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In this blog, we are discussing Rhinitis. Sneezing starts immediately after coming into contact with any allergen in rhinitis. If this problem is ignored, it can take the form of Asthma. Joining us today on the GMoney Health Show is Dr. Pushkar Lele, who is giving important information about Rhinitis.
Dr. Pushkar Lele
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Dr. Pushkar Lele – Thank you, thank you.
Dr. Pushkar Lele – The most common of these is allergic rhinitis. In allergic rhinitis, it happens that if you have an allergy, then your body reacts to it, due to which the nose swells, the nose starts running, and you start sneezing. All these things happen. Apart from this, due to some infections, there can also be a problem in the nose, which is also called rhinitis.
Dr. Pushkar Lele – It is a type of allergy that occurs due to contact with an external substance.
Dr. Pushkar Lele – Usually, based on the symptoms, it is known that they have allergic rhinitis. The medical history of the patient is noted. There is swelling in the eye, and sneezing, running nose, and nasal congestion are the symptoms.
Dr. Pushkar Lele – Yes, they also have allergies, due to which they get asthma. He also has allergic rhinitis.
Dr. Pushkar Lele – First of all, you should find out the allergy you need to avoid.
If someone in your house has a problem with smoking, then the problem may increase. Avoid coming into contact with chemicals. Pollution and dust particles also increase the problem. If there is more pollution, then you can wear a mask. If you have allergic rhinitis, get treatment early.
Nasal congestion or frequent sneezing can also occur with viral fever. There may be a fever, and the person who is allergic from the beginning, whose nose is sensitive in the same way, gets infected quickly.
Dr. Pushkar Lele – Common cold pills are given, treatment is done with them, and those who have had problems for a long time are given sprays. Nasal sprays have to be used for a long time, and people can get a very good effect from it.
Dr. Pushkar Lele – We tell patients to use these drops only when needed. Excessive use of drops damages the mucosa, the lining inside the nose.
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