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I suffer from permanent rhinitis. It comes on at night more seriously, or when I am sitting or if I hang my head down to wash my hair. It comes and goes during the day but does not affect me if I am walking in the open air. The only thing to relieve the chronic symptoms is when I get a hot flush, then my nose clears immediately and I get relief for the duration of the hot flush. I have been prescribed a steroid nose spray but have not started yet, I am loathe to do so as I also take a steroid each day in the form of a preventative spray for asthma. These symptoms have only occurred in the last year. I am now 56 and am going through the menopause. Any light to shed?
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