Allergies headaches symptoms

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Avatar f tn Hi, i have been suffering with blocked nose and headaches for the past 5 years. I have done a septrum operation but no change. I have visited an ENT recently and was told its allergies, however don't know what I'm allergic too due to visit an allergist soon. However lately I've been feeling tired, light headed at times, blocked nose, dry mouth and wake up during the night out of breath. Do you get these symptoms?
Avatar f tn Hey girls I have a question... I'm 5 weeks and my baby's daddy is throwing up yellowish and he said some like white foam idk that's what he said.. Is that normal?? He sleeps a lot and it also seems like he's getting a cold or allergies and he takes medicine for allergies or the cold and nothing takes it away could it be he's getting most of the symptoms? I was also told that usually when that happens that the guy gets these symptoms is usually a girl...?
Avatar f tn If you are able to tolerate the symptoms and if they stop at headaches only, you need not get worried. You can continue keeping the cat.
Avatar m tn yes, allergies can definitely trigger headaches - I suffer from Migraines and if my sinuses or allergies start acting up it will trigger them
Avatar m tn does anyone living with you have any of the same symptoms? if so, could be carbon monoxide poisoning.
1878896 tn?1320583569 why am i getting all these headaches?
Avatar f tn The doctor told me to not worry more than likely not but they have to do it just to rule it out, everyone around me seems to think it is allergies! I have had allergies in the past as of with dust and really itchy eyes but never has it made me dizzy like this but I guess allergies can do that to you, has anyone experienced this?? I'm so worried!
Avatar n tn I am usually a healty gal but lately i've been getting sick on and off for a bout a month or so. For the past week, i've been expereiencing ALL DAY HEADACHES that can't seem to go away, usually inside my eyes or in the middle of my head, i also feel very weak and nauseous and feel like i have a diarrhea (even tho when i go, its not it). I also have a lot of mucus and had some coughing the past couple of days.
Avatar f tn My husband complains of headaches almost every evening. His headaches are on the sides of his head, just above his ears.He's 30, in good shape and eats healthy but suffers from dust and pollen allergies. His allergies make him sneeze about 100 - 200 times when the pollen count is high! Our physician prescribed a nasal spray which helps with symptoms. However, the headaches don't seem to be related to his allergies and the doctor says that they are stress related.
Avatar n tn in my quest to find out whats causing this i got allergy tested. allergies never bothered me before and i dont have the typical symptoms. doc said my allergies are bad enough to at least take a zyrtec a day. i was wondering can allergies cause nose pressure, forehead strain, deep temple aches, and general pain around the head. its not a deep throb like a migraine. taking a zyretc helps a little. i tried 800mg of ibuprofen and it doesnt touch my symptoms.
Avatar n tn I get these odd headaches frequently. The pain and fullness occur throughout my face (upper jaw to hairline). It feels like fullness or pressure and it's painful. It feels as if a tight band is around my head. I've been to an allergist, an ENT - no allergies or sinus issues. Had a ct scan of my brain and sinus and an MRI of the brain. What could this be? I don't know where to begin, it's very frustrating.
Avatar f tn My boyfriend (23yr old male) has been experiencing nausea and vomiting (usually around 7am) and headaches for about a week now. His headaches are pretty constant, but come and go in regards to intensity. He says whenever he moves his head or bends over the pain intensifies. We've considered migraines and food allergies, but neither of these seem to fit. I, on the other hand (23 yr old female), have been having a lot of respiratory and allergy problems for the past few weeks.
Avatar f tn Headaches can be due to tension headaches or sinus headaches,rest of the symptoms like dark circles under the eyes,tiredness and fatigue after waking up and confusion can be due to sleep disturbances.Take rest adequatey and eat healthy nutritious food containing lots of green vegetables. Try to avoid caffeine, because it promotes water retention and leads to the dryness of the eye.Apply almond oil or skin creams containing vit C or K,alpha hydroxyl acids and kinetin.
