About Me: Female, melbourne, Australia, member since Mar 2012
I have found out the problem with my really bad sinuses, that they are infected and have cysts and polyps, started a course of antibiotics dont seemto be going anywhere, used nasal drops naconase, just blocks it more, used netti pot worked first time for coupple of hou
[More]rs but after that did nothing as soon as the nasal irrigation was finished it was stuffed, asked Dr said that I have to treat the infection first before operation, is it true I have to clear it up first,haven't slept for about 7 days, minimum 4 hrs sleep if lucky, Do I have to wait for the infection to clear before doing an operation,changed med once as I was having an allergic reation, itching, and as if the med was stuchk in my throat, need relief to have a good sleep anyone who has had similar problems and did the operation without having to wait for the infection to clear or anything that works will help
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