Allergies treatment

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Avatar f tn Hi, it's me again. I went to my ent and I can continue treatment. I start my victrelis Saturday, just can't wait for that third drug to kick in. Anyway, since my immune system is so depressed on treatment, my allergies are going crazy. My ENT wanted to give me steroids but couldn't because to the Victrelis. I am taking zyrtec but it's not helping much. Today my eyes are dry, swollen itching and just plain lovely to look at.
Avatar f tn My daughter is 2 1/2 yrs old and has multiple food allergies. Her height/weight has been in the <3% for the past year or so. She is currently allergic to; milk, eggs, wheat, soy, peanuts, and barley. We suspect there are more allergies that we have not been able to pick up yet because she is still having reactions. She eats very, very little and receives most of her nutrients through Elecare formula. She is scheduled for an endoscopy in April. With these results, her GI dr.
Avatar n tn Hello, Uvilitis is inflammation of the uvula, the small tongue-shaped piece of tissue that hangs from the top of the back part of the mouth. Treatment includes salt water gargles, hard candies, sprays for example, Chloraseptic) and lozenges. Acetaminophen or ibuprofen may help control the pain. Usually it goes away with the treatment. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided.
Avatar f tn Hi, Severe persistent allergies can be treated with newer options of treatment like leukotreine inhibitors, allergy shots, mast cell inhibitors etc. These options should be chosed considering individual symptoms and their severity. Best.
Avatar m tn I treat allergies regularly with acupuncture and herbs. It is essential for the Chinese medicine doctor to diagnose the pattern of your allergy accurately before treatment. Otherwise it will have little or no effect.
Avatar n tn Do you have nut or soy allergies? Combivent should not be used by people with those allergies.
1613602 tn?1306199123 these include testing the skin for responses to known allergens or analyzing the blood for the presence and levels of allergen-specific IgE. Traditional treatment and management of allergies consisted simply of avoiding the allergen in question or otherwise reducing exposure.
Avatar f tn I agree, you need an accurate diagnosis before you can find an effective treatment. If it is reflux, you need to get on it quickly. I completely lost my voice for about 6 months a year ago. Absolutely no singing during that time as my vocal cords healed from being burned by the reflux. I got my voice back on Easter Sunday though. That was cause for celebration. :D I have a lot of issues with that problem as well.
Avatar f tn Fortunately I didn't suffer from any major allergies. I know of many who have whilst on treatment and took antihistamines to help with this. I did however, have a slight rash that at times, would flare up but it went as quickly as it came. Strange stuff this treatment.
Avatar m tn Allergy-induced asthma is the most common type of asthma in the United States. Some of the same things that trigger allergies — pollen, dust, pet dander — also can trigger asthma attacks. The most common asthma symptom is coughing, which is far less common in allergies. You need to see an allergy specialist to determine if you have asthma and what triggers your attacks. Allergies cause your immune system to respond to a substance abnormally. They can produce severe reactions.
Avatar f tn The swelling in my throat began going down within 48 hours and continued to improve throughout my treatment. Once finished with my treatment, I was able to decrease my Zyrtek D to once a day. Here's my problem though... It's been 3 weeks since I finished my medicine. I still have nasal and throat inflammation. Not severe.. but annoying. I do NOT, nor have I ever had, any of the "normal" allergy symptoms people complain about.. runny nose, watery eyes, ect...
Avatar m tn Dog allergies are very common and due to saliva of the dog. “Allergy to dogs is relatively common, as dog allergen can be found in public places, including daycare facilities.” “For people with dog allergy, avoidance of dogs is the mainstay of therapy. Allergy medications are likely to help control symptoms, but in many instances symptoms may persist if the person owns one or more indoor dogs. Allergy shots may also be a good treatment option for people who are allergic to their pet dogs.
Avatar n tn I have been treated with the doxycycline everytime because the other medication I am unable to take due to allergies. Are there any other treatments other than the doxycycline and azithromyacine?
Avatar f tn   PPI-668 Trial Cause of my low viral load count again at 300k and still on the waiting list for the 7977 but trial doc did mention odds are I may not get in Also I join a kinda support group in my area Was surprise when people doing the triple treatment feel better after days or weeks with treatment since you hear alot about the bad side effects and how awful it is gives me hope Wanted to ask you does anyone know of a good allegry meds safest for the liver Allergies are bad for me right
774980 tn?1236777847 The worst allergies can be treated through three-day treatment .at first you should avoid eating foods that creates histamine; yogurt, food sandwiches, bread house, high salt ...
Avatar f tn (I posted this on another community and wasn't getting answers, hope it's okay that I've moved it here) I found out on the 20th that I have chlamydia. I know who gave it to me, either exactly a month prior or at the beginning on june (they had another partner between those times). The doctor prescribed 10 days of doxycycline twice a day. After 4 doses, I couldn't stand it anymore, it made me throw up.
Avatar m tn NAET does have a DETOX protocol to clear allergies form the system. Once you have completed the DETOX protocol to clear allergies form the system, the chiropractor will be able to help you with specific issues. BRT may have a DETOX but not always. Either method will help improve your condition. Both my husband and I used these methods for over 10 years with EXTREMELY good results. In addition to allergies we have used for other issues such as rashes.
Avatar f tn My seasonal allergies have now become year round allergies. I live in So. Cal., home of the unending drought, which I am sure is making the issue worse. I cannot take regular allergies meds/antihistamines, as they make my heart race. Any alternative treatments or supplements would be greatly appreciated. Oh and if you happen to live in SoCal too and can recommend a good alternative allergist or chiropractor (I live in Glendale), I would be so grateful. Thanks.
Avatar n tn i have been struggling with allergies for about ten years. its gotten alot worse over the last three..have been tested i am severely allergic to all tree pollens grass and ragweed pollen mold and dogs..i have tried everything ( including the drops under your tongue) nothing reaaly helps i am tired of feeling like this all time..
Avatar f tn my son has allergies which he treats OTC. He has had a chronic non productive cough for about 3 weeks using sudafed, mucinex with no help. Could he have asthma? Stubborn and won't go to a doctor. Any advice would be helpful.
709686 tn?1277432159 Talcum, Aluminum Chloride with Ethyl Alcohol, Anticholinergics or Propantheline Bromide at bedtime can be used against prescription. The actual treatment would be treatment of the primary cause. Take care and regards.
Avatar f tn I was wondering if I have allergies to alcohol when I drink my heart sometimes races, I loose feeling in my nose and lips, if I drink a little more heavier I can't swallow sometimes my lips will be swollen in the morning and on 3 different occasions I was almost paralized for a short time I couldn't move and everything was heavy.
Avatar n tn I have been diagnosed with allergies and a "reactive airway" for years now. Recently I have been working with Hospice and have to go into homes of smokers. I find that since working for Hospice that I have recurrent bronchitis (severe) with fever, chills, malaysia, about every two months or so. Is there any naturopathic treatment that would help me keep from getting sick so much? I realize this topic could cover many areas of ENT issues, but any response would be appreciated.
Avatar n tn t breath from the wheezing and have to do a breathing treatment ? There has to be a way not to have such a hard time. I take a allergy tab almost every day. So helpful tips will be a welcome.