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Bad tickle in right nostril, sneeze badly, just clear liquid discharge/ What could this be ?

I am having a very bad tickle just in my right nostril- like I HAVE to sneeze really bad. I have never really had allergies but this started just yesterday and has been pretty consistent. What could this be? My nose is a little runny but just clear liquid and no signs of infection and not too stopped up- my left nostril is just fine w/ no tickle or urge to sneeze.
Asked On : Sat, 23 Feb 2013
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Nose tickling/tingling is generally due to allergy & common cold. If you don't feel you have cold, just clean your nose with lukewarm water. Notice while cleaning if you have any thick irritating hair that needs trimming (particularly if you are a male).
Have some hot soup, or chicken soup if you eat non-veg. You can also take menthol in hot steam for mild symptoms of rhinitis (running nose infection).
Hope you feel better soon!
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