My boyfriend has terrible nasal congestion every night... but never in the day... We've tried nasal congestion pills, antihistamine pills, and nasal spray but nothing seems to help. He's having a hard time sleeping because he can't breathe. He's had this nightly congestion now for over a month. What can we do to get rid of this long term congestion?
I'm having the same problem -- long-term congestion, with no other symptoms. Using a nasal spray to breath but the symptoms continue.
Maybe your boyfriend has some type of allergy or sinus infection. You might go see a doctor. Once, in the past, I was prescribed Astelin, which you can use all the time. It's horribly bitter if you inhale too much but it works like a dream.
Hope your boyfriend (and me too) find relief soon.
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