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Taking medication for sneezing and running nose but no change. Need solution - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 14-Oct-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Ear, Nose and Throat Problems
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User:I am XXXX
User:age 34
Doctor:How can I help you?
User:got sneezing, runing nose problem for the past 3 years
User:i have been prescribed deslor, medrol, and ivepred
User:sometimes amox, citricin
User:And even Avil
User:plus deriphillin injection
User:sometimes it works . Will be fine for one week and then i get the same issue
User:did pulmo test, everything is fine
User:Please help me to resolve this issue..
User:budecort stuff as well
Doctor:You have been having this problem since 3 years as you said
User:last but not least, nabulizer like stuff as well
User:yes correct
Doctor:and medications have failed to help you much
Doctor:Have you consulted an allergy specialist?
User:yes, did pulmo test, everything is fine
Doctor:Okay, did the doctor ask you undergo a patch test?
User:Is it advisable using Montelukast?
Doctor:Okay, I feel in your case, allergic rhinitis may the cause
User:yes you are correct
User:not sure though
Doctor:or some other cause like vasomotor rhinitis
Doctor:or atrophic rhinitis
User:kindly advise as i am bugged with all sorts of ailment..
Doctor:these conditions need to be ruled out
Doctor:The first thing you can do is, get a patch test to see if you area allergic to anything in particular
User:so what is the next step...
Doctor:then you should consult an ENT specialist, who can examine your nose well
User:yeah, got snoring problem that night whenever i face sneezing problem
Doctor:and if he/she can find things like atrophy or if there is nay increased vascular activity
User:Still not clear ENT or pulmo or cardioligist?
User:whom to consult
Doctor:You should definitely consult an ENT doctor
User:who will be the best suited?
User:fine last question , meantime is it advisable to use Montelukast?
Doctor:Once you have consulted the ENT doctor things should improve drastically
Doctor:Montelukast will be helpful
User:fine and what about patch test?
User:for what purpose?
Doctor:patch test to see if you have any allergy
User:so you mean take patch test and then consult ENT?
User:DO ENT doctors do patch test?
Doctor:Yes, I was about to suggest the same thing,
Doctor:You should first consult an ENT doctor and then if he feels that patch test is necessary then he will ask for it
User:finally got a solution. Great thanks a lot
Doctor:So, go ahead and consult an ENt doctor
Doctor:You are most welcome
User:thank you, bye
Doctor:take care
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