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  • Medications

    There are both over-the-counter and prescription medications available to help ease the symptoms of allergies. These include steroids, antihistamines, and anti-inflammatory medications.

  • Nasal spray 

    Your ENT doctor may recommend that you regularly use a nasal spray to help clear out your nasal passage.

  • Lifestyle modification 

    If possible, you should try to avoid the allergen that triggers your body’s immune system to react and causes the allergy symptoms.


  • Allergy testing 

    Your ENT specialist may order an allergy skin test to help determine the allergen that is causing your symptoms. If the results of the skin test are inconclusive or if more information is needed, you may undergo a blood test.

  • Physical exam 

    Your doctor will conduct a thorough physical examination, and collect a health history to thoroughly understand your nasal disorder.

  • Imaging tests 

    If your ENT doctor cannot make a diagnosis with the above tests, they may order a computed tomography (CT) scan or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of your head – including your sinuses – to check for structural abnormalities, such as a tumor, abscess, or fracture.