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    Samter's Triad and Pregnancy
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    Ferraribambino posted:
    Hi all, I suffer from server Samter's triad. I'm horribly allergic to all nsaids and have had sinus surgeries and aspirin disenzitation with no results. Since Samter's made me highly sensitive to salycilates, I literally can't live without popping two benadryl a day along with my rescue inhaler. I was on nebulizer with pulmicort but I ran out of medication and the insurance company isn't paying for the medication anymore. I also just found out I am pregnant and my allergies, asthma and congestion are worse than ever. Has anyone tried out the salicylate free diet? In thinking on trying it but I don't know if it will ease my problem. Also, many veggies and fruits have salycilates and i don't want to harm my pregnancy if I try it. I would love to hear from anyone in my same situation. Thanks!
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