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Is a tickly, dry cough a usual hayfever symptoms?

Yes, it is possible for air-borne allergies such as hayfever or allergic rhinitis to give rise to a tickly cough.

 

What happens is that the allergen irritates the upper nasal passages and the ensuing inflammation triggers the cough reflex.  The way we would manage this in the first instance is to address the fundamental issue of the allergy and would recommend the use of A.Vogel’s Allergy Relief. At the same time, it will help to reduce the intake of dairy produce as this class of foods tend to favour inflammatory response.


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