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Contact your Physician, who prescribed your latest antibiotic, Ask them. If it is not ok, they will either send in some refills or ask you to come...
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No that I know of. I had that issue a number of years ago and based on the recommendations of my personal doc and the speciaist she referred, I had...
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It is a sinus infection in two of the facial sinuses: the maxillary sinus is located in the cheek bone below each eye, and the ethmoid is located on...
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Hi Try these links there must be something that should help. http://health.thefuntimesguide.com/2010/08/clogged_ear.php The garlic ear drops, try...
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Hi, This is something you should consult with your doctor, its not safe for anybody to suggest meds for this.Good Luck
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I would say you should check with your doctor and get tested for diabetes. Especially if anyone in your family has diabetes. Your tiredness certainly...
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I saw a video clip from dr. Oz show last night.  It says for dry cough to use an suppresant(dextromethrophan) and for a wet cough to use...
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Hi So you not happy spraying saline water up your nose,.So have a look at the Neti pot there used for clearing up sinus problems, just like you have...
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Hot compresses draped over your nose and cheeks will help with the pain and swelling,mucinex also helps and clears nasal passages without side...
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Absolute Neutrophil Count is a measurement of the percentage of the total White Blood Cells that are devoted to fighting infection. Normal values may...
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Hi If you think logically, its the first place pollen hits, so if your one of the allergic ones that if, off it goes, blocked nose, running...
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Most sinus infections are viral and do not require any antibiotics. For the few that are bacterial, amoxillin at an appropriate dose or an...
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I do not think that your attack by killer bees triggered your allergy and sinus problems. A long term effect of a bee attack for me would be death...
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