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watery itchy eyes, sneezing,runny nose & sore throat

I've been experiencing the symptoms above for the past week or so. The eyes in particular are causing me discomfort and I've been getting slight headaches. Is this as a result of developing hayfever?
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replied August 17th, 2012
Looks like you have dust allergy.
do you still have this problem?

If I expose to fine dust, i get continuous sneezing, running nose, itching around eyes & throat etc.
once started, it use to spoil my entire day.
i was able to keep it under control using Homeopathic medicines.
For quick relief use Antihystamines like:
- RhynocartAqua or
- Nazomac-F(fluticasone propionate) - Nasal spray. spray it deep into nostril before going for sleep and next day morning you will be alright.

Food to avoid: kukumbar
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replied September 3rd, 2012
Having troubles ..
I have Itchy eyes, itchy throat and I sneeze a lot. Is this hay fever?
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replied November 21st, 2019
Hello and welcome to EHF !


I went through your query and i understand your concern.Its allergic rhinoconjuctivitis. Take some antihistamines and see f it helps. if the issue persists, consult your local physician. Avoiding allergens, taking antihistamines and warm comforting beverages will help till then.



Take care
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