I am living in a tropical coastal area. I used to travel always. When I am outside my place or abroad, I do not have any problem. But, when I enter my place and as soon as I enter my house, I will start sneezing and then after sometime my nose will start dripping. This happens only in my place. When I go outside even for six months I do not get fever or cold. But, in my place every day morning I will start sneezing. I do not know what is happening. Is this because of the climate or dust allergy? What all tests should I do? Which doctor do I need to consult?
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Check Eosinophil level.Probable diagnosis:
Hypersensitivity.Regarding follow up:
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I do not think that dust and pollens are much responsible as I do not usually sneeze at such situations. When there is a quick temperature change in like a cold breeze, I catch up cold and start to sneeze. Also, in situations such as a cold air blow on sweat after physical work. What course should I go for? Please suggest any fixed solution for this as I have been suffering for many years?
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