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Nasal allergy, continuous sneezing, congestion, occurs on drinking cold water. Taking cetrizine. Permanent cure?

Hello Doctor, For the past years i have been have a nasal allergy . I use to get this Allergy in my Nose once in a week. I use to get continuous sneezing and my nose will be very heavy. itz happens mostly when i drink cold water. i can t bear a sip of cold water also. sneezing go on for whole day but when i use Cetrizine and i will get released. PLZ suggest mi any permanent solution.
Asked On : Tue, 11 Dec 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Dec 2012
You are having allergic rhinitis which will always re-occur ones the allergens ( cold, dust, pollen) are present. You need to adjust your lifestyle and avoid allergens even though it is difficult to do, at least you will reduce the chances of you getting some allergy episodes. Then you can use antihistamines such as cetrizine or a nasal steroid spray to relief the symptoms when they present. I don't think there is any permanent cure for your allergy as it is already encrypted in your DNA and that can not be corrected by any known medical therapy.

Wish you the best and hope this helps.
Answered: Wed, 12 Dec 2012
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