Clinical Case: Allergic Rhinitis and Conjunctivitis

A 35-year-old female is referred for symptoms of allergic rhinitis and conjunctivitis. She has tried over-the-counter medications with good relief of symptoms but it did not last long enough.

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  1. Flushing your sinuses with a neti pot is an excellent way to get some relief. The only problem is that you cant use it everywhere. On a recent visit to my allergist at the Storms Allergy Clinic in Colorado Springs, my doctor recommended a new "all natural" nasal spray called Sinol Allergy/Sinus nasal spray. For the last two months I have used this product and I love it. Sinol has no harsh side effects but it does have a little bite to it when you first begin to use it. Like eating horseradish or wasabi but I like that nose clearing feeling. It will also keep your sinuses drained and bacteria free. I wish I found Sinol years ago.