1 May 2013
Sinus pain is the result of a swollen and inflamed sinus cavity, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. Pressure builds up in the head, pressing on various parts of the region such as the inner-ear, the upper teeth and the eyes. Sinus pain as a result from allergies and may be treated with Allegra-D. Allegra-D is a prescribed drug that combines an antihistamine with a decongestant to reduce allergic reaction symptoms and swelling in the sinuses that cause sinus pain.
Doctor's prescription orders should be followed exactly when taking Allegra-D. This medication should not be taken for longer or shorter periods of time than recommended. The directions on the label should be read carefully and any questions brought to the attention of a doctor.
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1 answer • 6 Aug 2011
Can I use allegra d daily?
1 answer • 4 Feb 2014
congestion, and allergy problems.
1 answer • 21 Dec 2014
They keep turning me down and in the mean time I have nasal drainage within one day of not taking them, something needs to be done with this system ...
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