Allergy products in austin texas

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Avatar f tn m moving back to Texas from California in May to Wylie to live with my mom. Husband wants the baby born in Texas haha.
Avatar f tn If you make it closer to Austin I highly recommend the Dr I am currently using. DR. Frank Hinds with Cedar Park OB. He is really awesome!
Avatar n tn My daughter is attending University of Texas in Austin and is having symptoms we believe could be due to hypothyroidism. She has been searching the internet for an endocrinologist who has gotten good reviews from patients but is having difficulty locating one. We recently moved to the Kansas City area so thought maybe it would be easier to find one here but it doesn't sound like it. It sound like you have had success. Could you please send me information?
Avatar f tn I am looking for a doctor that knows about syringomyelia because of different insurance plan as I have reached 65 and need a primary doctor. Can anyone help with some references? This discussion is related to <a href=''>Syrinx of cervicle spinal cord</a>.
Avatar f tn Im in the Amarillo area. Where are you in Texas? Lets start a mommies club...... Texas style!
Avatar n tn There is a small area in Texas that is supposed to be the best as far as researching allergy/asthma. You would have to Google it, as I forgot the name.
Avatar f tn I like Austin (which I voted for) and Tyler - and I'm from Texas - both Texas cities, too...LOL...didn't think about that before I voted! :-) Good luck!
Avatar m tn I live in an area of Texas (Austin) that may be the worst for allergy sufferers. I was much better in February but March has brought back the clogged ears, tinnitus, and severally stuffy nose. I have had this for 2 1/2 weeks now. Back in December I was on 4 weeks of antibiotics for an infection which helped me heal. I am not currently on antibiotics but I am on steroid nose sprays, zyrtec and singulair and nothing seems to help. The ringing, clogged ears and stuffy nose are killing me.
Avatar f tn @Tas218 I'm in Austin. We had a cold front blow in yesterday. My body is like a 24/7 portable heater. I loveeee the cold weather.
Avatar f tn They even suggest I take allergy medicine daily. I haven’t worn contact or make up in over a year. I have tried so many eyes products for dry eye, allergy eye, etc….. I’ve been to 3 different opthalmologist for help and nothing seems to work. Any suggestions?
1790045 tn?1317184484 Hahaha so true. What part of Texas are you in? I have a friend in Lubbock that posted pics of the dust storm I couldn't believe how huge it was. They had some of it blowing in and it was literally a wall of sand!!
Avatar f tn Partly depends on how many syllables your last name is. If it's a short one, I like Alexander. If you live in Texas I wouldn't go with Austin unless you change the spelling of Steven to Stephen. :) but seriously, I like Alexander more.
284738 tn?1283106819 I live in Austin and it's already pretty hot here, especially in the pm. It's in the 70's right now but will be much hotter in a month.
Avatar n tn I was diagnosed with LD about 6 months ago. I am looking for an LLMD in the state of Texas. I've heard that there are some LLMD's in Austin, Houston, Dallas, & Denton. Is this true? If so, may I have their contact info.? The closest one that I'm finding is in Pineville, LA. Any help is appreciated! Thanks.
9171934 tn?1405180032 Im 20, 21 weeks pregnant and stay in Texas as will:)