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    2% Bactroban as nasal rinse

    I saw a sinus specialist at Hopkins today who works with CF patients. I still have no diagnosis; the adult CF clinic sent me to her as they don't think I have CF. I was using pulmicort in my nose for the last month and today she switched to bactorban 2% mixed in a neil med solution, twice a day. I keep getting green drainage (specks, dried up muscus) My sinus scan looked pretty good after a month of levaquin and pulmicort. Anybody ever used this stuff in their nose?

    My first surgery didnt heal correctly (different doctor) amd may be the problem. However she went into the this is respiratory, my PFV was 78, which she called low. I have negative swat test, a nasal potential differential that is similar to CF but not exact, and Josh has no know mutation. I'm getting tired of the whole thing. will it ever end?

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    2% Bactroban as nasal rinse

    I saw a sinus specialist at Hopkins today who works with CF patients. I still have no diagnosis; the adult CF clinic sent me to her as they don't think I have CF. I was using pulmicort in my nose for the last month and today she switched to bactorban 2% mixed in a neil med solution, twice a day. I keep getting green drainage (specks, dried up muscus) My sinus scan looked pretty good after a month of levaquin and pulmicort. Anybody ever used this stuff in their nose?

    My first surgery didnt heal correctly (different doctor) amd may be the problem. However she went into the this is respiratory, my PFV was 78, which she called low. I have negative swat test, a nasal potential differential that is similar to CF but not exact, and Josh has no know mutation. I'm getting tired of the whole thing. will it ever end?

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    2% Bactroban as nasal rinse

    I saw a sinus specialist at Hopkins today who works with CF patients. I still have no diagnosis; the adult CF clinic sent me to her as they don't think I have CF. I was using pulmicort in my nose for the last month and today she switched to bactorban 2% mixed in a neil med solution, twice a day. I keep getting green drainage (specks, dried up muscus) My sinus scan looked pretty good after a month of levaquin and pulmicort. Anybody ever used this stuff in their nose?
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    <br /> My first surgery didnt heal correctly (different doctor) amd may be the problem. However she went into the this is respiratory, my PFV was 78, which she called low. I have negative swat test, a nasal potential differential that is similar to CF but not exact, and Josh has no know mutation. I'm getting tired of the whole thing. will it ever end?

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    Mikeinfla
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    2% Bactroban as nasal rinse

    Take a look around your house for any signs of bacteria, mold or mildew growing. Check under the toilet tank lid which is a spot most folks neglect to clean and it has lot's of spots for something to grab hold and breed and of course it gets whipped up everytime you flush.

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    Mikeinfla
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    2% Bactroban as nasal rinse

    Take a look around your house for any signs of bacteria, mold or mildew growing. Check under the toilet tank lid which is a spot most folks neglect to clean and it has lot's of spots for something to grab hold and breed and of course it gets whipped up everytime you flush.

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    Mikeinfla
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    2% Bactroban as nasal rinse

    Take a look around your house for any signs of bacteria, mold or mildew growing. Check under the toilet tank lid which is a spot most folks neglect to clean and it has lot's of spots for something to grab hold and breed and of course it gets whipped up everytime you flush.

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