Nasal Allergy

Nasal allergy is caused due to exposure to allergens such as wind-borne pollen, mold, dust mites, and pests. The common symptoms are runny nose, watery discharge, stuffy nose, sneezing, red and watery eyes. It is managed by taking nasal steroid sprays and antihistamines.

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What does nasal congestion without fever, cough or headache indicate in a vaccinated person?

Query: Hi doctor, I am a 44-year-old male. For the last 20 days, I have nasal congestion. I took steam, Cetrizine and Paracetamol tablet, and Bromhexine twice a day, along with Otrivin nasal spray. But no long-term relief. It reduces congestion when I am outdoor in the heat but comes back when in AC. I ne...  Read Full »

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Answer: Hello doctor, Welcome to I suggest you stop steam inhalation and Bromhexine. Instead of tablet Cetirizine (antihistamine), I suggest you take tablet Allegra 120 mg (Fexofenadine hydrochloride) once a day in the morning for five days. And please use Nasoclear drops (saline nasal drops) i...  Read Full »

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