Nasal Allergies (Allergic Rhinitis): 10 Questions to Ask Your Doctor
10 Questions to Ask Your Doctor about...
Nasal Allergies (Allergic Rhinitis)
Why do I have nasal allergies? Can they be cured?
What are common allergens that cause nasal allergies?
How can I reduce my exposure to allergens?
What medications treat nasal allergies? How do they work?
What should I do if medications don’t help relieve my symptoms?
What are allergy shots? How do they work?
What is anaphylaxis?
What is epinephrine?
What other steps can I take to help prevent nasal allergy symptoms?
How can I tell if my symptoms are caused by a cold, sinus infection, or nasal allergies?
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