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Nasal Allergy Medications Directory

Nasal allergy medications such as nasal sprays or oral antihistamines can help many people control their nasal allergy symptoms. Pollen, grass, mold spores, and other inhalable triggers can wreak havoc on your nose. The good news is that most medications no longer cause drowsiness, so you can take your medications and get on with your day. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how nasal allergies are treated with medications, drug side effects, and much more.

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