My husband suffers from seasonal allergies. He has tried every OTC and most Rx drugs for this problem since deconamine was removed from the market because of the meth issue. Is there any Rx drug that may help and why is it no longer available by Rx for consumers who truly need the drug. It is the only thing that worked, he can't sleep and is miserable with headaches/congestion. Allergy testing/ENT follow up offered no relief. Can't the company allow restricted prescribing of deconamine to severe allergy sufferers only? Will this ever be a possibility? If pseudoephedrine is the component helping these people and it is being discontinued from all products what is their option? Phenylephrine products, although similar, do not offer my husband relief as I'm sure is many others problem as well. Please help
I am so sorry, That drug was so addictive that the DEA added this to the list of drugs that could not prove need. Hundreds of drugs are on that list. So I am not sure if you will ever find a drug quite like it. For the congestion you just might try saline spray. If that does not work talk to your physician and see if a surgical procedure where they clean out your sinus cavitys. I have had that done and no more headaches. I do wish you the best.
I hope this will help your husband. Have him try Masonex D. I used bromfenex for years, until it was taken off the market. After searching for something to help relieve extreme stuffiness , Masonex D has worked. Although a little pricey, I can breathe at night, and found I don`t need it every night , or I can cut it in half. Also try Entsol saline spray, will give much needed moisture to the sinuses. Good luck, let me know if these products worked for him !
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