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She didn't give me any firm diagnosis (maybe she did to my insurance company, but nothing directly to me) but I have to go back next week to see if the trial of meds she gave me have any impact on my peak-flow score (she would have had me come back later, but I'm leaving for my honeymoon next Wednesday, and she wants to make sure I'll be ok while I'm gone). Without throwing brand names out there she gave me an inhaled combo corticosteroid/bronchodilator as well as a leukotriene inhibitor.
//www.gicare.com/diets/gluten-free.aspx * I would put him on Children's Zyretec to give him some relief, call the nurse at your docs * If there's swelling perhaps half the recommended dose of children's ibprofen *** I'd take him to an allergist to get tested *** Wash his sheets and clothes in "All" fragrance free including fragrance free softener sheets Below is my generic reply... to my skin problems and etc recently BUT please read it... it has more info.... Burning skin...
My doctor at VCU health systems in Richmond, VA going to be part of a trial for Xolair starting in April that I am hoping to be a part of. If you are anywhere close by you should give him a call, Dr. Schwartz in allergy.
We saw an allergy/asthma specialist, who gave her Singulair in combination with the salbutamol and flovent. This also didn't work. She was also tested for the "top ten" allergens, and all came back negative. Finally, she started Ventolin, Singulair, and Qvar a couple months ago. That combination finally started working, and we cut back to just the Qvar (on the doc's rec, of course). Then we all got sick over the holidays, and she started coughing again.
The ETHICAL NUTRIENTS company sells an INFANT/NURSING MOTHER formula of BIFIDUS INFANTUM probiotics, called DAIRY-FREE, MAXI-BIFIDUS, that has only rice maltodextrin (supposedly gluten-free) mixed with the Bifidus infantum powder. This is a milk-free preparation, and can be very helpful to treat or prevent yeast infections (like Candida albicans/thrush, etc.) in a baby that took anti-biotics. Look in the refrigerated section of good health food stores.
Hello, just thought to provide some support... the use of use Flovent and Albuterol has shown to cause PVC's/PAC's in some people. Don't worry for now unitl you have recieved your medical reports, most likely nothing seriouse, see about stopping the use of your inhalers for a period of 2-3 months makes any difference. Take care, Alex.
Allergy treatments of various kinds including but not limited to antihistamines (Claritin, Zyrtec, Allegra, Xyzal), leukotiene modifiers (Singulair), various steroidal and antihistamine nasal sprays, and finally allergy shots. Controlling the allergy trigger goes a long way in reducing asthma attacks and improving quality of life. A last choice and one that they try to keep at minimum usage are long acting broncho dilaters (long acting beta2 agonists - LABA).
So the pulmonary doc increased my dosage of Advair from 100/50 to 250/50 and gave me Singulair, and Xopenex in my nebulizer. Nothing made any difference.......still coughing like crazy...........so I called and asked for cough syrup and that's when he perscribed the prednisone to reduce the imflammation. I've been on that now for 5 days but still coughing. My brother also has very severe asthma and he says that the doc needs to find out WHY I have the asthma in the first place.
Advair, Singulair, Neonase, Albuterol, Combivent plus benedryl and if that doesn't work, I go to Zyrtec then to Allegra... I also drink a ton of Dayquil when it gets really bad.... Take Mucinex and other mucous thinners. It's been very hard to just get gulps of air.... Sigh. So Prednisone went in at 7 am today. I've been terrified that I'd have to take the Prednisone - for fear of "reactivating" the HepC virus... But because Dr.
I have been on a Gluten Free diet for the last two weeks and I have not gotten the near syncope, still get a bit unbalanced like but nothing like the feeling of going to pass out, still get nausea but nothing like the last 12 years.
My PCP finally decided to run an IGA/gliadin/celiac panel and it was elevated, so he suggested a trial gluten-free diet and scheduled a colonoscopy....however it was performed after I had been on the GF diet for 3 months......so needless to say, the diagnosis was only a suspicious lymphocytic colitis with no further recommendations. Feeling better on the diet, I decided to continue it on my own.
The only other thought which crosses my mind is the laundry detergent used on his bedding ... fragrance free? What about additives to bath ? Probably none I assume ? Could he be allergic to CHLORINE or Flouride? If Flouride added to the water from your city ? Some people are allergic when swimming in chlroinated water in a pool ? I am trying to think of allergins least thought of that would pose physical contact and react in such a violent way. Formeldahyde is another ..
This is a very old post and most of the previous posters are no longer active on the forum. Your doctor should be testing Free T3 and Free T4. TSH is a pituitary hormone and does not correlate with symptoms. Free T3 and Free T4 are the actual thyroid hormones, with Free T3 being the one that's actually used by individual cells.
