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What Is The Difference Between Sneezing From Allergies And Sneezing From Colds
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
Common symptom: Sneezing can occur for many reasons. Some people have nonallergic rhinitis which may be associated with sneezing and runny nose. Triggers can include smoke, air pollution, perfume, strong odors, bright sunlight, weather change, cold air. This is an irritant response not an allergic reactions. Many allergy sufferers also have nonallergic rhinitis too. ...Read more
Recently started sneezing whenever going from warm indoor to cold outdoor and vice versa - is this allergy to something? What am i allergic to?
Many ways: Allergy is controlled by a three way approach. Avoidance- keep your child away from potential allergic triggers- animals, dust, dust mites by keeping house clean, no carpets or animals in bedroom, hypoallergenic covers on bedding. Avoid pollen. Medication - for symptom control if avoidance not fully helpful. See md for help. Immunotherapy for refractory symptoms. See allergist or ENT allergist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I've nasal allergy.feel bit headach under aircon and some cold feel in body with sneezing. Plz advice?
Im always sneezing and my nose is itching and like i have cold.gone if i take claritine.is it safe always taking anti allergy medecine??
Other meds may help: For most patient, taking an over-the-counter antihistamine such as Claritin, Zyrtec, or Allegra is safe. This may not be the most effective therapy for what sounds like chronic allergic rhinitis. Nasal steroids are frequently prescribed to control the inflammation. An allergy evaluation may be helpful to identity potential triggers, which could be avoided or even treated with allergy shots. ...Read more
My wife is having hypothyroid and frequently she is having sneezing;coughing and cold problem as per doctor due to allergy.Give me solution?
Consult: See an allergist to settle the question. ...Read more
I suffer from running nose, continuous sneezing and occasional fevers on a frequent basis. The reasons are mostly cold or allergies. How to stop this?
Different way: The runny nose from allergies is often controlled by antihistamine (tablet or spray) and nasal steroid. The runny nose from cold is more difficult to control but there is a rx spray which may reduce it significantly. Allergies do not cause a fever unless it is complicated by severe sinusitis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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