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Taking flonase, mucinex and robitussin for chest and nasal congestion. Have panic problems and anxiety. Remedy?

I went to the doctor bc I was congested in my chest and nostrils and the doc gave me Flonase I ve been using that for about 10-12 days and I ve been taking robitussin and I ve also tried mucinex for nasal decongestant . I alson think I have anxiety bc sometimes I think about it too much and start panicking and I feel like I could just cry at anytime sometimes for nothing or just when talking about the problems I m having. Can u give me some advice?
Asked On : Thu, 2 Aug 2012
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HI, thanks for using healthcare magic

Feeling anxious and depressed often may indicate that you are have depression and anxiety. These two medical disorders may occur in combination.
Most of the medications that are used to treat depression can also treat anxiety.

Depression and anxiety are serious illnesses, you should consider visiting your doctor for an assessment and treatment.

Congestion of the nose and chest can be related to an acute viral infection such as the common cold. Allergies can nasal congestion as well, if it is allergy related the flonase would be helpful.

It can take up to 2 weeks for viral symptoms to resolve, you can continue to take the medication as prescribed.

I hope this helps
Answered: Wed, 12 Feb 2014
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