Our expert says:
It sounds as if he has an allergic rhinitis. It may be useful to have him tested for common allergies, to avoid these (like cats/dogs or certain foods) He may need to use an antihistamine daily with a cortisone nose spray. The best doctor to see for this is an ENT specialist.
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