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Teen, have consistent cold, sniffing, sneezing, severe in the morning with itching eyes and drowsiness, no relief with citrizine. Cure?

Hi Sir... I am 17 years old boy.I am fed up of my consistent cold , sniffing and sneezing problem. It is at highest level when i wake up in the morning and remains throughout the day. I have itchy eyes and feel like sleeping all the time. I get very little relief by having citrizine tablet. It all started when i started swimming. ow i have discontinued it. But did not get rid of this problem. Please advise the reason and the cure for the same. Thanks
Asked On : Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
IT IS ALLERGIC SINUSES
GET XRAY PNS DONE
CETRIZINE IS NOT ANSWER TO IT
TAKE TAB ALLEGRA 120 MGM TWICE A DAY
APPLY NEOSPORIN EYE OINTMENT IN THE NOSE TWICE A DAY
IF YOU ARE NOT GETTING RELIEF AFTER MANY TREATMENT YOU SHOULD STOP MILK AND DIARY PRODUCTS
GET YOUR ALLERGY TESTS DONE AND GO FOR SLIT TREATNT
FOR EYES YOU CAN USE CHROMAL FORTE EYE DROPS TWICE A DAY
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