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Re: OT rhinitis Dinah

Posted by Partlycloudy on August 21, 2008, at 13:57:27

In reply to Re: OT rhinitis, posted by Dinah on August 21, 2008, at 13:24:24

All I've been able to gather is that the reason the Nasonex works in controlling my rhinitis symptoms is because it suppresses the acetylcholine receptors - which makes sense. I would suppose that's also what the triptine type of migraine treatments had been doing - though I'm now on a preventative regime of Zonegran, an anticonvulsant. We just increased the dosage on that because I've been getting a LOT more headaches.

But I definitely see a connection between these issues being present in myself in these particular combination. I might bring it up with my allergist the next time I see him (he's the most broad-minded and engaging of my current specialists) and get his take on what the connections might be.





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