Can I use Oxymetazoline right after sinus surgery and deviated septum surgery?

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1 Dec 2009

I would not recommend using oxymetazoline nasally right after sinus surgery. The congestion you are feeling is probably due to the surgery, so please let it heal. Please get your doctor's advice.

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