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Content updated on Jun 1, 2022

What is allergic rhinitis / allergic conjunctivitis (including spring catarrh)?

A condition caused by allergens (substances that cause allergies) such as pollen and dust mites. These result in runny nose, stuffy nose, sneezing, and itching of the eyes.

Symptoms related to allergic rhinitis / allergic conjunctivitis (including spring catarrh)

  • Nose sensitivity after coming in contact with specific triggers

  • My eyes are itchy and red after exposed to a specific trigger

  • Cough worsens in certain places

  • History of allergic conjunctivitis / allergic, sensitive eyes

  • Nasal voice

  • Runny nose

  • Eyes feel itchy

  • Family history of Asthma, Eczema, Allergic rhinitis or Allergic conjunctivitis

Questions your doctor may ask to check for allergic rhinitis / allergic conjunctivitis (including spring catarrh)

Your doctor may ask these questions to diagnose allergic rhinitis / allergic conjunctivitis (including spring catarrh)

  • Have you experienced similar symptoms before? Symptom: Cough, sore throat and abdominal problems when coming into contact with pollen, cats, mold, dust, plants or rice

  • Have you ever had itchy eyes when you come in contact with pollen, animals, mold, dust, trees and plants?

  • Do your symptoms worsen when you go to a specific location?

  • Have you ever been diagnosed with allergic conjunctivitis?

  • Are you having nasal voice, currently?

Treatment for allergic rhinitis / allergic conjunctivitis (including spring catarrh)

This condition usually gets better when the trigger e.g. pollen is removed. The doctor may prescribe oral medications, eye drops or nose drops to improve symptoms of congestion.

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