Hi, another question for you all. I just found out that, like I knew already, I've had chronic sinus infections for probably most of my life. Growing up, we thought I just had allergies but since I had them year round I figured it was an infection which was confirmed at an ENT appointment. So he prescribed neil med sinus rinse in the morning followed by antihistamines, and then antibiotics. Every day for 4 weeks then they'll scan it and see if the infections gone down. I really don't want to disappoint the doctor, but I'm kind of afraid of taking antihistamines. I'm not totally sure on this, but I think they've worsened my CFS symptoms in the past. I'm also afraid of taking antibiotics, but not as much, and mostly because I did some fecal transplants over a year ago and feel it did help my health a little overall except for possibly making my autoimmune issues worse. What do you think? I realize I'm probably overthinking this, but I recently have felt that my health has been stalling and don't want to risk making things worse. I'll add that I'm seeing an integrative doctor for CFS in a couple months who might be able to help with the infection plus I'm starting ozone saunas which might help, but in the meantime I'm not sure if I should just bite the bullet and take the antibiotics or not. It's amoxicillin, by the way. And the antihistamine is fluticasone. Sorry that got really ranty. I'm just confused as I don't want to alienate my local medical system. Not that that's likely to happen, but you never know.