I was having problems with it, squirting saliva all over and drooling at night. I went down to one capsule at night and still notice improvement. I think it might be a little hard to metabolize, so maybe not everyone needs to be on it three times a day, or even two. Taking it at night helped the most. Also, the sweats for me went away after a week or two, but the drooling and all started after the sweats wore off.
My mom said there is a really good nasal spray now that is totally natural. It is about
12 bucks a bottle and I can find out the name. She was put on it from her doctor. She said it is the only nasal spray that helped with her chronic sinusitis (she was in a car wreck long ago and her face totally rebuilt with silicone and she has bad sinus problems and bleeds). Anyway, this over the counter spray fixed her right up. I wish I could remember the name, but a good pharmacist might know, or someone in a health food store. I think it is a homeopathic medicine, but one of them that really really actually works really well. It is very expensive though.
Flonase works for me, but Idon't have it as bad as you and my mom do. I know my ENT said to avoid any allergy pills that would dry out the membranes and also avoid the 12 hour cheap nasal sprays with strong decongestant ingredients, but you probably already know that. They dry you out. Flonase is good. and Rhinocort.
I hope you can manage with the Evoxac. Even if you can manage to take it at night once a day, at least you won't wake up plugged up and dry eyed, and during the day you can use your topicals as you need them. I'm sure the doc will have a solution to it.
Will be sending hopeful thoughts your way.
--Sometimes I think the surest sign that intelligent life exists elsewhere in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us. Bill Watterson (1958-) cartoonist "Calvin and Hobbes"
Ills--Sjogrens-Lupus-like AI Disease, Hashis, Vitiligo, spinal stenosis/fusion with plate, salivary/lymphectomies, Diabetes, NAFLD, COPD, RLS, neuropathy, trigonitis, hystero, diffuse brain atrophy, GI nightmare
Meds--Plaquenil, Evoxac, Metformin, Synthroid, HCTZ, Estradiol patch, Prosed, Detrol, Klonopin, Ultram, Vicodin, Restasis, Albuterol, steroid injections and pred prn