... should you still take the inhalers
8 Jul 2010
If the allergies manifest as hayfever symptoms (rhinitis) then it is unlikely that inhalers will work to relieve it. You will need nasal anti-hayfever medicines or orally antihistamines. If the allergies manifest as itch, rash, etc., then you will need to take oral medicine.
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