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Otrivine Sinusitis spray - £1.50 instore @ Asda Crawley
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Otrivine Sinusitis spray - £1.50 instore @ Asda Crawley

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Posted 23rd Nov 2019Available: South East (Sussex)

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Thanks, I really rely on this stuff at the moment! If anyone can confirm if this is nationwide that would be amazing as I can go and pick some up
Squildred23/11/2019 20:48

Thanks, I really rely on this stuff at the moment! If anyone can confirm …Thanks, I really rely on this stuff at the moment! If anyone can confirm if this is nationwide that would be amazing as I can go and pick some up


Your welcome....
Squildred23/11/2019 20:48

Thanks, I really rely on this stuff at the moment! If anyone can confirm …Thanks, I really rely on this stuff at the moment! If anyone can confirm if this is nationwide that would be amazing as I can go and pick some up


Great price, heat added.
Just a heads up, nasal sprays like this can ruin the lining inside your nose if used too much.
Squildred23/11/2019 20:48

Thanks, I really rely on this stuff at the moment! If anyone can confirm …Thanks, I really rely on this stuff at the moment! If anyone can confirm if this is nationwide that would be amazing as I can go and pick some up


As above try to fight through the blocked nose if it ain't clearing after a few days as I had some issues using these. I ended up having to see a doctor because I used it to much. It really damages your nose. Having said that I'll still use for a few nights now and again to help with sleeping when I'm blocked up but nothing more and not during the day.

Also buy supermarket own brand for £1 as it works exactly the same.
Mary_Mary24/11/2019 07:03

Great price, heat added.Just a heads up, nasal sprays like this can ruin …Great price, heat added.Just a heads up, nasal sprays like this can ruin the lining inside your nose if used too much.


Thank you for the advice, I have terrible nasal problems all the time but not bad enough for the doctor to do anything about it so I’m stuck between a rock and a hard place. My sinuses are often blocked and I sneeze about a million times a day. I use the sprays when I really need to be able to breath properly for a bit but I’ll keep it in mind not to overdo it
po57405k24/11/2019 07:58

As above try to fight through the blocked nose if it ain't clearing after … As above try to fight through the blocked nose if it ain't clearing after a few days as I had some issues using these. I ended up having to see a doctor because I used it to much. It really damages your nose. Having said that I'll still use for a few nights now and again to help with sleeping when I'm blocked up but nothing more and not during the day.Also buy supermarket own brand for £1 as it works exactly the same.


Thanks for sharing your experience. If you don’t mind me asking, what did the doctor do/advise? I have had nasal problems for years, I think it’s non-allergic rhinitis but there doesn’t seem to be much of a solution. My ENT surgeon friend recommended the spray but said there isn’t much that can be done about it
Squildred24/11/2019 09:28

Thanks for sharing your experience. If you don’t mind me asking, what did t …Thanks for sharing your experience. If you don’t mind me asking, what did the doctor do/advise? I have had nasal problems for years, I think it’s non-allergic rhinitis but there doesn’t seem to be much of a solution. My ENT surgeon friend recommended the spray but said there isn’t much that can be done about it


I used it because I had a bad cold that lasted for about 3 weeks and felt like someone had poured concrete down my nose! But using the spray was causing my nose to swell up and made it reliant on the spray to clear it. The doc was horrified i used it for about 8 weeks (the packet says 2-3 days ) he prescribed a steroid spray and basically cold turkey on the decongestant spray. Took about 3 weeks of this to finally get sorted. It wasn't pleasant but worked.
po57405k24/11/2019 09:38

I used it because I had a bad cold that lasted for about 3 weeks and felt … I used it because I had a bad cold that lasted for about 3 weeks and felt like someone had poured concrete down my nose! But using the spray was causing my nose to swell up and made it reliant on the spray to clear it. The doc was horrified i used it for about 8 weeks (the packet says 2-3 days ) he prescribed a steroid spray and basically cold turkey on the decongestant spray. Took about 3 weeks of this to finally get sorted. It wasn't pleasant but worked.


Thanks! Wow that doesn’t feel fun, glad you’re feeling better! I’ll keep to the 2-3 days rule then, maybe it’s time to drag myself back to the GP and see if they’ve got any ideas!
po57405k24/11/2019 09:38

I used it because I had a bad cold that lasted for about 3 weeks and felt …I used it because I had a bad cold that lasted for about 3 weeks and felt like someone had poured concrete down my nose! But using the spray was causing my nose to swell up and made it reliant on the spray to clear it. The doc was horrified i used it for about 8 weeks (the packet says 2-3 days ) he prescribed a steroid spray and basically cold turkey on the decongestant spray. Took about 3 weeks of this to finally get sorted. It wasn't pleasant but worked.



Same here. Eventually had an op though! Since then, been clear apart from the odd cold here and there but steer clear of this stuff unless absolutely necessary (max 2 days use).
Mary_Mary24/11/2019 10:01

Same here. Eventually had an op though! Since then, been clear apart from …Same here. Eventually had an op though! Since then, been clear apart from the odd cold here and there but steer clear of this stuff unless absolutely necessary (max 2 days use).


Thank you! This is really helpful info
Squildred24/11/2019 09:42

Thanks! Wow that doesn’t feel fun, glad you’re feeling better! I’ll keep to …Thanks! Wow that doesn’t feel fun, glad you’re feeling better! I’ll keep to the 2-3 days rule then, maybe it’s time to drag myself back to the GP and see if they’ve got any ideas!


I would... I was like this years ago... When they took an xray all my Sinuses were blocked there was no gap at all so had them walked out.... Been fine for nearly 30 years but now getting the odd problem... 👃👃👃
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