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Frequent sneezing causing watery eyes and headache, rise in temperature. No relief with treatment. Remedy?

Hi, I have a really a big issue regarding my sneezing .I over sneeze 20 times a day non stop.This leads watery eyes and headaches .I currently live in uk and I never sneeze when I travel outside uk.I have noticed my sneeze start whwhen my body temperature rise,I get less sleep and as soon as I come out of shower.I don t seem to sneeze in cold weather and when I say cold weather I mean when I m walking/travelling outside. I have tried all medicines and nothing seems to help.
Asked On : Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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you clearly are allergic to something, and it looks like you are allergic to dust, may be even pollen.
you need to make a note if you sneeze when you go to garden or near plants .
also do you get sneezing while cleaning your house or dusting pillows bed sheet mattress etc.
if this s troubling you a lot then you go to immunologist or allergy specialist .
he will do skin prick test on you, by this you will surely know what your allergic to.
once this is done you have to take immunotherapy ,this is the best modality of treatment available and it is very effective.
but before you try immunotherapy , you try nasal steroid spray this also is very effective,consult immunologist or ent specialist for nasal sprays.
thank you
Answered: Fri, 4 Jan 2013
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