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    Nose Plugged And Runny
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    StarlitNote posted:
    My right nostril is so plugged up that I can't breathe through it, and several tries with the Neti Pot were unsuccessful. Yet, it keeps dripping at the same time. I can't stop blowing my nose. I've taken an antihistamine and a decongestant. Nothing is working, and I'm very frustrated.
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    WildSpirit009 responded:
    I know where you are coming from. Have you tried making your own variation of the netti pot? My mom made me "snort" salt water. I know that sounds funny and weird, but I know for a fact that it works for me. Have you also tried the hot shower or just sitting in your bathroom with the door shut and shower on hot just running? Or an air filter change? There are plenty of things that help allergies and some that just hinder allergies. You just have to figure out what helps and what doesn't. Each person is different and not everything works for everyone the same way. Just keep trying something new. I know something will help out sooner or later.

    Best of luck!


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