At the beginning of last month, the facial cleanser I bought was a little itchy on my face after washing, and then my nose began to itch half a month ago. When I smoked and ate, I also itched. Because I didn't have time to go to the hospital, I bought medicine, and the symptoms still didn't alleviate
According to the symptoms you described, the patient's nose itches after using facial cleanser and cooling down. It also itches inside the nose when eating. Generally, if the nose itches, stuffy nose, sneezing, running water and runny nose meet the symptoms of allergic rhinitis.
Adults can take oral desloratadine to reduce nasal sensitivity, take it orally in combination with montelukast sodium, and spray budesonide nasal spray or fluticasone propionate nasal spray in the nasal cavity to alleviate nasal congestion and anti allergy treatment.
According to the symptoms described, it is allergic rhinitis, which is related to body sensitivity, temperature difference and contact allergens. It can be treated with oral antiallergic drugs. For example, Montelukast Sodium Tablets, nasal corticosteroid nasal spray, such as Budesonide Nasal Spray, should be kept warm, pay attention to rest, avoid contact with allergens.
In this case, it is recommended that you do not use facial cleanser for the time being. If the symptoms are not serious, you can rinse it with clean water. Obvious symptoms, can be oral Desloratadine Citrate Disodium Tablets, Xanthium rhinitis capsule, Eucalyptus lemon Pinyin enteric coated capsules, nasal spray Fu Shu Liang spray and so on. Avoid colds and allergens.