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Mouth and throat dry, runny nose, sneezing in morning

I ve literally just been woken up by not breathing , my mouth was dry so was my throat , I m constantly sneezing wary single day or when ever I m awake, I get the slightest tickle in my nose and it feels like im gonna sneeze , it s embarrassing cause even if I don t, my nose starts to run. Theres something in the back of my nose that is just irritating and feels dry and just a horrible feeling, it feels like food is stuck there or something /: it s bad , I need help , I want a good nights sleep and I also want to just wake up normal . Please help
Asked On : Sat, 19 May 2012
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Hi, You seem to be suffering from Nasobronchial Allergy. You start taking antiallergics like Cetrizine 10 mgm or Allegra 120 mgm, Monteleukast 10 mgm at night, Beta Agonist and steroid combination in the form of inhalers like Seroflo or Formetrol 2 puffs twice daily, Salbutamol MDI 2 puffs 2 to 3 times a day for immediate relief and a PPI like Omeprazole or Pantoprazole. If symptoms are really bad a short course of steroids like Prednisolone 20 mgm for 5 days should be taken. Avoid dust, smoke or any other allergens to which you know that you are allergic. Steam inhalation, Warm saline gargles and some cough syrup may have soothing effect. For persistent sneezing take Budecort or Fluticasone nasal spray.
Answered: Sun, 20 May 2012
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