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    tinakep posted:
    Hello Dr:

    Follow up- Went to ENT for 3 month follow up. Told him tried Nasalcrom for 3 months -no help with post nasil drip or crackling ears. Said to add Flonase to it. So now I am using Nasalcrom- 2 sprays in each nostril and then Flonase- 2 sprays in each nostril. Said to come back after 2 months. He had also said to add Astepro, too but I dont want to spend $ on 2 prescription sprays- this is just getting too costly and ridiculous after 2 years of this.
    He used light to look at nose and wrote down turbinate congestion.
    I think this is just an annoying problem that I am going to have to live with since no help with ENT.
    Rod Moser, PA, PhD responded:
    You may be correct....

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