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    tbeasley posted:
    479Carla - Came across your post regarding aspirin allergies & loss of sense of smell & polyps and just wanting to know first how you are doing and what the liquid prednisone & saline mixture you use is exactly called to see if I can have my doctor give me a prescription for this. I have take oral prednisone and within a few hours of taking it I can smell fine but you cannot as you know stay on oral prednisone for any length of time. What were your symptoms when you were allergic to aspirin when you took it? This is encouraging information and I would like to give this a try if my doctor will allow. Thanks!


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