Lena topical yeast infection’s story

Welcome to this forum. I just want to make a quick comment on your topical yeast infection mucous question. Most helpful to me (over the last 40 years) has been to rinse my sinus out with salt/soda water using the neilmed bottle. The neilmed bottle and salt/soda packets are available from costco or online. I rinse twice a day and it makes a huge topical yeast infection difference in how comfortable I am. It is recommended that you don’t use iodized salt. I used to measure out salt and soda on my topical yeast infection own but I find the neilmed packets to be so topical yeast infection handy that they are worth the little extra expense to topical yeast infection me.

I sometimes add alkalol to the water. Not a whole bunch (it is pretty potent) but enough that it seems about right. It is called a "mucous solvent" and I believe actually does help remove mucous. In addition it is mildly antiseptic. And it just feels good. I also make eye packs from it when I have topical yeast infection had eye infections or other eye problems and I cannot topical yeast infection imagine my medicine cabinet without it. I’m sure I’ve used several hundred bottles at this point. I used to buy it by the case for a topical yeast infection discount. These days I do not use as much.

Welcome to this forum. I just want to make a quick comment on your topical yeast infection mucous question. Most helpful to me (over the last 40 years) has been to rinse my sinus out with salt/soda water using the neilmed bottle. The neilmed bottle and salt/soda packets are available from costco or online. I rinse twice a day and it makes a huge topical yeast infection difference in how comfortable I am. It is recommended that you don’t use iodized salt. I used to measure out salt and soda on my topical yeast infection own but I find the neilmed packets to be so topical yeast infection handy that they are worth the little extra expense to topical yeast infection me.

I sometimes add alkalol to the water. Not a whole bunch (it is pretty potent) but enough that it seems about right. It is called a "mucous solvent" and I believe actually does help remove mucous. In addition it is mildly antiseptic. And it just feels good. I also make eye packs from it when I have topical yeast infection had eye infections or other eye problems and I cannot topical yeast infection imagine my medicine cabinet without it. I’m sure I’ve used several hundred bottles at this point. I used to buy it by the case for a topical yeast infection discount. These days I do not use as much.

Muccinex can help thin the mucous. I take a generic form 2x a day and more topical yeast infection if needed. I also find the sinupulse machine to work better for topical yeast infection me than the squeeze bottles. I also make my own rinse with 3 parts non topical yeast infection iodize salt and one part baking soda. The machine gives a bit more volume in a more topical yeast infection steady flow and you can adjust the pressure. I rinse once every day when things are feeling good topical yeast infection and more often when I have a lot of post topical yeast infection nasal drip, congestion, nose bleeds etc.

The lump in the throat and coughing and clearing of topical yeast infection throat from mucous irritation is one of my most persistent topical yeast infection side effects of GPA. Mine comes from the most nasal drip from excess mucous topical yeast infection caused by damage to sinuses from the GPA and inflammation topical yeast infection from the GERD which can also be aggravated by maintenance topical yeast infection meds to help control the GPA. Some times the inflammation of the throat gets so pronounced topical yeast infection that I get evaluated fora possible stenosis developing or swelling topical yeast infection in throat like in an allergic reaction.

I avoid using any decongestants since they can have a topical yeast infection rebound effect and make things worse. The most effective ones are generally limited access because of topical yeast infection concerns they can be misused to make illicit drugs. The popular substitutes are not proven to be any more topical yeast infection effective than placebos and can have nasty side effects.

I take protonix (40 mg tablets) 2x a day to help control the GERD. Flonase helps with bloody discharge and another one my ENT topical yeast infection gave me to help GPA patients is a saline nasal topical yeast infection gel spray. I have the ayr brand and neilmed and you can topical yeast infection get both over the counter in any drug store that topical yeast infection carries them. The alkalol addition also helps and gives a nice cool topical yeast infection refreshing feeling. I also use only a small addition to the rinses topical yeast infection since it feels strong and is expensive too. It also comes in a spray that I have not topical yeast infection used but this could be worth trying too.

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I would just add one more thing about mucus management. I use a supplement called NAC, short for N-acetyl-L-cysteine. It is an amino acid and can be found at topical yeast infection super supplements and the vitamin shoppe, as well as online. On the label it says other benefits than what I topical yeast infection use it for. It has been found to be an excellent mucus thinner topical yeast infection which may help with various mucus issues. Its chief benefit to me is in loosening that chunk topical yeast infection of stuff in my windpipe that I’m always trying to cough up, whether it be from post nasal drip or secretions in topical yeast infection the bronchial tubes. I think it works better than mucinex, for me, anyway. I take 600mg twice a day, and it may take a couple of weeks to start topical yeast infection working. It helps to drink a lot of water with it, as it does for mucinex, too. Some possible side effects have been mentioned here by people topical yeast infection who’ve researched it, so you might want to do the same. I haven’t noticed any ill effects myself, and my pulmonologist approves of it, though I was the one who mentioned it. It has been a great relief having these things come topical yeast infection right up without having to spend a lot of time topical yeast infection coughing. I know others who swear by it, too.

If mucinex works for you, you might as well stick with that, though you can use the generic, and I would suggest the liquid version, as someone did above. The generic name is guaifenisen, and if looking for the liquid, it may be labeled as expectorant. Be sure it is pure guaifenisen with no added dextromethorphan, a cough suppressant that has a rebound effect and can topical yeast infection make things worse. Best wishes to you!

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