Rhinitis means that the mucous membrane inside the nose is irritated and inflamed resulting in a stuffy and runny nose. The most common form of rhinitis is allergic rhinitis. Allergic rhinitis causes a stuffy runny nose, sneezing, and itching, coughing, and watery, red and itchy eyes. Grass pollen is the most common allergen, and allergic rhinitis which comes on during certain seasons describes hay fever. If you have hay fever symptoms, please select from the list of studies below to see if you are suitable to take part.
Allergic Rhinitis Clinical Studies
We're not currently recruiting for studies into this condition. Please register with us and we'll notify you when a relevant study becomes available.