) It would take a serious commitment on my part to do it. However, being hive free in two days is pretty motivating!! Good luck to her continued hive free success!!
So I think it would make sense to get your Free T4 and Free T3's tested. Please report the results and the reference ranges. It MAY be that you need to increase your thyroid medication and that could offer some relief.
because after trying EVERY p-n-d remedy, every asthma and cough remedy and going on/off/on/off lisinopril, nexium, advair, astelin, nasocort, singulair, albuterol, fexonfenadine (allegra generic) and others there is no abatement or solution except Tussionex. I even go "off" it every thirty days and go through the "jags" a little and then back on the doses so I don't get "hooked" (I remember the sixties).
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We have a joke around our house - that's why it's called a medical "practice" because they are just "practicing" on us! I think it's trial and error. If you feel you want to hold off and try other options I certainly don't blame you. The ENT said "non allergic rhinitis" and is sending me for allergy testing? Nothing has changed - same house, grass, dust, pets, use same products.
From some of the things I've seen on the internet, it can re-set the mast cells. I was red-free, itch-free, rash-free for about 6 months. My doctor and I are repeating the treatment as we speak to see if it works again. I'll let you know. I felt truly liberated for those 6 months!
I have yet to take a allergy test though because I was told by the allergist the medicine needs to be out of my system for a week and i need to be hive-free. Well how can this happen when i have them everyday!? I give up. This is really horrible. Then they say try to decrease your stress levels. Well how can I do this when the itching causes me so much stress and anxiety. Some days I can't even concentrate at work.
My asthma/allergist put me on Singulair daily. He said he has heard of this and while they don't know why this happens the medicine seems to work. I take it in the evening before going to bed since some people experience crankiness with it. The medicine has definitely helped a lot. Try speaking to your doctor. You may also consider taking B vitamins and the omegas to balance your hormones. Good luck and good health!
but I'm like you, why now all of a sudden would it bother me like this. I don't think I'll go for the shots. I think I will use the saline rinse, Singulair and NasaCort and see how I do this summer. If I get really bad again I guess I'll have to try the shots. I do not sneeze or cough. Guess we just have to wait it out or cure ourselves. I hold down my couch most of the time, also. Just try to get to work and home. What a life.
This is what led me to have my doctor do the blood test for the thyroid. It is important to have them check TSH, Free T4 and Free T3 and the thyroid antibodies.
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The ped dr then did a blood allergy test on him for foods and found he was NOT allergic to wheat, but maybe allergic three different milk proteins and cheese molds. We did a gluten free diet, and have continued on it with a lot of success. It is very difficult, since it seems that all premade food items taste aweful, and we have to make everything from scratch. The payoff so far is no vomitting. We are now testing out the milk allergy, i.e.
a tooth or jawbone infection . I started visiting the dentist every 3 months for cleanings and had a 1 1/2 yr free of swollen tongue and lips . Last week the swelling started again but I am a month late on the dentist visits. Also I found information on " Melkersson-Rosenthal Syndrome " all the symptoms fit , bad news is , no known cause so therefore no known cure . Sure would like to have this stop .
I feel like I'm drowning. I take Singulair, albuterol inhalers, AND albuterol solution in a nebulizer. The nebulizer helps a teeny tiny bit but not much and I have to do the whole treatment and it makes my heart feel like I've just ran a race. It more than doubles my heart rate and the beating is so HARD. I hate it. I feel hopeless. I'm going to make another Dr. Appointment and ask about the Nexium. Thanks. p.s. I wonder if MY problem has anything to do with ragweed.
the information you shared will allow me to be aware of those things to avoid, rather than living by trial and error as I have... I still plan on visiting an allergist... hopefully they can provide me with something to treat the painful symptoms when I have flare up (like now... 3 weeks and counting)... and can tell me what other things to avoid (I'm a vegetarian, so looking at the list of item on webMD left me pretty discouraged)... But at least this is the beginning...
Well so far in the short 3 month trial Hunter has had two episodes of leg pain. I just don't buy this headache thing. We went to the water slides for a day and he complained for the next two days that his legs hurt and then after a B-Day party that involved a big excursion he came home and slept for two hours.. totally out of character for him. My gut is telling me something is NOT RIGHT and I will make an appt in Sept again as we are out of country starting tomorrow .
i had to take benadryl, zyrtec and singulair everyday for about a yr...now that doesnt happen to me everyday, but the thing with the bath/shower does. i dont know if thats related...
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