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Chronic sinusitis, allergic to dust and pollen, bad headaches, dark circles, eye strain, on medicines. Suggestions?

I have a long history of chronic sinusistis, I even have had septum and sinus surgery before, but my level 4 allergies to dust and pollen are too much and I wake up every day with vacuum headaches. I feel like there is a constriction and weight above my eyes causing bad headaches, dark circles , eye strain, etc. I am currently taking asterpro and mucinex. I just purchased allegra but historically those one-a-day allergy pills never worked for me too well.
Asked On : Sun, 2 Sep 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
the most latest research is that dust,pollens increase all allergies
the food is the culprit in these caes
you get your allergy testd done for specific antibodies for milk,egg,rice,wheat,potato
after you can start sublingualimmunotherapy
man time you start

tab metrogyl 200 mgm daily
tab flunarazine 5 mgm night
tab montair fx twice a day
no steam
you can add syp tossesx 1/2 tsf bd
do for 3 weeks
post after with results
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