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"Telecast L"and Duonase nasal spray. no result

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I have been suffering from cough nearly one year beside it breathing problem,sneezing,itching of throat and eyes.Doctor has prescribed me "Telecast L"and Duonase nasal spray.I have been taking them nearly five months but getting no result on me.cough is going strong.Sir, what can I do?pls reply......

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replied March 19th, 2014
Allergies Answer A46315
hi there,

i would like to know about your age,occupation,any other allergies,your location
any seasonal varition in symptoms,any triggering agents
any past hisstory of allergies and family history of allergies.

it require proper examination of oronasal and opthalmic examination
but it seems you are suffering from allergic rhinoconjuctivitis
however i would advise

continue your medication

avoid allergens

antibiotics for upper respiratory tract infection

Non-sedating antihistamines: loratadine (Claritin), cetirizine (Reactine), desloratadine (Aerius), fexofenadine (Allegra) should be added

sodium cromoglicate should be considered

Immunotherapy or allergy shots (see the section on Immunotherapy)

Olopatadine (Patanol)[12] and Ketotifen Fumarate (Alaway or Zaditor) eye drops for eyes.

consult your allergist
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