What Is a Good over the Counter Medicine for Sinus Drainage?

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Problems relating to sinus drainage are caused by influenza or bacterial and viral infections. Recommended over the counter medicines to tackle the problem include; decongestants like pseudoephedrine, antihistamines, which serve to dry the nasal area and pain relievers such as acetaminophen.
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Little noses. Or Benedryl Allergy (for children of course) because there are dyes in the grape flavored stuff. What I do is suction my toddlers nose to help her breathe during the
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It really depends on the cause. Atibiotics if's a bacterial infection. Steroids (sprays or drops) maybe. If it's caused by a fungal infection antifungal medicines' Decongestant sprays
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I like Aleve. It's not too different from Advil, but may work better for you. Aleve = naproxin. Advil = ibuprofen. Both are NSAIDs, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.
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