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This is a side effect which should subside over short period of time.
However, you can use a decongestant medication which is available over the counter.
Pseudoephedrine can be used 60 mg every 6 to 8 hours to help with your symptoms.
Another option will be a nasal steroid like fluticasone spray, but this requires prescription.
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