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Have sneezing, runny nose. Using LCZ Mont. Any side effects? Permanent cure?

I am 22 years old. One day in every week, I have a flowing nose and sneezing most of the time on that day. I am a student and find very hard to concentrate on things on that day. I am presently using LCZ Mont in such situations. That too, sometimes does not come to any help. Suggest me a permanent solution for this disease. Also, does LCZ Mont have any side effects? Or should I use some other medicine instead of LCZ Mont?
Asked On : Wed, 8 Aug 2012
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Hi, Aditya,
Thanks for query.
It seems that you are having allergic rhinitis.
Try to identify the allergen like dust,atmosphere,some cosmetics, duo spray etc and avoid it.
LCZ Mont is good anti histamine and does not have much side effects.
You can take as and when required.
Another possibility is having sinusitis or Deviated Nasal Septum(DNS).
Ok and bye.
Answered: Wed, 8 Aug 2012
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