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Allergic rhinitis, frequent sneezing, bleeding through nose - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help u?
User :   hellooo doctor
Doctor :   proceed wd the details
User :   im frm cochin and daily morning i use to sneez.sometimes blood comes frm my nose.
Doctor :   r u there?
Doctor :   k
User :   2yrs back i had an operation
User :   fess
Doctor :   of
User :   there was some blockade in my nostrils.
User :   now also iam not able to breathe properly thro my nose
Doctor :   was it for DNS
User :   dns?
Doctor :   u might be having allergic rhinitis
User : allergic to dust
Doctor :   The nose is lined with a membrane that produces mucous.
User :   k
Doctor :   Rhinitis is a swelling of the mucous membrane due to irritation or congestion and results in a runny nose, itching, and sneezing. Irritants in the environment like cigarette smoke, chemicals, temperature changes, stress,
Doctor :   Allergic reactions in the nose lead to release of certain chemicals.
Doctor :   Allergens in the house, such as house dust mites and pet dander cause allergic rhinitis.

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