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Old 06-23-2012, 05:16 PM   #1
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Sublingual immunotherapy - constant blocked sinuses

Hi All,

I had a turbinate reduction along with FESS and deviated septum surgery in january and although it did help, it has not stopped my sinuses from still being blocked fully.

I done a skin ***** test and I allergic to dust mites. With the advice of my ENT and the allergy clinic, I am now on my third week of sublingual immunotherapy. I have high hopes of this working but I am just wondering whether anyone has had success with this method for a constant blocked nose and if so, how long it took them and any experiences along with the way?

If anyone could let me know or advise me, it will be greatly appreciated. So far with me, the immunotherapy has had no effect as of yet (obviously still early days).
thanks all

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