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Runny nose, itchy eyes, sore throat, breathlessness. Is it due to allergy?

Hi, I moved to the city for the first time in Sept. 11 (have lived in a very rural area before), and since spring began this year, I ve started to have symptoms that may be from allergies - runny nose , itchy eyes, occasionally a sore throat , even though I never showed signs of having allergies in the countryside. These symptoms have been fairly mild, so I haven t taken any medication. But today I ve been having shortness of breath for no apparent reason, and the allergy level in my city is quite high today. So I m wondering if shortness of breath can be linked to allergies. If so, what s the best course of action from here?
Asked On : Tue, 8 May 2012
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you symptoms sound like SAR or seasonal allergic rhinitis and allergic bronchitis. in thiscase, please get tested for allergies esp if any pollens. use of nasal sprays and inhalers during the allergic season will keep your problem under control
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