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allergic rhinitis may develop within minutes or hours after you
breathe in an allergen. The symptoms can last for days.
Symptoms that often start as soon as you breathe in an allergen include:
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Other symptoms that may take longer to appear include:
Other problems with symptoms similar to allergic rhinitis include
upper respiratory infections (URIs), nasal defects,
and inflammation (rhinitis) not caused by an allergen (nonallergic
Your symptoms may be better or worse at different times of the year or different times in your life. For example:
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