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Hi, Im posting on behalf of my girlfriend who is going through the roughest time of her life. She has been ill for 6+ months and the merrygo round of the NHS is getting her no where. Im not used to posting on forums so i appolgise i advance for any lack of etticate or rubbish use of medical terms. Her symptoms: 1. allergys (dust, pollen, dander and some food intolerances) affecting her nose and eyes. 2. regular sinus infections. 3.
1) Can sinus cause the daily head pressure and tinnitus? No pain, just a heavy and tight feeling from my eyebrows, temples to the back of my head. Wake up with it. Only goes away when outside exercising. Constant dust inside and outside this place with pollution. Extreme heat going from AC into 120 degree. Has cooled off now, but symptoms remain.
The problem is sometimes those pregnancy symptoms are an awful lot like period symptoms (it's a bummer that nature works that way). But either way, I started having sore breasts and slight nausea within about a week or so after my IUI. The IUI worked and I did get pregnant... so although everyone is different, the symptoms started rather early for me. We'll cross our fingers for you and hopefully you'll have some good news in a week or so!
Treatment for this has been in the form of taking hcl tablets with every meal along with a product called 'Pancreas' by Allergy Research also with every meal (this is a natural glandular product!) I have improved about 25-30% but have remained at the same level for about 7 months now with no further improvement. The last stool test taken showed that neither my chymotrypsin or siga levels had increased after 1 year of treatment.
Also, a friend has celiac disease and there isn't a lot known about this but it does have similiar symptoms as IBS. You may also want to google this for more information. It's an allergy to certain foods. His was wheat and sugar. I have IBS myself and now that I look back I realize that the symptoms began at around the age of 13.
Then I moved to a bigger city for University and the same year I got the first allergy symptoms. It started with pollen allergy, especially allergy to grasses. Then allergy to sour fruits (pineapple, kiwi, oranges). My doctor perscribed antihistamines, however, after a few years they stopped working. A couple of years ago, I started getting rash on my lips whenever using lip gloss.
I sometimes wonder if it has anything to do with weather or barometric changes; it seems like it rains or there's a temp. change the following day, and my symptoms are COMPLETELY gone. Any guesses or similarities out there?
• An odd smell that won’t go away—an odor like a mix of dog-poop and old Parmesan cheese. You may have some or all of these symptoms, and if you have some of these symptoms, it doesn’t necessarily mean you have sinusitis. You may also have fever with chills, which usually indicates that the infection has gone outside of the sinuses to somewhere else in your head or body. 10.
A family friend and naturopathic doctor believes it's related to a wheat or gluten allergy. She claims that stomach issues and allergies like these manifest themselves at the bodies extremities like hands and feet. I am going to go through a series of allergy tests with her soon to see if I can narrow down what's causing it.
Just curious, do you have a dog or cat? My doctor ran allergy tests on me and says I'm allergic to animals (I've had them my whole life too) anyway your body can start to have a reaction to your allergies and create a thick mucus in throat. Now......if I knew that was the case I'd just deal with it, but still uncertain. I am not getting rid of my pets.
im not sure if this helps you or if it is the same thing but i thought i shall add it just incase it is linked. - sorry i havnt read all of the comments so this is mainly comparing to the first few. My friend, when she started her periods she had all the symptoms of the first comment (diarrhoea, dizziness, cold sweats then suddenly hot, aches and such). She also felt lightheaded and almost as if she would pass out frequently and seemingly unprovoked.
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.
These symptoms all sound so familiar. In August I started having shortness of breath. I'm 46. I had a CT scan done on my lungs and found out I had a small clot in one lung. After some blood thinners they said the clot is totally gone but I continue to have shortness of breath.
The doctor diagnosised it as demertitis. I had the same symptoms as your son, no visible signs of anythings. My doctor suggest benadryl, and told me to take two hydroxine at night. She doesn't have an idea what it is. She told me if its still bothering me in three days, to come back to see her.
DH is allergy to gluten, a protein found in wheat and some other grains. You may want to discuss this with your doctor.
I'm vegan, so I don't have a lot to cut out to do an elimination diet, but just because it's such a pain, I'm avoiding it unless the eczema returns, but I'm very suspicious about a wheat allergy. So I guess I'll look into that if it keeps recurring. Hope yours is better!
My own doctor has, thus-far, not taken it very seriously and tends to take the line that, after years of 'getting away with it, maybe you've finally developed an allergy!
