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Clogged ear, sneezing and runny nose. Pain in the forehead. Antihistamine for allergy presribed. Right medication?

Hi, I had an allergy last december of I dont know where it came from and I only it only on my left nose , constant sneezing , clogged left ear. But much begin January I got fever twice and unbearable pain inside my left nose up to my forehead . I went to a doctor and she prescribe me to take antihistamine tablet for allergy and glucocortisonsteroid spray for both nose for the infection. Until now I still have that painful tingling inside my left nose and still have that clogged ears and headache. What should I do? Please help me...this is really irritating and its been and almost 2 mos.
Asked On : Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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It is better to consult a specialist in that category. Some times it takes long time for allergy to subside. Don not loose hopes.
All the symptoms I can co relate to the allergy.
If you have associated sinusitis (which is common) all these symptoms may persist for quite some time.
Allergic sinusitis is commonly associated with allergic cold.
All the best.
Answered: Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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