Allergy control baby

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Avatar n tn I have tried every available birth control on the market. Such as the pill, patch, nova ring, diaphragm, sponge, IUD, to condoms. Any hormonal variation causes sever and lasting yeast infections. I also have a latex allergy so we use non-latex condoms which break 1out of 3 times. Other then a tubal is there anything I'm missing? I also strictly chart my ovulation so I can keep and eye on that too. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Avatar n tn hydrocodone? Causes everyone to itch, but some ARE allergic. Call poison control, a pharmacist, or a doc.
Avatar n tn If you also have asthma that is hard to control, you may want to discus Xolair with your doctor. That is for allergic asthma. Your IgE level definitely would qualify you for that treatment option. Please let us know how you are doing. God bless.
Avatar f tn A lot of antibiotics cause birth control to be ineffective.
Avatar f tn It can also be allergy or anxiety to allergy. A simple test is to take a dose of antihistamine med and wait 20 minutes to see if the breathing problem improves. If yes them probably allergy. If no than probably not. If it gets bad can't hurt to have your doc test you for asthma using an inhaler to see if that has an affect after you have tried an antihistamine. But more than likely anxiety. Especially the shutter you spoke about.
Avatar f tn Hi. Acne and allergies are two unrelated conditions which can co-exist together. Allergies can be treated with anti-histamine tablets such as Piriton. These are avilable without prescription but always read the label. The standard treatment for acne is a course of oral antibiotics such as Oxytetracycline 250mg twice daily and a topical retinoid such as Differin (adapalene). Female acne patients will also benefit from taking an anti-androgen contraceptive pill such as Diane35 or Yasmin.
Avatar f tn My baby is 9 months old, I was advised to give egg yolks since it is not allergic and very nutritious. The first two times I gave her egg yolk she was fine (less than half a yolk). But then for the past two times she started vomiting after 1-2 hrs of having egg yolk. This time we gave her a bigger portion of egg yolk, but not a complete yolk. First time she vomited, I suspected allergy from banana, since I had given her a different variety than what she generally has.
Avatar m tn I been on birth control pills for 5 years, about a year ago the doctor switched my birth control pills to a lower dose due to my blood pressure, while im on the pills my period pretty much came when it was suppose to, but starting last month it was a week late very light and this month its already a week late and no sign.. there has been no change in anything beside now im on 3 times of alllergy pills, my question is, is this normal? why all of a sudden my period is acting like this?
Avatar f tn Like instead of being at abortion clinics why not at the birth control companies pressuring them to come up with safer birth control!! Their are so many things wrong and controversial about many birth controls quite frankly I'm scared about even getting on one realizing abstinence is the way to go but everybody makes mistakes.
Avatar m tn I am not sure what type of antihistamine you took, but there are several others that may control your allergy better, especially if you plan on living in the same home as teh cat you seem to be allergic to .
Avatar m tn This can cause bloating of stomach and consequent breathlessness. Check with your doctor for adequate control of asthma. Ventolin or salbutamol is a rescue inhaler, that means you take this when you have an episode of Asthma. There are reliever inhalers which work for up to 12 hours after taking each dose. They include salmeterol (brand name Serevent) and formoterol (brand name Atimos). Please discuss this with your doctor am sure he will provide further assistance. Regards.
Avatar m tn Hello and hope you are doing well. Steroids are unlikely to cause these reactions. Steroids are given to control allergic or inflammatory responses, so they are unlikely to cause allergic reactions. The symptom described by you could be due to neuropathy. It is a disorder of the nerves which causes numbness, tingling, unusual sensations and sometimes pain. Diabetes Mellitus can cause neuropathy.
Avatar n tn my baby is 2 months old and he has these itty bitty bumps on him. it started in his face but now its on his genital what is it? should i be worried?
Avatar f tn Could be allergy or intolerance to milk, that's what it was for my son. Test for food allergy AND milk protein peptides showing up in the urine, indicating enzyme deficiency in breaking down milk protein. Is he irritable or occasionally spike fevers for no reason? My sons weight was in the 10th percentile and I went to the doctor from the time he was 10 months old for that and his emotional coping problems. I thought they must somehow be related, but was told no.
1080032 tn?1326414386 I asked my doctor first n was told I could but u have to watch later in pregnancy because it does make your blood pressure rise a little bit. but it is safe for you and baby as long as your blood pressure is under control.
Avatar f tn Hey ladies, Here is my situation. My husband has two cats which he raised for 12 Years. He's parents are the ones who took care of the cats though. My husband never cleaned the litter box or anything to take care of his cats. Anyways, I am allergic to cats and have developed asthma from it. I have confronted my husband about getting rid of the cats because now it's staring to affect our baby (she's been sneezing when she's around the cats).
599616 tn?1219704608 ( and my asthma is out of control. so now after all this attachment i have to give her away. shes gotten sooooo big and soooo much more loving. i wish i could keep her. and i'm having a hard time finding her a home. is there anyone in the south missouri region that would like to have my beautiful baby tea?
Avatar f tn Your daughter will start on a higher dose, in order to control the asthma. Once her asthma is in control, your doctor will find the lowest dose necessary to control her symptoms. There are many ways you can help to control her symptoms is by removing any environmental triggers she may have. Has she had allergy testing yet? Let us know how it goes with her treatment.