This has been a major problem for a long time. It's crippled me to the point that I'm not able to work a regular job any longer, I work from home. Every time I go to the doctor, they just tell me it's allergies and hand me a new bottle of pills to try. No medication has really helped.
I've had a sinus CT scan and the doctor just briefly said 'it looks good' and prescribed some allergy medication... so I'm all out of ideas. Can allergies really be so bad that they never let up and your nostrils are basically always constricted?
One of the very few times in the last decade that I remember being able to breathe normally is when I got a shot to clear up my nasal constriction in the emergency room. Now I'm not positive, because it COULD have been just by utter chance that my nostrils cleared up right after getting a shot, but maybe the shot did help.
Is there any kind of procedure or medication or anything that I can do to help with this? I feel like I'm nearly passing out on a daily basis and no amount of Afrin helps.
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