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What are the symptoms of vasomotor rhinitis?

The symptoms of vasomotor rhinitis are allergic in nature, even though the causes are non-allergic. Symptoms include sneezing, nasal stuffiness, and phlegm in the throat. Since the problem is chronic in nature, the symptoms appear and disappear throughout the year.

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