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Do a lot of people get allergic rhinitis?

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Dr. Paul Carter
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: ~30% of folks.

Around 30% of the general population and about 50% of people with chronic rhinitis.

In brief: ~30% of folks.

Around 30% of the general population and about 50% of people with chronic rhinitis.
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Dr. Gary Steven
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology

In brief: Yes

About 20% of the population have some level of allergic rhinitis; many can be self-treated with occasional over-the-counter medications, some need to be treated by their primary care doctor, and at least 20% of those are so allergic that they should see an allergist.

In brief: Yes

About 20% of the population have some level of allergic rhinitis; many can be self-treated with occasional over-the-counter medications, some need to be treated by their primary care doctor, and at least 20% of those are so allergic that they should see an allergist.
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