Allergy Dry Cough?

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An allergy dry cough is a common symptom of seasonal allergies and hay fever. A dry cough due to allergies is usually also accompanied by itchy and watery eyes, nasal congestion, sneezing, and wheezing. Mild allergy symptoms can be treated with over-the-counter allergy medications. Decongestant medications can provide relief from a dry cough and cough drops can help as well. People who suffer from more severe allergies and symptoms may need to consult an allergist for relief and treatment.
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You can also look at the other symptoms you have: For instance, Runny noise with mucus that is yellow are darker - probably a cold. Runny noise with clear mucus - usually allergy.
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