It seems to be an allergic reaction. Symptoms include itchy rashes, swollen lips and nose, dry mouth, and a general feeling of malaise. Benadryl seems to help but the symptoms recur. The symptoms don&...
I have had a sometimes runny pretty stuffy nose for NINE weeks now. NINE. I went to the doctor in December and he thought I had allergies and put me on a nasal spray and also an antihistamine. Well,...
Anybody out there with any ideas for help. She has been to several doctors, but the problem persists....
Why Do I Always Have A Runny Nose?
I always have to blow my nose. It's something I have to do year round. I've talked to doctors, but they keep saying that it's "seasonal" allergies, even when I tell them that I have to blow my nose all the time, all year long.
I always have to have several packs of tissue near me, as I'm always afraid that it'll run out. It's true that it's bad during spring, but it's pretty much always bad.
I'm currently following a pollen desensitizing treatment, but I'm near the end and there still have been no significant improvements (or changements, for that matter). Using those nose sprays doesn't work either.
Anybody have any idea what's wrong and what I can do to stop it. I hate always having to blow my nose. I've had this problem for about 7 years now.
I have "seasonal" allergies too and my nose is stuffy year round. I don't know what to tell you...maybe you should go back to the allergist (or whatever the name of the doc is that deals with allergies) and get tested again to see if you have any other allergies.
Read this article...
you're not the only one with this kind of problem. They have discovered its caused by a fungus and there really isn't a treatment for it yet. Good luck.
If the doctors you visited told you that you have seasonal allergies their probably right. Here are some sites on how to correct seasonal allergies.
I think you have a weak immune system. You can strengthen it by exercising regularly, eating well and leading a healthy lifestyle.
Try sniffing the mucous back down your throat. That's where it's supposed to go. In time it'll be automatic: think of the saving in tissues and the relief your poor scnoz will feel!
My mum had the same problem. It turned out she had nasal pollops. I can't really tell you much about them. My mum had them quarterised, and this stopped the problem. It might be worth asking your GP?