Chronic Ethmoid Sinusitis - Sinus Allergies - The Basics


Chronic Ethmoid Sinusitis - Sinus Allergies - The Basics

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I thus received shots weekly for about two years. For the second year it became inconvenient for me to go to the doctor's office every week for a shot, so I was taught how to give myself the injections. Thereafter I only had to personally go to the doctor's office about once a quarter to pick up a new batch of serum. At first the [lnk=]trouble[/lnk] of giving myself shots seemed a bit revolting, but it really was quite easy to do after one gets the hang of it. I stopped taking the shots after about two years, and I can't say for certain that they helped. I don't think they did any harm, however, and I don't think that sinus allergies are a big [lnk=]a faster way to pay off sinuses![/lnk] situation at present. :oops:

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