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Why do I always have sneezing and running nose when I am inside a house ?

i always have like a flu when iam home running nose and congested what could it be iam 31yrs and the problem is when get into some houses i get like a flu no temperature but sneezing and running nose or even if drink something cold what could it be
Asked On : Wed, 20 Apr 2011
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allergic rhinitis. you should avoid environment and food that causes this type of allergic symptoms. and if attack of allergic rhinitis occur than u have to take full allopathy rx.
Answered: Fri, 29 Apr 2011
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You are likely suffering from allergic rhinitis which can be very well tackled Homoeopathically.You can start taking tab. Aller Aid 1 tab. 4 times daily. But if it is associated with cough, congestion, wheezing then the diagnosis changes, so you need to consult a homoeopath nearby for detail case taking and cure.

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Answered: Thu, 21 Apr 2011
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