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I am diagnsed with rhinities allergy. what is exact treatment.

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Dr. Robert Killian
General Practice 28 years experience
Allergic Rhinitis: The common treatment for seasonal allergies includes a good non-sedating antihistamine, a nasal steroid spray, and if needed allergy shots. Some people do well with bronchodilators and other asthma meds during their allergy seasons.
Dr. Jack Mutnick
Allergy and Immunology 17 years experience
Allergic Rhinitis: Avoidance, air purifier, salt water washes, oral antihistamines, prescription nasal sprays. Seeing an allergist for testing and then consideration for allergy shots to eliminate the allergies.

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