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Hello doctor I am posting this query after getting frustrated from seasonal allergy. (1) I am from rajasthan where weather is dry (2) from dec 2011 to Dec 2015 ,I was in dibrugarh ASSAM. During this period, I became victim of this allergy Now I describe my problems DURING WINTER (IN ASSAM ONLY)-during full winter I suffer problems of itching in eyes. Sneezing continuously. Runny nose and due to all this body pain also and some times headache (I repeat sometimes headache) . In between if I shifts to rajasthan THIS PROBLEM IS NO LONGER AND everything IS NORMAL BUT WHEN I BACK TO ASSAM PROBLEM STARTS AGAIN. . DURING RAINY SEASON- problem is same as above .but I mention some difference during rainy seasons humidity is more but weather is hot I feel hotness as normally but when I starts cooler or fan ,my sneezing starts, nose starts running and itching in eye also. Now I am bareilly (up) and here weather is also more humid and its raining also. So I am facing problem again WHEN THIS PROBLEM BECOME WORSE I FEEL DIFFICULTY IN BREATHING ALSO. Also during winter I feel extreme cold and I'm much prone to get cold very soon During summer I feel extreme hotness NOTE: WHEN I GO TO RAJASTHAN I DNT FEEL THIS PROBLEM DESPITE OF ANY KIND OF SEASONS. . Hopefully you will understand my problem well and provide me better solution. I have gone to allopathic doctors many times but every time they give some times avil-25 ,sometimes levocetirizine. Eye drops .nasal drops. But nothing has worked in long term. Plzzzzz guide me Thanx.

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Frequent/ continuous cough cold may be because of many reasons like: 1. Any ent problem like dns polyp sinusitis 2. Low immunity 3. Allergic condition you need to avoid dust you can take vitamin c tablet, one tablet with food for 15 days there are some supplements available that can be start after complete and these supplement can reduce severity and no. Of episodes of cough/cold.
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