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How to get rid of allergic rhinitis?

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Dr. Douglas Johnston
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: Allergy treatments

Typical treatment for allergic rhinitis include avoidance of allergic triggers, oral antihistamines, leukotriene modifying drugs, nasal steroids, nasal antihistamines and allergy shots.

In brief: Allergy treatments

Typical treatment for allergic rhinitis include avoidance of allergic triggers, oral antihistamines, leukotriene modifying drugs, nasal steroids, nasal antihistamines and allergy shots.
Dr. Douglas Johnston
Dr. Douglas Johnston
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Dr. Michael Zacharisen
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology

In brief: Control is possible

While no cure exists, typically a treatment regimen of avoidance (as practical), nasal steroid spray ( example: flonase), non drowsy antihistamine (zyrtec, allegra, claritin) work well for most people when started before the allergy season.
For others, allergy injections can be very helpful especially for long term relief.

In brief: Control is possible

While no cure exists, typically a treatment regimen of avoidance (as practical), nasal steroid spray ( example: flonase), non drowsy antihistamine (zyrtec, allegra, claritin) work well for most people when started before the allergy season.
For others, allergy injections can be very helpful especially for long term relief.
Dr. Michael Zacharisen
Dr. Michael Zacharisen
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