A Study in Subjects With Perennial Allergic Rhinitis
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Ages Eligible for Study:
Child, Adult, Senior
Have a documented history of allergy to perennial allergens and demonstrated sensitivity by the results of prick or intradermal skin testing.
Have a self-reported history of at least mild, intermittent rhinorrhea and nasal blockage/stuffiness due to allergies.
Have not started or had a change in immunotherapy regimen.
Have a physical obstruction in the nose.
Will likely have an acute increase in severity of allergic rhinitis due to seasonal aeroallergens during the trial.
Have acute or chronic sinusitis or had previous sinus surgery resulting in a significant change in the sinus or nasal anatomy.
Have rhinitis medicamentosa or any other acute or chronic condition that could confound evaluations of nasal symptoms.
Have asthma of sufficient severity to require use of excluded medications.
Have taken any medications excluded as listed in the protocol.
Have a clinically significant acute or chronic disease or clinically significant laboratory abnormality.
Are a current smoker, recent smoker or past smoker as defined in the protocol.