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Have sinusitis, hiatal hernia. Taking Flucloxacillin, omerprazole. Suggest?

I am taking Flucloxacillin for sinusitis. I have a hiatis hernia. I was okay with the antibiotic for the first couple of day but now when I take my antibiotic I have all the signs of hiatis hernia, it was very bad last night during the night. Is it possible for Flucloxacillin to cause this. I take omerprazole 20mg twice a day and have not had any symptoms for many, many years, so the only difference is the antibiotic. I am a 62 years of age.
Asked On : Sun, 14 Apr 2013
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Flucloxacillin is very good antibiotic and sometime may cause stomach upset.
But you should not take antibiotics just like that.
Get yourself examined by ENT specialist and get done CT scan of nose and paranasal sinuses to know the disease extent and then take nasal sprays so that whole body is not exposed to medicines again and again and if required get surgical treatment.
You can use normal saline nasal sprays its harmless and can be taken for long time and will keep your nose clean and will prevent infections and allergies .
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