Drain sinus

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Hello I have a chronic sinus infection I been goin to the doctor for almost 2 years taking Antibiotics and Claritin nothing help sad  my doctor said he will drain my sinus at the office in 3 weeks I don’t know how that work will that cure my sinus ? Do I really need to get this done what I don’t and I don’t want to do it sad anybody have this done before ? Thanks sad

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    I have never had that done but I did have a chronic sinusitis issue for about 3 years.

    Have you tried using a neti pot? Using that twice a day finally cleared mine in a week or so! It cleared my sinuses enough so that the steroid sprays could actually be applied properly.

    I know how you feel though, horrible to live with and endure daily sad

    Hope the GP can help

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    Yes, its a tube and can suck out some of the infection, Mucinex - d for sinus will help it to drain and the inflammation, also steam will get them to drain, like in a shower, or hold your head over some steam 10 mi, you can also do a nasal washout that will help, hope you feel better soon.
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    Hi Ana.

    Have you tried taking Evening Primrose Oil to overcome your allergy problem. 

    It is a wonder cure for allergiy problems, hayfever, rhinitis, and sinusitis, as it reduces the body’s reaction to normal irritants that cause the problem.

    It is not a drug, so it has no adverse side affects.

    Please read my post Sinus Infection-An Effective Treatment, in this forum, for a complete explanation of this treatment.

    Are you the Ana in an earlier post in this forum. If so did you give this treatment a good trial.

    Kind Regards Ray.


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