what medicine should I take to relieve sinuses?

after blowing the nose out it’s full in 10 minutes and there is slight deep pain and preasure at the top of the nose.

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8 Responses to “what medicine should I take to relieve sinuses?”

  1. AAhh Yahoo! Answers lol said:

    Sudafed, which is an over the counter nasal decongestant.

  2. Wilhelmo said:

    You shouldn’t take any medicine without consulting a doctor. Keep this in mind!

  3. Bridey said:

    You need something that contains an antihistamine, like Zyrtec. Ideally, choose something that is both an antihistamine and contains a decongestant. Other to try: Sudafed, Claritin, Chlor-Trimeton. Consult your pharmacist for other recommendations.

  4. blue2monday said:

    I can sense your germiness over the Internet…

    Drink a bottle of Vodka under a thick blanket, and sweat it out.

  5. Maid in England said:

    Sinutab or put your face over a bowl of boiling hot water, cover with a towel and breathe the steam in.
    See your chemist for advice, you might have a nasal infection.

  6. Roy S said:

    Hello Snotty

  7. Fly B said:

    I find that anything I find on the shelf is too weak. I go to the pharmacist and ask for a nasal decongestant with pseudoephedrine hydrochloride. They may ask for ID when you ask for it, and it really makes my head feel funny (watery eyes, pressure in my head, yyeeuucckk) BUT I can breathe again… which makes it all worth it.

  8. Andie said:

    I understand your pain, had bad sinuses for years now. I would get yourself checked out by the doc first, and the only advice I can give is take a nasal spray for allergies – better then decongestant tablets and steaming with Olbas Oil.
    Get well soon.




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