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  Article ID: 9

  What Allergy Doctors says

  Men's Health-Dr. Craig

  Dr. Timothy Craig

  Timothy Craig, D.O., is a professor at Penn State University College of Medicine and allergist and immunologist at the Penn State University Hershey Medical Center. He's been in the field for 15 years and is a first-year regent with the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.

  Doctors' Advice

  He uses a saltwater rinse every night before bed and a nasal steroid in the morning to help combat his mold allergies. "I make my own salt water with 8 ounces warm tap water with 1/8 tsp sea salt," he says.

  If homemade rinses and over-the-counter medicines don't work for you, he says it's worth seeing a doctor for a prescription. "The best medications out there are topical nasal steroids, but they require a prescription," he says.

  As a severe allergic mom, I always discuss any new method with my doctor especially when it requires intake.

  Doctors knows best

  Help your Dr. by giving enough information about what you know and see if the same can be used for your symptom(s).

  If you have tried this and it works for you, please send us your comment or email us at healthlineplus@maryjay.org

  Thanks Doctor for sharing.

 

 

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