Has Nasalcrom been discontinued?
It's the most effective allergy relief I can find over the counter. Why would they take such a safe effective remedy off the market?
Asked by Boris Behanna 1 year ago.
I hope not! When CVS stopped selling both the brand name and their generic, they told me they discontinued it due to "poor performance"...whatever that means. I'm still getting it at Walmart now but they only have the brand name. Answered by Bonnie Weesner 1 year ago.
This Site Might Help You. RE: Has Nasalcrom been discontinued? If so, why? And, will a generic cromolyn sodium nasal spray be made available over the counter in the U.S.? Answered by Danyell Gasparino 1 year ago.
nasalcrom discontinued Answered by Natividad Nallie 1 year ago.
How to get rid of a blocked nose?
My nose has been completely blocked for about a week. I have tried everything I can think i.e. humidifier, afrin nose drops (these provide relief for about a day, but then it wears off, i want permanent relief) saline nasal drops (these had no effect on me) mucinex, and Zyrtec. Please help.
Asked by Susanna Willits 1 year ago.
Buy some Nasalcrom and use it at least twice a day for a month. This has worked wonders for my allergies when nothing else touched them. It is non-addicting and can be used every 4 hours. It doesn't treat acute allergy symptoms, but after using it for 2 weeks, I noticed my allergy symptoms improving substantially. Be sure to give it a chance though--it did nothing for me the first two weeks. Has to build up in your system. Nothing else over-the-counter worked for me. I've never tried prescription allergy meds--and now I don't need to. Answered by Maddie Bailleu 1 year ago.
Hot steam will do the trick. Trust me on that. Just take a hot steaming shower or boil some water and breathe in the steam. This helped when my nose was blocked for a week because I was dealing with a bad cold. If you keep doing this for a few days, your sinus pressure will soon be gone. You won't have to waist your money. Answered by Louvenia Chambless 1 year ago.
Blocked nose is natural defense against virus(increases temperature). So if it is less than 2 weeks, not too big a deal. If nose is dripping too much then some medicine to stop that. Also, you can try india type neti pot nose rinse with warm Epsom salt(probably kill virus better than standard salt). Answered by Darleen Penaherrera 1 year ago.