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Night sweats, coughing, facial breakouts, clear mucus in nose, itchy eyes, sneezing. Treatment?

I have night sweats and am coughing through the night. I have currently had many facial breakouts of little systs that hurt and contain clear fluid . I have had many seasonal allergies in the past, mostly when I was a child. I also have very thick clear mucus in my nose and have had symtoms of itchy eyes, sneezing as well. I don t know if this is allergy related or if it seems a bit hormonal since I recenly have been having alot of breakage in my hair
Asked On : Sun, 26 Aug 2012
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Your problem seems to be of allergy. You should take a short course of steroids. Take a tablet of montair lc also. For the eyes you may use cromal eye drops and flixonase nasal spray for the nasal discharge. If allergies are very troublesome you may go in for allergy testing and desensitization. Pl consult a dermatologist for the cysts on the face.
Answered: Tue, 28 Aug 2012
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