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Running nose and sneezing, not sure it's haze or cold. Please help.

Hi doctors,

I am in Singapore and as you all know, it is pretty bad here due to haze. We have to keep the windows and doors closed and have to use aircon. We generally don't use aircon. Even the windows are closed we can feed the smell and some irritation in eyes.
Due to all these my kids and wife started sneezing and having running nose. Not sure if it's haze or aircon. Aircon is at 30C and we switch it on for very little time. Sneezing is not constant but increase when we switch on aircon. Kidds just sneez sometimes but not constant running nose but my wife is having constant running nose. I guess see have cold/flu. She had a little symptoms for almost a week. Running nose for my wife is worst in morning and she don't feel like eating.

Please help me.
  sudhu_26 on 2013-06-22
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
1. Let modesty not prevent a full statement.
2. The success of the prescription depends largely upon your ability to describe your symptoms.
3. Whatever is not as it should be is a symptom and must be recorded.
4 Check out these undermentioned threads for describing your symptoms.

(Note: - This refers to discharge from open sores, boils, fistulas, ulcers etc from the eyes, nose, ears, private parts, lungs and skin etc. Give the quantity and the time or condition under which the quantity varies.

- It is thin or thick, stringy, clotted like jelly, white of an egg, gruel, water etc? (Give the consistency)
- What does it look like, the colour and the time or condition when the appearance varies? (The appearance)
- The odour, what it reminds you of; whether the odour varies and the circumstances of variation?
- Whether it makes the parts sore, and in what way; whether the discharge has any effect on you feelings or strength; how long it has continued; whether the discharge comes and goes, and the time and circumstances of this variation. Whether it is sticky, forms a scab, etc? Mention anything else that you may notice
- Is the trouble in one eye or both? Which eye? Upper or lower lid? Inner or outer corners of the eye? Under the lid or on the outer side?
- Does one eye or both water? When? How much? Does the water make the eye or cheeks sore?
- How does reading or sewing affect the eyes?
- Are the eyes weak?
- Does the light of the sun or of a lamp hurt them or cause them to water?
- At what time are your eyes worse?
- Have you any peculiar feelings about the eyes?
- How long have you had the trouble?
- Have you or any near relative ever had any trouble of the eyes?
- Have you or any near relative ever had any trouble of the eyes?
- Have you ever used any EYE WASHES OR SALVES?
- Can you refer the trouble to any cause?
- What appearance has lamp light to you?
- Has lamp light any peculiar circle around it?
- Are you near or far sighted?
- Any swelling above or below the eyes?

- Is the trouble inside or outside, in forepart or back?
- Do you blow out scabs or plugs? Give the colour, size odours, consistency and any other information about the scabs?
- Do the discharges make the nose or lip sore?
- Is the nose painful, swollen or sore?(See section 5 & 32).
- Do you catch cold easily? Do colds always affect the nose?
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