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    Chronic runny nose
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    meaningfulc1952 posted:
    Hello,
    I am new to this group. I have a runny nose every day no matter what
    I take an antihistamine or a decongestant. I do use artificial sweetener in my coffee and other foods that I eat.


    Does anyone have this type of allergy? If so, how do you treat it? I have been taking 2/ 25mg. of Benadryl every day and more after 4 hrs. if it is still a problem. I also have 2 cats. I have had cats all of my life so I
    do not know if I am finally allergic to them.


    Do any of you have any suggestions as to what to do?
    Thank-you,
    Meaningfulc1952
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