The irritation of the mucus membrane inside the nose is referred to as Rhinitis. Here the is an inflammation of this area followed with constant sneezing and cough that this triggered off due to bacterial attacks. Allergens are the common cause of the same. However, trouble with breathing, constant pain and irritation in the nose membrane and runny nose with mucus are common symptoms here.
HOW IS RHINITIS DIAGNOSED?
Diagnosis of rhinitis is based on the symptoms and complete examination by the doctor. Ear-nose-throat specialist examines you physically and also orders for a skin-prick test to rule out allergies. A blood test may be ordered for checking the response of the immune system. Nasal endoscopy and CT scans are performed to rule out other conditions
HOW IS RHINITIS TREATED?
Treatment for Rhinitis includes using anti-allergens that are known for reducing these symptoms. Antibacterial medicines and nasal drops are also given to minimise the bacterial spread and heal. Other home remedies like taking steam helps in treating the problem to.
DID YOU KNOW?
Nasal polyps are possible complications of rhinitis