The steroid spray - fluticasone, or mometasone. Slower to act, but can be used for weeks/months. Great for post-nasal drip conditions.
The decongestant spray - oxymetazoline or similar. Can only be used for max 5-7 days. Mainly used to unblock your nose.
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Great thanks! I'll have DH check for some as the pharmacists here pretty much won't give me anything when they see my belly.
Just tried some turmeric in my honey lemon tea and think it help.
Does anyone know if having a Ricola lozenge when needed is ok?
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