Nasal Allergy (Allergic Rhinitis) is the most common form of irritation and inflammation of the nasal mucosa. Allergic rhinitis is usually triggered by airborne, seasonal allergy, and indoor allergens, such as pollen, dander, house dust mites, cockroaches, pets, irritants
Common symptoms or allergic rhinitis are:
You may also experience facial pressure or pain, headache, and reduced sense of smell.
The allergens may also affect the eyes, causing watery, reddened, puffy or itchy eyes
Our Treatment: Intranasal glucocorticoids with oral or Intranasal antihistamine
Warning: You may have bacterial sinusitis if your are experiencing fever, yellow- green sputum or phlegm, persistent headache or purulent nasal discharge.
You should seek medical attention immediately if you have symptoms of bacteria sinusitis.