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    For those of you who have improved from taking dex, I'm curious if any other related medications have helped you. For example, Sudafed (pseudoephedrine) is a related medication (in the class of medications called "sympathomimetics") that generally has fewer side effects. For many people with IC taking Sudafed causes flareups, but for a few people (such as myself), it actually reduces symptoms. I wonder if that is the case for anyone else here.
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    Sudafed is a definite trigger for me. I don't dare take even one.

    Donna
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