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Hay fever, feeling heavy in April. Dosage of Diprofos?

hi I had allergy (hey-viva) for a long time and I feel very heavy during spring period especially in April I took asthma-dill tablet and beclometazone nosel spry and ventolin spry but some doctors advised me to take diprifos injection so please give me advice for how long I can take this and when
Asked On : Mon, 26 Mar 2012
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these are all supportive therapies but no cure injection will also subside the symptomps but no cure foe long
get blood serum tests for specific antibodies for various foods pollens and other things of daily use
after getting the results go for immunotherapy for cure
can use monteluast 10 mg bd
bronchodilaer syp as you are taking tds
add liquid antacd bd
apply neomycin h eye ointment in nose bd
sea water 2 drops at night each nose
till you get tests
Answered: Mon, 17 Jun 2013
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