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Diana
11-04-2006, 07:26 PM
I've been having sinus probs all my life but they're getting to be a pain now, as its making me more susceptible to colds. Does anyone know a good allergist I can see and how much its goin to set me back? Thanks!

JackRyan1975
12-04-2006, 10:34 AM
Diana, you could try one Dr. Yadav at Pantai Medical Centre. He's an authority on allergy research. No idea on the costs though. Hope that helps.

kookie
13-04-2006, 02:36 PM
Hi Diana. Try Singulair. If anyone knows the meaning of sinus problems, it is my son. he is on Singulair now and it works very well to date. Pretty costly but worth it. Good luck!

cpw128
24-04-2006, 02:32 PM
Hi, Diana. I'm in the line of health stream so I know there is no medicine for cough, flu or sore throat. The only things u need to do is back to the basic - enchance your immune system !!
Once yr cells is strong, they can even flight SARS, no joke !
Clik on "Nutritional Immunology" look how it help u. :)

Diana
15-05-2006, 03:41 PM
Thanks guys.. it seeme my fears have been unfounded. It was just a run of bad luck n now iam fit as a horse again. I think the immune system is important to i've started taking supplements and eased up on d coffee.. thanks again! :)

bm007snr
21-05-2006, 12:31 AM
Hi, Diana. I'm in the line of health stream so I know there is no medicine for cough, flu or sore throat. The only things u need to do is back to the basic - enchance your immune system !!
Once yr cells is strong, they can even flight SARS, no joke !
Clik on "Nutritional Immunology" look how it help u. :)
I'm not in the medicine line. And i don't know about drugs/substance related to flu. I think flu can be caused by a number of reasons. And i think a change in diet can only help up to a certain extent; still limited in its effectiveness. Medicines/Drugs like antihistamines can help lessen/relieve the symptoms, but not totally cure the underlying problem. So besides having a good diet which helps as a preventive measure and possibly 'curing' flu, are there any other options? Maybe the cause should first be determined/diagnosed.
Anyway the phrase 'nutritional immunology' reminds me of e.excel. :p