Our expert says:
You may have an underlying allergy with allergic rhinitis, which can become worse after a cold or flu. Typically allergic rhinitis causes a thin watery mucous and stuffiness of the nose, with itching of the nose and eyes. You can try using an antihistamine like Loratidine and cortisone nose spray like Beclate aqeous. If you have a cold - burning nose and throat, thick secretions sore throat etc, you are usually infective from 1 day before symptoms start to about 7 days afterwards
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