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I have cold allergy nose problem when it is cold i start sneezing and my hand-foot also get freezing cold. I tried chlorpheniramine and desloratadine?

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Dr. Michael Zacharisen
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology

In brief: Cold induced

Cold air is an irritant for the nose leading to clear runny nose and less commonly sneezing.
It is unlikely an allergy so antihistamines didn't work well. But a nasal spray called atrovent nasal is a safe non-steroid nasal spray that can help people whose nose runs because of the cold, hot/spicy food, etc.

In brief: Cold induced

Cold air is an irritant for the nose leading to clear runny nose and less commonly sneezing.
It is unlikely an allergy so antihistamines didn't work well. But a nasal spray called atrovent nasal is a safe non-steroid nasal spray that can help people whose nose runs because of the cold, hot/spicy food, etc.
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