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Chronic runny nose. Suggestions

Hi, I have a chronic runny nose (thin,watery--not thick) year round. It's long term and I suspect it from living in a small apartment with a parrot and a macaw. I can't take antihistamines because they make me extremely jittery. Normally I deal with the problem by ALWAYS having tissue with me to control the running. The problem is this: I'm a beekeeper and when I'm working the hives (which can be several hours at a time) I cannot use tissue through the bee veil. It's horribly embarrassing when other people are around. Any advice/help would be much appreciated!!
Asked On : Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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thanks for your question.
history seems that you have allergic rhinosinusitis.
avoid allergens like dust, birds feathers, pollens etc
take topical steroids like mometasone nasal spray.
thanking you.
Answered: Mon, 15 Jul 2013
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