Seasonal allergy headache symptoms

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Avatar m tn s recurrence this year at exactly the same time leads me to think it may be the result of either weather or barometric changes, or the reaction to an seasonal airborne allergy. I have, for years, suffered only in the fall with congestion, itchy eyes and sneezing, but none of those are accompanying the dizziness. Does this sound like a plausible connection? Has anyone experienced or heard of dizziness, on it's own, as a reaction to something connected to seasonal change?
Avatar f tn The pounding has reduced, however a terrible headache and sensitivity of the back/chest area still continues. I feel healthy and alert, except for the pain. Does anyone know what could have triggered this??
Avatar m tn However it is generally well tolerated.TAllegra tablets 120mg are used to relieve symptoms of seasonal allergy to pollen, also known as hay fever, and perennial allergy, such as allergy to animal fur, mould and house dust mites, which both cause allergic rhinitis with symptoms including nasal congestion, runny itchy nose, sneezing, tearing, itchy, red, and puffy eyes and problems sleeping.The best medical treatment for acne often is a combination of medicines.
Avatar m tn Several thoughts. It is possible to have allergies all year long. There are in door allergens that can be the problem. Or you could be like me and experience year long "seasonal" allergies. I am litterally allergy to some pollen in every month. Many people don't realize that there are plants that pollenate in the winter months. Do want you can to avoid indoor allergens from pets, dust, and vermin (mice and cockroaches). Keep pets out of your bedroom.
Avatar f tn i expreince headache for minimum half and hour.. and i have to take a short nap.. after then i feel better but again it starts in no time if anything happens as mentioned before.. i am pretty scared now.. please help me...
Avatar f tn But where is your headache, if its in the front of your fave near eyebrows and nose its sinus headache, and means your most likely having seasonal allergy issues. You can try claritin and see if it goes away.
Avatar f tn ve got seasonal/environmental allergies and one food allergy to flax seed, but no other significant health issues. Yuengling doesn't release their ingredient list, so it's hard to isolate what might be causing this. I know what typical allergy symptoms are, and this doesn't seem to match. Anyone have ideas?
150689 tn?1333990045 HAs a Dr. suggested Singulair as well as steroid nasal spray well before allergy season? Welcome to our Community!
Avatar m tn Hello bluegc, I have a couple of questions after reading your post. Have you ever had an allergy test ? If you haven't had an allergy test perhaps this is something you might consider. I had an allergy test a number of years ago now. At least then you will know what you are allergic to. Where I live, you need a referral for an allergist from your family doctor.
Avatar m tn Allergy headaches present with generalized headache, nasal congestion, and watery eyes. Seasonal allergens and antihistamine medications, as mentioned by dame may help provide relief. Avoidance of the trigger may also help. Take care and do keep us posted.
Avatar n tn Hi, Can anyone tell me if there is a connection between seasonal allergies and stomach problems? For the last 4 years every April and again in the fall I have problems with my stomach. I don't get the normal sneezing and runny nose, but I do have a stuffy head (feel like I'm walking around in a fog) and get post nasal drip and headache. I start suffering from nausea and what I believe is heartburn. This is really affecting my every day life during this time.
Avatar m tn http://www.webmd.com/allergies/features/seasonal-allergies-4-routes-to-relief?page=2 I don't know how many of you are battling or do battle seasonal allergies but I am having a hell of a go with them this year. Normally, all of my allergies affect my respiratory system. This year, not so much. My right eye feels like I walk on it.... Man, can't wait for this to be over.
10947 tn?1281404252 We'll soon be launching an Allergy Tracker where you can track outbreaks, symptoms and treatments related to allergies. If you have a food, drug, environmental/seasonal allergy, and want to be notified when this tracker is available, leave a comment below.
Avatar m tn Hi, The headache could be a tension headache since you have been under lot of stress.But it is always better to rule out if a medical condition is the cause .Please do not panic . Please get a CT scan and MRI done to know if everything is OK. If you feel it is severe you can go early or you may wait for 2 weeks . Taking some OTC muscle relaxant tablet for headache might help . Hope this helps you . Take care and regards !
Avatar m tn I'm in my 40's and had seasonal allergies all my life, the symptoms consist of fatigue, joint pains, increased susceptibility to colds and the extreme unstoppable running nose. Very similar to a serious flu. No allergy medicines has ever helped. Only recently have I found a nose spray that relieves the nose problem. The only symptom that really bothers me is the runny nose, because it's not socially acceptable and uncomfortable.
203342 tn?1328737207 I was just wondering if it was something in the air since I have a lot of seasonal allergies, etc. Antihistamine works when I have allergy symptoms but this seems different. I may go to the doctor if this keeps up. Just the last time I went they said it sounded like a sinus infection and gave me antibiotics but that did seem more in my face, or sinuses. This type headache and eye pain keeps coming back. I've been having trouble with dry eyes for the last few years too.
Avatar f tn t as red as they were. When going for an allergy test, do they test for seasonal allergies also? or is it only for food?
Avatar n tn Yes allergies can also bring on the symptoms you are describing. If you are finding your seasonal allergies rather bothersome, then perhaps you should consider allergy shots as a part of your treatment plan. It is an excellent way to desensitize your immune system and as a result you can experience little or no symptoms. About 75% of people get relief from allergy shots. I found it worked excellent on my daughter's airborn allergies.
Avatar f tn I've had seasonal allergy since 2017. I feel recently that I have symptoms of Asthma like difficulty in breathing sometimes. Is it possible that I get advanced Asthma in the future?
636562 tn?1223667445 I think an allergy tracker would be a great idea, you could track seasonal allergies, results of allergy medications, and record the results of allergy tests. People could recognize their triggers (time of day, time of year, etc.) and learn when their seasonal allergies acted up, etc.
Avatar m tn then add all your food back and if still gone u pretty much have your answer and it would be environmental and if seasonal u can ask dr for a kenalog shot which takes a wk to be effective and lasts 4 months (seasonal) OR u can do allergy shots and they will help with any allergies even if u only go for a short time and quit another med u could ask dr about is Singulair (often helpful or Claritan for non Rx) good luck