For 2 weeks I was fighting the symptoms, with and without the eye drops, Allegra, Claritin and other Allergy and Dry eye relieve drops - none of it worked - none. Lubricants didn't do anything either- my eyes are dry and puffy, red and bumpy. Regardless of whether I use or don't use makeup some days I wakeup and can't even open my eyes. January 2009 I went back to see the allergist and begged him to prescribe Alrex to me.
Rather than dealing with symptoms we look for the cause of the problems! I have been having all the symptoms you guys refer to since as far back as I can remember (I'm 54). I am teaching my students of my theory of the super importance of the Vagus Nerve. I am currently conducting research into this and how energy medicine can help. I'm astounded with what I see and how it all seems to relate back to the Vagus Nerve and more. Keep you posted.
I have no sore throat or hoarseness or any other throat/esophagus symptoms. I do have very occasional heartburn that responds easily to Zantac. Thank you very much.
company does an accurate measuring job since their vitamins supposedly are 90% wheat gluten with the remainder pyridoxine. The worse symptoms are better, however my dreams are still rather vivid and unforgettable. Does that also subside?
I have VERY similar symptoms (dizziness, "fuzzy" vision, lightheaded, shaking uncontrollably, not following conversation well, chest pressure, rapid heartbeat), went to the ER once and they did a ton of tests, EKG, blood work, chest x-ray, pregnancy test, and all came back normal. They just gave me fluids and sent me home. It happened again a week later on vacation, and I've had milder symptoms of it every day since for the past two weeks.
the best you can do right away is to relieve the symptoms with an antihistamine like sudafed or benadryl... But with your urgency I suggest an immediate appt. with an ENT. Please let me know what has happened...and best of luck to you...I know it can make you feel crazed!!
I was convinced that I had gallstones because the symptoms matched perfectly and the pain comes on after eating greasy or fatty foods. I did a liver cleanse and ordered a gold coin grass tincture to soften up any stones in there, and have been drinking gallons of organic apple juice. The pain comes and goes, but I've been on a diet for the past week to try to keep the pain away, I'm not eating red meats or fatty foods. Mostly all fruits and salads and fresh vegetable and fruit juices.
I was so hoping that would be my miracle cure, but after 2 years on sublingual (under the tongue) drops to acclimate my body to my allergies, I have not been helped at all with my joint pains, nor my other allergy symptoms actually. I've taken a multi-vitamin for many years, so I should be getting the proper amount of B12 (as suggested by earlier posters' comments). It just sucks not having any answers!
It can even go up into the groin area. However, my episodes are not usually breakouts, but flu-like symptoms after extreme stress, or too much sun exposure. I also used to get the symptoms after using tanning beds years ago, but never really connected everything until later on. The same as if you had the flu; feverish, tired, generalized, debilitating malaise without actually being "sick".
If the infection is fungal the antibiotic will tend to make it worse. While both types of infections often produce similar symptoms, the appearance of a detachable mass, often referred to as a "fungal ball" is symptomatic of a fungus infection. Terbinafine HCL 1% cream applied sparingly on a cotton swab and very gently applied to the lining of the ear canal 2x per day usually will clear up the problem.
Are we gonna make it like Rocky? Tingling 2 the Revenge? My suggestion on how to sleep....is already known! Ok, I don't want to transform all of you in a bunch of drug addicted, but have you tried a tranquillizer just once? Just to see whether your tingling diminishes the moment you calm down? @rnneeedshelp: as my "colleague" has written, you are anxious over the symptoms, not the opposite, and the same is for all of us.
Gotte That's very interesting. The symptoms you describe fit mine. From what I understand, CSR is diagnosable on a dilated exam, of which I've had many. my symptoms have also occurred over a 9-year period, so if it's some chronic recurring form of CSR, you'd think I'd have a diagnosis by now. I haven't been able to isolate any "triggers" for my spots, which is why my doctors are now suggesting some form of migraine variant. Do you have migraines with aura?
I am 100% sure this is not the cause in my case as I have no other allergy symptoms whatsoever. My ENT is just sbout to give up...as she says 1. She's never seen ETD this severe and 2. She's unsure what the cause is because we're just about convinced it is not allergy related. (They have put me on every decondestant, allergy med and nasel spray we can think of and none have worked). To complicate things, I was initially diagnosed with a ear infection in Iraq, put on antibiotics.
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