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Frequent cold and cough due to allergic nuture - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help u?
User :   hello
Doctor :   proceed wd the details?
User :   i often fall sick and my routine gets disturbed by that
Doctor :   For Health purposes please provide these: Age, Gender, Location, Occupation, Marital status,
User :   can you plz help me
User :   i am 22 yrs old..female completed my graduation and i am single
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   pl tell me more about the sickness
User :   i often get cold and cough
User :   i am very sensitive
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   then it could be allergic in nature
User :   everytime i get cold it ll b thr foa weeks time
Doctor :   Have you taken/taking any medicines or had any consultation with a Doctor?
User :   yes, i am taking homoeopathy medicine
Doctor :   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, exercise, or other factors may provoke rhinitis in susceptible people, such as those who have allergies.

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