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I am 32 years and 15 weeks pregnant. Before I got pregnant I have been battling sneezing, running, itchy, peppery nose and now my nose is always blocked as well. Before I got pregnant, I saw an ent doctor who told me to do a ct sinus scan. It showed chronic sinusitis. I was given loratadine and flixonase nasal spray. But after I got pregnant, I was told to continue the drugs in the 2nd trimester. Am worried about the effect of the drug on my pregnancy. But I feel very uncomfortable. My sleep is disturbed daily with sneezing and blocked nose, my head also aches from time to time. I went for hijama but couldn't do it rigorously because of my pregnancy. My face, neck and upper back were done.

1 Doctor Answered
Due to hormonal changes in pregnancy nasal congestion increases. You can continue fluticasone nasal spray along with nasal saline washes and you should be fine.
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