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Reddish nose and cheeks, itching and burning sensation on the cheeks. Dust allergy?

i have dust allergy.my skin is very sensitive.my cheeks,nose is always red.sometimes i have itching,but very rarely.when the heaters are on i feel some burning sensation on my cheeks and it becomes reddish.i am using day cream and night cream prescribed by docter,but i dont see any major changes.doctor please tell me is this any disease or it is because of my sensitive skin,that my body skin is always dry.
Asked On : Tue, 2 Apr 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
WE CANT SAY WITHOUT ALLERGY TESTS TO WHICH THING YU ARE ALLERGIC TO
BUT SYMPTOMPS ARE OF ALLERGY
YOU START WITH EBASTINE 10 MG OD FOR 3 WEEK AND OFF AND ON AFTER THAT
APPLY CALAMINE LOTION BD
NO USE OF MUSTARD COCONUT WALNUT GROUND NUT OR SOYA OILS ALMONDS OIL
USE OLIVE FOR APPLICATION AND COOKING
USE NON TOXIC SOAPS SHAMPOO AND CREAMS
LOT OF WARM WATER EMPTY STOMACH
BUT GET CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR TO FIND OUT YOUR ALLERGIES
Answered: Thu, 9 May 2013
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