Posted 9/27/2012 6:00 AM (GMT -6)
Nebulizer solutions are more pure/contain less additives. Maybe try nebulizer solutions in a nasal spray bottle to test for sensitivity first before investing in a nebulizer... A compounding pharmacy can sell you an empty nasal spray bottle for a few dollars.
Or try an inhaler that does not have a propellant - it would be breath-activated powder in a dispenser, instead of a pump inhalar. Discuss this with your Allergist...they should be aware of which brands are breath-activated instead of propellant based.
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