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Have cold, running nose. Suspecting allergy. Suggest?

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I have cold ,runnig nose and when it starts sneezing,it will go upto 10 to 15 in count. I'm suspecting it to be a kind of allergy may be autumn allergy..
Posted Sat, 26 Oct 2013 in Asthma and Allergy
Answered by Dr. Satyadeo Choubey 18 minutes later
Brief Answer:
It may be allergic rhinitis

Detailed Answer:
Thanks for your query.
It seems that you have got allergic rhinitis where the disease manifests as frequent sneezing, running nose, pain just above eyebrows etc.There may be background history of dust allergy. Family history may be positive for breathlessness, allergies, and frequent sneezing.
If you have got breathlessness too, you must get yourself evaluated for asthma also because 50% of sucha cases have concomitant asthma.
You must XXXXXXX a chest physician.
In the meantime you may take antihistaminics like cetrizine, and nasal spray of antihistaminc and steroid combination like azelastine and fluticasone combination, with a short course of antibiotics like amoxycillin-clavulanic acid.

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