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Eddiea

590d

How do you get rid of a sinus infection that doesn't respond to antibiotics?

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    • Andreius

      555d

      I was prescribed Mometasone 1 mg mixed with Neil med sinus rinse, I just started a couple of weeks ago and feeling slight relief. I got a 90 day supply and will report later.

    • Andreius

      555d

      I was prescribed Mometasone 1 mg mixed with Neil med sinus rinse, I just started a couple of weeks ago and feeling slight relief. I got a 90 day supply and will report later.

    • KitKat1450

      581d

      I don’t do well with pharmaceutical antibiotics so I use natural ones and antimicrobials. They don’t work as fast well but it usually keeps me from having a full blown sinus infection and from getting as many if I catch it soon enough. Grapefruit seed extract- drops in water/tea, 3 drops in Neti pot, & nose spray. Colloidal silver in Neti pot, and in nose spray mixed with peppermint oil. Apple cider vinegar in water helps with the mucus. Also you can look up nasal biofilm disrupters- you can take supplements to help break it down if it’s not responding to anything else.

    • Cog

      586d

      A prescription for nose spray

    • Wanderinglumos

      589d

      Using a sinus rinse morning and night if needed or going to my ENT if it really won’t go away.

    • Andreius

      590d

      Currently I’m being offered surgery, consulting first tho

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