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Having cold with running nose. Will L Montus help to cure my problem ?

Hi Doctors, I generally suffer from cold with severely running nose. I also tend to sneeze quite often while I am down with this problem. Once I am down with cold and running nose, it remains for 5-6 days and then it goes off. After a month or so I am again caught under the grip of cold with severely running nose. I am really frustrated with this problem. It really distracts my mind and I am not able to concentrate on my work while I am down with this problem. One of the doctors prescribed L Montus to me. I think it works a bit for me but not really sure of. Could you please help me out here? Could you suggest some good medicines for this problem. Age - 29 Height - 5.8 Weight - 72 No chronic problems. Generally I remain fit. Thank you.
Asked On : Sat, 18 Jun 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Welcome to health care magic
You need to be examined by ENT Doctor because deviated nasal septum has to be ruled out.
Boil ginger,pepper,jeera in water and add little honey,take the filtered juice daily.It will help.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Chirag Soni's  Response
Welcome to HCM.

Running nose with sneezing is usually a symptoms of common cold but it is recurrent in a healthy person than it may be allergic.

You have to yourself find out the type of allergy.

Go for certain antiallergic drugs under doctor's guidance.

If it persist long time and recurrent after medication than go for allergy test to find out specific allergen.
consult ENT. specilist to rule out any nasal condition.
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