Avatar n tn Hi Folks, I have been suffering a series of symptoms for the past 6 months, ever since I suffered a bout of Otitis Media. My symptoms are primarily intermittent headaches, lightheadedness, vertigo, dry mouth and malaise/fatigue. I often feel as if I have a fever, but my temperature is always normal. I also have an occasional scratchy throat, dry mouth, burning eyes, increased thirst and frequent urination. I have seen numerous doctors (Internist, ENT, neurologist and allergist).
Avatar m tn Has your Suboxone dosage recently dropped? It very well could be allergies as well. I never had allergies either, or so I thought. I do now. I actually probably always had them, but I was too high to notice. What does your Sub doctor think?
Avatar m tn I take Claritin-D daily for the same symptoms you have. I get bad headaches at night and my nose gets stuffed, with sneezing and runny eyes. Since starting Claritin-D, I no longer have that problem unless it wears off before I go to bed. I now take the 24 hr so I don't have that problem, but when I took the 12 hr, it would always wear off before bed and I'd bee all stuffed up.
Avatar f tn I purchased some allergy meds which helps ease the aches in my eyes. I also take excedrine tense tabs which helps with the headaches. I am confused weather I should go to the ENT specialist or the optomologist or even both. @ times I even get a lil blurred vision from my rt eye but I'm not sure if its associated with the allergies or if its my vision because I do wear glasses 20/45 is my vision. I just got my prescription this past February 2011.
Avatar f tn Hi Mark: I can so sympathize with seeing our children in pain and not knowing how to help them. My sympathies are with you on that! There are SO many reasons for headaches on a continual basis. Eyestrain, posture, neck and shoulder problems, jaw tension, right on down to allergies...especially, food allergies!
Avatar n tn Can one experience "late-phase" allergy symptoms like malaise, fatigue, headaches, Eustachian tube dysfunction etc. without EVER experiencing "early-phase" symptoms like runny nose, itchy eyes etc. ? I do occasionally have a scratchy throat, but this is very seldom. I have been experiencing these "late-phase" symptoms for several months now, and was recently diagnosed (via skin ***** test) with allergic rhinitis to dust mites and pollen.
Avatar f tn does anyone else have serious headaches ALL THE TIME ?? even hurts to move my eyes. i take what my OB told me i can and it never does anything to help. ANY SUGGESTIONS?
Avatar f tn I eat good foods, with no preservatives, and organic, but somedays are horrible!! my symptoms are muscle pain, when i eat the food offender, headaches, and hives, and depend the food , is the severyty of the symptoms, i don't like to take cortisone, the common medicine ,doctors recommend for allergies. Do you know if people with thyroid problems, have lot of allergies problem also? Any other suggestion?
Avatar n tn My primary symptoms are daily fatigue/malaise, intermittent headaches (temple and bridge-of-nose), slight nasal congestion, eustachian tube dysfunction, and lightheadedness. I often feel feverish, but whenever I take my temperature it is normal (98.4). I also occasionally get an itchy throat, burning eyes, dry mouth, increased thirst, and frequent urination. On the other hand, I never sneeze, never have a runny nose, and have very little post nasal drip.
Avatar f tn I am a 17 year old female with allergies, and I am and have had recurring headaches for at leats 6 months (probably longer). I do not thin these headaches are symptoms of PMS, for they occur throughout the month. As a matter of fact, I have one know, and my period ended over a week ago. Sometimes it feels like the inside of my head is throbbing, and sometimes the pain is on one side of my head-it was just on the right side, but now I feel like its swithced to the left center of my head.
Avatar f tn I used to get headaches almost everyday and they would last minimum 16 hours, now that I am regulated I dont have them anymore.
Avatar f tn So I have suffered from daily allergies all of my life. Every winter I would be so sick I would miss tons of school, at least a month every year. I thought I had a horrible immune system, and was really embarrased that I was always sick. Just recently I was diagnosed with rhinitis and given a steroid nasal spary. It worked for two months. My symptoms are back. I'm dizzy, exhausted, sometimes confused. I feel disoriented at times, have headaches and migraines.