I have been taking Sudifed,but it is not working.I tried benadryl a cuple of times but I am so afraid it will dry up my milk.Thanks to anyone how can help me.
I would also try saline irrigation of your nose, like with a neti pot...you can manage it with a measuring cup too. It does help. And allergy eye drops if your eyes bother you more than anything else. Shower before bed and keep outdoor clothes out of your bedroom.
others might have some homeopathic or herbal advice.
I believe Nasacort nasal spray (prescription) is compatible with breastfeeding. So is Afrin (over the counter) but you can only use it for 3 days, otherwise you will get rebound nasal congestion.
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My sister switched from afrin to saline spray nose drops due to the rebound issue...you're right, that's no joke!
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