Can I take allegra D along with aspirin or Advil to reduce facial sinus pressure?

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7 Aug 2011

Yes, you are not doubling up on the same ingredients and the combination should help to relieve the sinus pressure.
You could also try a decongestant nasal spray. These are very effective and work almost immediately to reduce the pressure. Talk with your Pharmacist for more information.

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