Sudafed decongestant nasal spray £1.57 @ Wilkos
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Sudafed decongestant nasal spray £1.57 @ Wilkos

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Found 20th Oct 2009
Spotted these today which I'm well addicted to: 15ml Sudafed decongestant nasal spray (xylometazoline) (This is the metered dose glass bottle type)

Looks like its only in-store at Wilko's for £1.57 which is a VERY good price I reckon... I normally pay £2.78 at Morries and the other bigger chains. Normally this is more than £3 at Boots.

Bought myself 4 bottles to stock up for a while as I'm not sure when this deal will end. :-)

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Well addicted to?... yes, that's the problem with it, not physical addiction, but once you start regular use, that's it, it's worse when you stop :-(

I try to strictly ration use of it, to avoid that and meanwhile use Xlear nasal spray (Xylitol) much of the rest of the time for chronic sinusitis, but it is only a little help, as well as being expensive - nothing close to being as effective as this; and when I can't sleep because of the congestion, it is the ONLY answer :-(

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Well addicted to?... yes, that's the problem with it, not physical … Well addicted to?... yes, that's the problem with it, not physical addiction, but once you start regular use, that's it, it's worse when you stop :-(I try to strictly ration use of it, to avoid that and meanwhile use Xlear nasal spray (Xylitol) much of the rest of the time for chronic sinusitis, but it is only a little help, as well as being expensive - nothing close to being as effective as this; and when I can't sleep because of the congestion, it is the ONLY answer :-(


Quite agree entirely
After 5 days or longer it creates rebound blockage.
I should know too with having had septoplasty.
Every time i get a cold i get blocked nose fully.
Best alternative is flixonaise from doctors ( take once per day )
Or as my consultant said Beconaise over the counter just take twice a day.
Be warned you could end up being worse off and an operation taboot.
Pete

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Yup, you people know the drill ... it can be well addictive and the reverse effects are the worst.
It is best used in moderation for sure, but man ... does this stuff do the job or what!? :-) ... and none of that cheap menthol stuff thrown in either. (You know, the in-stores own branded stuff available for pennies)

'Scuse me while I go find a bottle quick *sniff - sniff*

;-)
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