Just a quick note to say hi!check out if they are spraying in your area many are getting allergy symptoms from the chem trails ..I have a journal up about it. do some reserach and put your area in .look up at the sky you will see them I live in CA and they are spraying us every day I and mydh have all the symptoms dry cough running nose, rash , itchy eyes .Good luck
Just a quick note to say hi! My 5 year old has similar problems - would appreciate if you have managed to find some long term cure for your kid's nasal congestion problem and can share it with me. Thanks
Just a quick note to say hi!
We are having very simular problems with our 31/2 year old. I am reluctant to give her Zyrtec for the rest of her life with very limited results. i noticed your post is from 2008. Have you been able to find a solution to your child's congestion?
Thanks for any advice.
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