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    Old 06-09-2015, 06:02 AM   #1
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    night time rhinitis

    hi, i have had 2 sinus operations to cure problems with my nose blocking and preventing me breathing through my nose. this problem still persists even after 4 years. One consultant said I had "night time rhinitis, and prescribed a nasal spray; I ended up trying about 4 different sprays, this problem happens only in the evening, especially when I go to bed.
    I now use Sudafed mucus relief spray, which solves the problem; if I don't control the blockage, I then start "reaching" violently, my sputum becomes very thick, which I cough up.at the age of 70 this becomes dangerous.
    I do not wish any more operations at my age, can anyone suggest a alternative treatment please?
    sincerely
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    Old 06-09-2015, 01:07 PM   #2
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    Re: night time rhinitis

    You're going to laugh this off but it works - Breathe Right nasal strips at bedtime. Works like a charm for me and many others. I buy the generic Equate ones from WalMart.

     
    Old 06-09-2015, 02:02 PM   #3
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    What sprays have you tried? My allergist recently gave me ipratroprium nasal spray and it's amazing! It's the best I have ever used for stopping my constant runny nose. I have post nasal drip from allergies and short of taking sudaphed, this is the only thing that successfully stops my nose. I haven't had any side effects and it's generic so it doesn't cost a fortune.

     
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