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Allergy - sneezing and itching in the eye

I have been having this allergy since the last 10-15 years. On slight exposure to dust I get sneezing followed by running nose. This goes away after a short while, but sometimes it is accompanied by itching in the edges of the eye lashes and the corner of the eyes. This is very irritating and sometimes I rub it so much that the eye becomes swollen. During the cold climate, I get wheezing also. I am 37 years old and have been suffering from hypertension. I had to undergo septoplasty for DNS in 2003. I have tried numerous treatments, but nothing seems to work. I would be obliged if somebody would suggest a treatment which would give me a permanent relief.
  davispallipat on 2010-09-20
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please go through this article about Allergic rhinitis-
Dr.Saravanan last decade
I have gone through the article Dr.Saravanan, but I need that personalized treatment please.
davispallipat last decade
I need more details to prescribe you a personalized remedy.You may mail me to get further help.
Wish you wellness!
Dr.Saravanan last decade

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