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High risk of developing asthma and other allergies. Asthma and allergies often coexist. Patients with allergic rhinitis often have asthma or are at increased risk of developing it. Allergic rhinitis is also associated with eczema (atopic dermatitis; neurodermatitis, diathesis). An allergic skin reaction is characterized by itching, flaking, redness, and swelling (swelling) of fildena.
Chronic swelling of the nasal passages (turbinate hypertrophy). Chronic rhinitis, allergies, or non-allergic asthma can cause swelling in the turbinates, which may be permanent (turbinate hypertrophy). If nasal hypertrophy develops, it causes permanent nasal congestion and sometimes pressure and headache in the middle of the face and forehead. This problem may require surgery.
Chronic uncontrolled allergic rhinitis can exacerbate asthma attacks and eczema. Allergic rhinitis (allergic, atopic rhinitis, fildena vasomotor rhinitis) is a pathology in which the nasal mucosa in response to an increase in the allergic background becomes inflamed and swells.
The cause of allergic rhinitis is an immediate type of allergic reaction that occurs as a result of contact of the body with an allergen. This type of atopic rhinitis occurs mainly in patients with a genetic predisposition to various allergic reactions. Usually in the family history of such patients there are asthma attacks of various etiologies, allergic urticaria, disseminated neurodermatitis and some types of fildena rhinitis, which were present in the anamnesis of one or more close relatives.