Inflammation or irritation of the mucous membranes lining the nose, provoked by exposure of these membranes to external substances causing associated symptoms.
Allergic rhinitis can occur to any person. However, having a family member who suffers any type of atopy raises the risk of developing allergic rhinitis.
Diagnosis of allergic rhinitis:
Allergic rhinitis is diagnosed based on medical history and physical examination, and then tests are carried out to look for external allergens triggering the symptoms.
The tests include:
Avoiding allergens, if possible.
Using drugs that control the symptoms of the disease:
It is divided into three sections
Complications of allergic rhinitis: