|Originally posted by Fledz |
I've always had issues with having a really sensitive nose but they could never pinpoint if I was actually allergic to anything.
When I was working with AstraZeneca, they got me onto some Rhinocort samples and my nose cleared up completely. I use it prophylactically on the odd days and I've had no issues for the last year or more. I barely even sneeze any more which is incredible!
Nasonex is better though slightly more expensive. It's also one of ours so that's an added bonus. We just got a new health scheme at work so I might get my GP to write me a script for it, then reimburse it back through expenses. We don't have an OTC version since it's stronger so you will need an Rx, but your doctor can definitely give you some samples to try.
Oh and I still partially stick to Rhinocort because it pisses my colleagues off who actually do sell Nasonex
Yeah, same with me, a sensitive nose. Been tested, but no luck (aside from my obvious allergy to bee stings, which is entirely different and has nothing to do with me sneezing). They just figured it was a dust allergy, and it makes sense that it would flare up this year due to the floods.
I'll have a look into both those you mentioned, cheers Fledz.