Your GP will often be able to diagnose allergic rhinitis from your symptoms and your personal and family medical history.
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Common allergies that cause allergic rhinitis include hay fever and allergies to mould, house dust mites and animals.
You can ease symptoms of allergic rhinitis with antihistamines and rinsing your nose with salt water. A GP can prescribe a steroid nasal spray.
Allergic rhinitis is where an allergy to something like pollen, dust or mould irritates your nose and causes cold-like symptoms.
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