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Allergic Rhinitis in Children

This sounds like perennial allergic rhinitis.

Common allergens that cause perennial allergic rhinitis are primarily indoor allergens, including

  • dust mites that live in bedding, mattresses, pillows, carpet and upholstered furniture

  • pets, including cats, dogs, birds and rodents

  • cockroaches

  • molds.

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