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Sneezing,severe cough and unable to breath. Which nasal spray i can use ?

Hi this is buvana age-24 from chennai.Iam having sneezing while cooking and cleaning my rooms for the past 1 yr for this i have consulted the doctor and have undergone an endoscopy on my nose.and the doctor precscribed me to use the nasal spray called DUONASE,after using the spary i feel relieve in the i have been using this spary for the last 4months.In the mean i use to have cough continously where it will goes after i take the tablets and comes again within 1 or 2 month. in between i have taken the blood test it shows me everything is normal.but last week i had severe cough and i found difficult to breathe in the night.this breething problem is happening for the first time.what should i do now?how to cure these things?is this is the symptoms for ASTHUMA?Pls advice......... Pls suggest me which nasal spray i can use ... or else can i use DUONASE which iam using currently? iam having cough with sputum.
Asked On : Wed, 3 Aug 2011
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Pediatrician, Pulmonology 's  Response
Hello Buvana
you are suffering from Allergic Rhinitis and associated wheezy bronchitis.I think it is better you go for Budecort1.0mg respules by nebulizer regularly once a day for 15 days and take telecast-lc idaily for 1 month ,if you have Duanase nasal spray you continue to take,You must avoid air polutaion exposure.You are going to be all right soon.Otherwise you may take foracort 200 inhalors regularly.They are safe and effective.
Answered: Wed, 3 Aug 2011
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ENT Specialist Dr. Patel Jitendra's  Response
According to your history, I think you have an allergy to dust and also some food. So, you are suffering from " Allergic Rhinitis". Best treatment for allergy is to avoid the substance causing allergy. So you are advised to keep mask at nose during cleaning or you can use vacuum cleaning or instead of dry cleaning use wet moping method for cleaning. Try to find out which food causes allergic rhinitis and then avoid this food material.( you can also go for blood test for allergy, to find out the substance causing allergy in your body). Another treatment for allergic rhinitis is to use nasal spray regularly. Your breathing problem may be either due to blockage of nose (in this situation, if you will take breathing easily by keeping mouth open) or due to Asthma( in this condition, open mouth will not give any relief in breathing problem). There is high chances of asthma in a patient having allergic rhinitis. Consult chest physician for final diagnosis. Have a speedy recovery.
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Pediatrician, Pulmonology Dr. K. C. Pant's  Response
Dear Patient ,wheezing and coughing is very common due to brochospasm in allergic Rhinitis.therefor inhalors are prescribed.Duanase is good nasal spray containig anti allergic and antiinflamatory formula.You must continue.You may require spirometery test.
Answered: Wed, 3 Aug 2011
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Hello Ms.Bhuvna, welcome to healthcare magic.
Allergy in the nasal passages with symptoms of recurrent sneezing and later on cough due to bronchospasm could be relieved by inhalers. Avoid dusty and cold places and whenever there is heavy phlegm production see a physician who will be able to prescribe antibiotics and releiver inhalers. A steroid inhaler regularly prevents freequent attacks.
Good luck
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