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Posted by: anna | 2011/02/22

sinus

does the constant wind blowing in the Cape explain my chronic sinus problem this year? What can I do?

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Hallo Anna
If you are allergic to grass or tree pollen, windy days can cause more symptoms. You could go and get yourself tested for common airborne allergens and get preventative treatment which may include antihistamines and a cortisone nose spray.
Dr Bets

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Our users say:
Posted by: Sal | 2011/02/22

Perhaps

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Posted by: Cyberdoc | 2011/02/22

Hallo Anna
If you are allergic to grass or tree pollen, windy days can cause more symptoms. You could go and get yourself tested for common airborne allergens and get preventative treatment which may include antihistamines and a cortisone nose spray.
Dr Bets

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