Jan 22, 2013

Steroids - not a primary drug

Steroids - not a primary drug for which you need to pay attention if you are allergic. Resorting to steroids  usually after using antihistamines and other drugs will not give the expected result. Steroids reduce the amount of mucus and reduce swelling of the nasal mucosa.

As a rule, it is advisable to use steroids before the attacks, and up to obtain the desired result may require a certain amount of time. As we already wrote about the anti-allergic drugs, treatment is desirable to begin with the onset of May (if the patient is allergic to grass pollen) or early February (allergic to tree pollen).

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