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Frequent Sneezes
Hi Doctors, my recent visit to a place has resulted in frequent Sneezes.I noticed some uncomfort  during midnight itself in the room where I slept( No one in home has any ill probs. I am bit allergic to dust ).Since then, not continuos but atleast 10-12 sneezes in a day. This caused me a cold attack with a blockage of nose by evening.  I took Sinarest tab at night and once in the morning today. Still I feel not cured completely. Other than cold I don't see any problems like cough, throat pain, fever etc.. is this a normal cold? What medication should I follow to recover fast.
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Allergic reaction of nasal mucosa against the dust have caused that problem so take precautions against the dust next time when you get exposed for this problem do steam in halation two times per day if you have nasal block still take online ENT consultation for further evaluation
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You should first start taking nebulization. And start taking flu medication.
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