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Remedy for recurring cold due to DNS - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Ear, Nose and Throat Problems
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   hello doctor
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   what do u specilaize in
Doctor :   I am a General Practitioner
User :   so that i ask the right question
User :   oki
User :   thankx
User :   i m suffering from cold
User :   since one month
User :   and headache also
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   The most common cause is sinusitis
User :   okie
User :   i hav DNS problem
Doctor :   Ok
User :   i m planning to get it operated
Doctor :   You need to perform repeated steam inhalations
User :   oki
User :   does it help
User :   one of doctors told me that it is not gud
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   It is very effective
Doctor :   This should be done with xxx caps or menthol oil
User :   he told me to put me head in salted water
Doctor :   I dont think that will help
User :   i hav tried it helped me
User :   i hav stopped it now
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   But try steam inhalation as that will drain the sinuses and
Doctor :   give good relief from cold
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