Carry Epinephrine for emergencies. Kits containing fast-acting, self-administered epinephrine are commonly prescribed for people who are at risk of anaphylaxis. Make sure that you carry an epinephrine kit with you at all times, and that family and friends know of your condition, your triggers and how to use epinephrine. Consider wearing an emergency medical bracelet or necklace identifying yourself as a person at risk of anaphylaxis. Teachers and other caregivers should be informed of children who are at risk for anaphylaxis and know what to do in an allergic emergency.
I am 8 months pregnant, and I got a bad cold that made my nose run a lot, and after 2 weeks without being able to breath through my nose and not having enough sleep, food or water because of this, and after 2 days of Fluimucil, rhinocort aqua, Vibrocil, and Loratadina, my nose was still as badly blocked as before, except now without any moisture…. the doctors prescribed me safe antibiotics. It did help a little bit as I can breath a bit from my nose, but I still feel my nose stuffed and blocked and dry.
What can I do besides taking medicines?
I have had enough of those, and I dont want my baby on anymore drugs, but I could use a straight night sleep…. Thank you