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 Does anyone know hwo to get rid of a stuffy nose?
Please answer i cant breath my i already blew my ...


 Allergic reaction- Please help!?
My boyfriend is breaking out with an itchy rash. I recently got a new laundry detergent and we are thinking that that's what is causing this. It starts out looking like mosquito bites and turns ...


 I just found out im allergic to wheat?! What would be ok for me to eat?
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 What are your weird food allergies?
I am allergic to peaches.

I am also lactose intolerant.
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I am also allergic to chamomile tea....


 Am I allergic to rabbits?
kso, i have had my rabbits for at least 4 of 5 months, & all of
a sudden my mom is starting to wheeze and cough and cant
really breath. Im wondering if its because of my rabbits.
I...


 Are allergies to plastic in earrings common?
I have sensitive skin, and I've heard of people being allergic to various metals in earrings, but what about plastic?...


 My son has a peanut allergy?
Hi everyone! I gave my 15 month old son a little bit of peanut butter, and he broke out with a rash around his mouth and his right eye got puffy. It was scary. We got some epipens from my doctor, ...


 Hello' my wife and I luv pets. But she gets severe eye irritation when around them. Any resolve on home tips?
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 What are you allergic to? What happens to you personally?
I am trying to figure out my source of hives and maybe you can help me narrow it down....


 I'm tired, I have a headache, it's hard to focus on things.. and I have allergies... related?
for the past week or so I have felt really fatigued, I get like 9 hours of sleep a night but when I wake up I just wanna go back to bed again!! I don't even work that much. I do go to bed ...


 do you think im allergic to water?
after a shower my feet goes fully red but gets better later and also my chest is red like spots but these also goes away after few minutes? it sorta itches and wondering if im allergic to WATER? or ...


 What if you're lactose intolerant and win the Indianapolis 500?
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 I get an itchy throat after eating melons and mangoes...?
For about 20 minutes once eaten...

Why does this happen?

Thanks. =]
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Yep, I get really bad hayfever....


 Why do I keep coughing and spitting & how to make it stop?
Two-three days ago, at night, I started randomly coughing before going to sleep. And it's not those super harsh kinds, and my throat isn't sore. My throat feels like something's there, ...


 Do you think this is reasonable?
I went to the doctor about 2 weeks ago with
tiredness
headaches
increased thirst
increased urination
weight loss

my doctor just said it was hormones and allergies....


 Best treatment for rhinitis?
I have a steroid nasal spray and antihistimines but do worry about using nasal spray long term.

can I just take an antihistamine instead.?..noticed slight tinnitus since using nasonex ...


 What is going on with allergies? My kids can't bring food to school now?
First it was peanuts,then sea food,then eggs,then milk,then wheat,there are so many banned foods at my kids school I am at my whits end at what to put in their lunches.If it is good for you it is ...


 Is goat milk good for you?? I've heard it helps allergies.?
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 i drank milk, now i'm getting sick?
i got up in the middle of the night because i was thirsty, so i had milk. nothing else in the house . i couldnt get back to sleep so i started watching some TV and about 10 minutes ago i started ...


 I have a sore in my right nostril that developed after a cold. It hurts and won't go away.?
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BD
Help!Perfume gives me migraines and effects my breathing.?
I'm a receptionist in a dental office in a very affluent area. Perfumes trigger my migraines when the perfume has been applied too much. Expensive perfumes seem to effect me more that the cheap ones. Unfortunaley the patients in our office often wear the best perfumes. Some patients wear so much you can still smell it long after they have left the office. My migraine medicine costs almost $400 for 15 pills, yes thats right, 15 pills. I am in my 50's and I must work. I am at an age where people don't want to hire you and all I've ever done is dental reception. My employer pays me very well. I am also sensitive to my other chemical smells. My co-workers understand and they watch what they wear, but to tell a patient that their perfume is killing you is a no no. I have resorted to mailing out annomous letters letting them know their perfume is applied way too strong and how it effects people with chemical sensitivies.
                      








the700
You also might try to see if a better exhaust system can be installed/adjusted to exhaust out the fragrances that come in.
You might could place a small fan aimed to push away air in that comes in front of your face, or even load it with a deodarizer (sp?) onto the fan that is not harmful to you, to combat the gragrances.
I feel your pain! I get so annoyed that folks put that much perfume on. A woman/man should put just enough on to allow a hint of the fragrance, and people will wonder about it, not be assaulted with it.


zucchinisyoucantkeepagoodonedown
That's a drag. I'm also allergic to perfumes, but not as much as you. Why don't you consult an allergist? They can detect the precise ingredients that you're allergic to, then give you a series of de-sensitising treatments. However, I honestly don't know if they prescribe this for migraines.

(I'm going to be de-sensitised against cat fur, rabbit fur and rye grass.)


GINGERLEE
As another lady who takes triptans, I'm pretty sure I know which medication you're talking about. I don't know if you've tried the injections but it's something to consider -- they often work much better for me than the tablets.

Also, if you haven't seen a neurologist, please see one as soon as possible. There are preventative measures available to help reduce the effects of the chemicals or the severity of the migraines you'll develop. I know because I'm taking medications to help mine. There is a trial offer for one of these medications. You could call your pharmacist and get the name of the medication and look it up on line. It helps IMMENSELY!

The other and most helpful thing to me is BOTOX injections. I get them every three months. Not cosmetic! They are for my migraines. My neurologist gives them to me in my temples, just behind my ears, in the occipital nerve area, and down my neck. You won't believe the wonderful results of this treatment. If you can't afford the treatment, try to see if there is a clinical trial being performed in your area.

I wish you all the luck in the world!


jackie_jabar
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My doctor sent out a letter asking patients not to wear perfume when they come to the office because of problems that it causes other people. You might talk to your boss and see what type of a reaction you get.


ranger_co_1_75
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Try talking to your allergist about inhalers. Some types of inhalers help with sinus related allergies, and they cost a whole lot less than your pills.

You are endangering your job. People will most likely put two and two together since they will know the anon letter came from someone with access to their address, and then they put the recent dental office visit together with the address and reach a logical conclusion of who mailed the anon letter. As soon as someone calls the office to inquire if anyone there mailed it, the other employees who know of your allergies will know you mailed it. Remember, there aren't any secrets when it comes to office staff.

Just say to the pt. what a lovely fragrance you are wearing, I could smell it as soon as you walked in. What is the name of it? That gives the message that you are inquiring because you like it, ( a compliment) and they are wearing too much.


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