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Dust allergy and continuous cold - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   Hi
User :   How r u?
Doctor :   Fine thanks
User :   So, where r u fro
User :   ohh, cool

User :   actually i have problem with cold
User :   can you help me in this regard
Doctor :   Do yoiu have it occasionally
User :   actually i get it every time there is a climatic change
User :   or a change in my location
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Do you have allergies
Doctor :   asthma?
User :   sort of........ i am allergic to dust

Doctor :   Do you have blocked nose now?
Doctor :   or running nose?
User :   if i do any cleanin stuff, then it' s sure tht i would catch cold
User :   i had a medicene yesterday due to which the running nose problem is solved
User :   but it's blocked now:)
User :   i mean i am suffering from blocked nose

Doctor :   To get a better picture I need this information--

Age: ; Occupation: ; Location: ; Marital Status:
User :   age--24

User :   occupation: software engg

User :   i am single
Doctor :   Do you smoke/drink alcohol/Any other habits?
If yes how much/how often?
User :   no

Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Have you taken any medications
Doctor :   for this right now
User :   yes

Doctor :   Which one
User :   cetrizene
Doctor :   Do you have cough/ fever/ body pains
Doctor :   or headache
User :   my office guy gave me this one

User :   right now none
Doctor :   Ok
User :   yesterday i had body pains
Doctor :   I would suggest you steam inhalation with Sinarest vasocaps
Doctor :   and MEDLAR PLUS tablet twice a day for one day
User :   and whts tht for
Doctor :   You should be alright if you continue
Doctor :   steam inhalations
Doctor :   You said yoiu have cold right?
User :   no, i was askin abt MEDLAR PLUS
User :   does it have any side effects
Doctor :   Medlar plus has antihistamines to keep you free from the blocked nose and it has paracetmol for the body pains
User :   ok.......
Doctor :   It has no side effects but it may feel you drousy
Doctor :   as it is a weekend i dont think it could be aprob
Doctor :   Please fill this form I send and when done, Please say it.
User :   ohh but i have to work on weekends too
User :   can't u suggest some thing else
Doctor :   Then take it for the night
User :   i have a meeting at 9 in the mrng
Doctor :   continue with sinarest vasocaps
User :   i will be able to be fresh for it rt
Doctor :   Yes
User :   after takin the medicene
User :   since it's a imp one for me
Doctor :   Dont take in the morning , yoiu can do steam inhalations
Doctor :   with sinarest

User :   ok thx for the info, but one thing
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User :   i am getting this running nose and blocked one problem regularly
Doctor :   The cause is known to you
User :   it is not tht serious rt
Doctor :   you have to avoid
Doctor :   the allergen
Doctor :   which i think you are aware of
User :   bcoz some one was suggesting tht it may lead to sinusitus
User :   tht's the reason i am askin you
Doctor :   It is not going to be a worrisome problem for you
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Bye then
User :   ok thnx

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