Rhinitis causes a runny, stuffy nose, dry or watery, itchy eyes, and sometimes an itchy nose or mouth. When it is caused by environmental triggers, such as pollen, it’s considered allergic rhinitis. But if allergic rhinitis has been ruled out by tests performed by your allergist, you may be diagnosed with non-allergic rhinitis.

What is the treatment?

Treatment may include saline, a corticosteroid, an anticholinergic, and/or antihistamine nasal sprays and oral decongestants. If an underlying structural problem is causing your rhinitis, such as a deviated septum or nasal polyps, surgery may be considered an option.


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