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Severe headache due to sinus. No relief from sinarest. Any antibiotics? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 31-May-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Headache and Migraines
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Practicing since : 2002
Answered : 106 Questions
User:hello doctor
Doctor:Please proceed with your query
User:have BAD headache due to sinus
User:took sinarest
User:not going away
Doctor:Steam inhalation works wonders for sinus problems
User:tried that too..
User:can you tell me some antibiotic i can take
Doctor:Did you try Cetrizine 10 mg?
Doctor:antibiotics like Azithromycin are very effective
Doctor:But it is prescription drug
User:am planning to travel
Doctor:You need to get it prescribed by a doctor
Doctor:When is your travel?
User:so need to get it go away soon
User:tomorrow early morn
User:cant you prescribe
Doctor:Cetrizine will help but it causes sleepiness
User:can i take it now
Doctor:You need a written prescription of the drug for this
Doctor:You can take cetrizine 10 mg now
Doctor:But be cautious not to take it again in the night
Doctor:As you may feel drowsy in the morning
User:shall i take a chance with azithromicin with the chemist
Doctor:There is no harm in taking it now and resting for few hours before the travel
Doctor:You can take the chance
Doctor:It is available as 500mg tablet
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