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Vasomotor Rhinitis

Vasomotor rhinitis is a congestion of the nose that can be triggered by a variety of stimuli such as an abrupt temperature change, exercise, a change of position, humidity, and odors. It is rarely due to an allergic reaction. This condition can accompany a migraine attack, causing a sensation of nasal congestion.

A patient with vasomotor rhinitis symptoms may have mild facial aching discomfort.

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