ENT (Ear, Nose & Throat)

Allergic Rhinitis

Inflammation of the mucosa lining inside of the nose resulting from allergic factors is called allergic rhinitis. It is common.

It is mild in some people but can be severe enough to affect work and daily life in some people.

There are many known or unknown factors that can cause allergy. The most common causes may include dust, pollen, mold fungi, certain foods (milk, eggs, strawberries, etc.), chemicals, and pets.

Its most common symptoms are runny nose, sneezing, nasal congestion, itching, nasal discharge, irritated throat, chronic cough, pressure problems in the middle ear.

The first thing to do during treatment is avoiding allergy-causing factors.

Drug and vaccine therapy are applied in the treatment of allergic rhinitis.