In some cases, not long-term medication — people.com.cn Health Channel – people.com.cn original title: in some cases not long-term medication pruritus: people often use ointment containing hormone ingredients such as mometasone furoate and hydrocortisone to relieve itching. Long term abuse of such ointment can cause skin atrophy, telangiectasia, secondary infection and other adverse reactions. It is generally recommended that topical use of hormone ointment can be used for 1~2 weeks, not more than 4 weeks. Allergy: chlorpheniramine, loratadine, cetirizine and other anti allergy medicine is the first choice for many people. However, under normal circumstances, such drugs should not be used for more than 1 consecutive months, or may be resistant to. Pain: ibuprofen, aspirin and other non prescription anti-inflammatory drugs can relieve moderate pain, such as toothache, migraine, neuralgia, and cause severe pain and for traumatic visceral smooth muscle spasm angina is almost invalid. The use of non prescription analgesics analgesics, the use should not be more than 5 days. Fever: Acetaminophen antipyretic analgesics should be used in temperature more than 38.5 DEG C, and the continuous use of not more than 3 days, if no improvement of symptoms should be timely medical treatment, so as not to delay the disease. In addition, adults with fever of more than 40 degrees centigrade, children may cause convulsions, dizziness, convulsions and other symptoms at the time of 39 degrees, the need for timely medical treatment. Nose: nasal drops are common pseudoephedrine, phenylephrine etc.. Such drugs can make the nasal mucosa vasoconstriction and relieve symptoms of nasal congestion, frequent use will aggravate the condition, serious damage to the nasal mucosa caused by rhinitis. Therefore, the continuous use of not more than 5 days. For dry eyes caused by overuse of conjunctival congestion, dry eyes, eye drops can be used with vasoconstrictor component to relieve eye discomfort, common with naphazoline, oxymetazoline eye drops. However, the long-term use of this kind of eye drops may affect the local blood circulation, which can aggravate the symptoms of conjunctival congestion. Therefore, the general use of 3~7 days later, if symptoms do not improve, should be timely medical treatment. (from "family health") (commissioning editor Wang Yawei and Xu Xinyi)