International Consensus 2023 strongly recommends antihistamines for allergic rhinitis treatmenti

What is allergic rhinitis? Commonly referred to as ‘hayfever’, allergic rhinitis is the most common allergic disorder in Australia and often underdiagnosed, undertreated and sub-optimally self-treated.ii Allergic rhinitis may be seasonal (usually due to grass, tree or weed pollens) or perennial (due to triggers such as pet hair, house dust mite or mould).iii  Signs of

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