Repeated Colds Accompanied By Itchy Eyes?
Congratulations Doctor, my daughter is a 17-year-old nut. some times have a plague, just always followed by eyes itching. if you just read from this article, then the cause is rhinitis or allergic. A few pulabilasdgskit, I bring a doctor, the answer is always because of inflammation .. Please explain Do, if you have a drug treatment. dg antihstamin.Mhn instructions, blah to aotkobat what is the name? Aside from allergies to dust (from the road or in the room} can also be from food. Trimakash.
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Repeated colds accompanied by symptoms of itchy eyes are most likely caused by allergic rhinitis. Other symptoms that can accompany include frequent sneezing and nasal congestion, itchy nose, red and watery eyes, itching at the top of the palate, hunting under the eyes, feeling weak and getting tired quickly. These symptoms only occur after exposure to certain allergens that usually come from the air (food allergies are usually more symptomatic of the appearance of urticaria or itchy skin), for example flower pollen or grass, mold spores (including small mushrooms at home that grow on site humid places), dust mites, dander / animal dander, etc.
Some other possible causes of symptoms experienced by your child are non-allergic rhinitis (usually not accompanied by nasal itching, eye itching, or itching in the throat). Non-allergic rhinitis is caused by irritation of certain substances in the airways, for example irritation by dust, cigarette smoke, air pollution, odor that is too pungent, changes in temperature and humidity of the air, certain drugs, hormonal changes, etc. Another possible cause is respiratory infections by viruses or bacteria.
If it is caused by allergies, then the main therapy is to look for and avoid allergens. It is best to ask your child to take notes whenever the symptoms they are experiencing occur. Try to clean the house and room from dust, including vacuuming parts of the house that can hold dust, such as beds, pillow cushions, carpets, window curtains, etc. Also make sure your child changes the sheets and pillowcases bolsters at least once a week, and you should not put dolls that can store dust in the bed. Clean the house regularly and clean the edges of the house or behind furniture that may be covered with mold. Close the drains in the kitchen and bathroom well so that no cockroaches can enter the house.
If the condition does not improve, you should take the child to the pediatrician or internist for further evaluation and management.
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