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Frequent nose bleeds. Taking Nasonex for seasonal asthma. Any suggestions?

Hi My name is CATHY. I have a 16yr old who has been having several nose bleeds each day. He is waiting for a allergy specialist appoint in Melbourne in April 9th. He is on nasonex as he has seasonal ashma and highly allergic to grasses and pollens especially Rye Grass. It makes him very tired and he is very sporty. Are there any suggestions you may have to help him with this?????
Asked On : Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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Jun 2013
Hi there ~

Dealing with allergies is tough. Tougher even is the fact that you are very sporty and are exposed to all sorts of allergens. It would be advisable that you wait for your allergist's appointment so that he may be able to prescribe some stronger anti histamines or corticosteroids for your 16 year old to have a healthy, sporty and athletic life. Also please avoid the allergens as much as you can.

Take care and have a lovely day !
Answered: Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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