned a bit. So...........caution with all these meds is advised.

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I use generic Claritin and a netti pot. After skin testing, it was determined that I have "mild" environmental allergies, but a lot of them. My main discomfort are my eyes....itchy, puffy to the point where I have continuous bags under my eyes. Tried numerous eye drops from my opthamalagist to no avail. Right now he has me taking fish oil and flax seed oil suppliments to reduce inflamation. I will let you know how this works.

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I take generic zertec. And lately pseudophed too. And albuterol. I need to buy some local honey. I have used that in past years and it helped a lot. I hope to be able to drop back to just the zertec.

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working with my doctor and explaining all symptoms, I take zyrtec and singular.

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I have allergies of the hay fever type, although they really bother my eyes a lot. I wear contact lenses which doesn't help at all. I spoke to my eye dr. yesterday. I've been using Zaditor drops and Alavert which help until the Zaditor starts to wear off. They say you can use them twice a day. He said for most of here in Oklahoma we need to use the drops three times a day. Yay-I think that will really help me! I just can't have my contacts in when I use them but only have to wait 5 minutes before putting them in, so it's certainly doable. Just thought I'd pass that on in case anyone else is having a similar problem.

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Feeling better every day, so wonderful to see these itchy dry spots fading away, have had a read area around my left eye and on the cheek for weeks, really gets bad after a shower or when bowling so amd glad to see it is gone from around the eye now. emoticon

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doctor put me on a short regimen of prednisone so we will see if that knocks this out.

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I take generic Zyrtec. I have found it at a fraction of the price online and at Sam's club.

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