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Cold, sneezing, nostril block.
Hello, I am suffering with cold from last 1 year I will get cold ones in 2 weeks, I ma working in night shifts. from last 5 months I doing work from home and my cold issue increased now I am getting cold twice in a week my nostril will block and running nose and continues sneezing, itching nostrils burning sensation in nostrils and water from nose and eyes. From 10 days my eyes getting itching. What is the reason for this illness allergy for sinus. please help me from this
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Allergy is preventable.
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avoid cold. dust and foods that are allergy to u.
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steam inhalation twice a day
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Hi , based on your symptoms it is mostly fitting in to allergic rhinitis , are you using any medication? Did you undergo any tests for allergy ? If any you can share through consultation
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Avoid exposure to dust and don’t take more of cold stuff
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Hi...based on your history you are suffering with allergic rhinitis!! Which can be easily controlled... Management of AR is three pronged 1 allergen identification 2 allergen avoidance 3 medical management.. All steps needed to be followed for good results
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online consultation for detailed history and effective management
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steam inhalation twice daily
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