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 I have been sneezing since morning and it just wont stop. Any suggestions?
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 Does Claritin D actually work? Who has tried it?
OMG....I am suffering from the start of this spring allergy season, worse than ever before! I have pressure in my sinus area, my eyes are watery, my whole body is achy, I have a headache, My nos eis ...


 Could I be allergic to pasta?
Pasta is my favorite food and I eat it all the time but lately I've been feeling sick from it. Whenever I eat it with sauce my stomach hurts, at least for the past two months. Two days ago my ...


 I just woke up and out of nowhere my hands are swollen to twice their size!!!?
They itch like crazy and have welts all over .. on & in between my fingers.. I thought I could just wash with some soap & water and make it go away ( with the idea something just got on on my ...


 For Doctors, med students, or anyone with frequent sinus infections?
I get sinus infections ALL the time!!! What can I do about this?? I'm tired of being treated by antibiotics, and I don't want to take something every single day as a preventative. It'...


 How do I stop itching down there?
I have sensitive skin,and I think it's the hair, it makes me itchy all the time, it's worse in the winter when I wear a lot of clothes - it makes it hard for me to apply medicine too. Is ...


 how do i cure my allergies?
i got these really bad allergies in the morning when i wake up, and i dont like take pills or medicin, never did, never will, is there some other cure for my allergies besides medicines?...


 is there anyway to work out if you are allergic or intolerant...?
to certain foods without going to the doctor. recently i have had lots of thinkgs wrong with my lke a swollen ankle etc and have been the doctor so many times the past month or so with a couple of ...


 Can anyone who is allergic to cats please tell me if one of their symptoms include swollen & bleeding gums.?
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 What can cause a swollen eyeball?
It looks like there's fluid inside my eyeball when I turn my eye to the ...


 does flavored yogurts work fine for a yeast infection?
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 tell me about mold why is it accuring in my bedroom?
my landlord isn't happy is mold is apearing in my bedroom it was in the last property too, there is me my husband and 2 young children sleeping there, I sometime dry clothes on the radiators but ...


 can u develope allergies during life?
Are u born with allergies or can they develope during life?
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even to cats? I have two cats and i will never get rid of them. How do i test to see if allergic, i dont ...


 Can Claritin / Loratadine be snorted for quicker allergy relief?
I'm wondering if this is relatively safe. They take like an hour before they start working if swallowed. My allergies get really bad really fast so I was thinking this would be a faster means of ...


 Itchy roof of mouth, but dont have hay fever...?
For the last few days I have had an almost unbearable itch in the roof of my mouth and moving back down my throat. I don't have hay fever and at the moment, I don't have time to see a ...


 if i am allergic to mango can i eat a mango flavored lollipop?
it doesnt have real mango just artificial flavor and color. i break out in a rash but is it safe to eat ...


 Does a shot of liquor clear a stuffed nose?
Not a runny nose, stuffed. I think I've heard this rumor and would like to see if it's true. Have you heard of this or know from experience if it works?...


 Does this mean i'm allergic?
Yeah..i was drinking vanilla soymilk and my throat was itching and it started closing and swallowing started to become hard...does this mean i'm allergic to it?......


 Which is better for a sore throat?
I have a sore throat and I need to gargle with salt water... which is better to gargle with Sea Salt or Reg table Salt ?...


 My nose is running. Where the h#$% does all the snot keep coming from?
If I have an allergic reaction or catch a cold, my nose keeps running. It seems there is an infinite supply of snot. The box of tissues can barely keep up. Literally.

Where does all ...



vixxen
What is the best otc remedy for a toddler's dry cough? May be weather allergies too...?
                      








Lori K
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Humidifer. It's probably dry air from the heating system.


Lisa J
Use a humidifier (not a vaporizer) and use honey thinned to cough syrup consistency with warm water.


Penny M
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Don't use cough med. it can be dangerous for toddler.


thatguy
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vicks vapor rub a humdifier and some dimetapp for coughs. and plenty of fluids rich in electrolyctes like powerade or gatorade.(no lemon lime flavorand no milk whatsoever, it produces mucus)


Honeybeered
try two teaspoons of maple syrup or honey. They will coat his throat and allow him to rest. Cough medicines are no more effective and can be dangerous


Goddess of Laundry
A recent study has shown that a teaspoon of honey is more effective in cough control than any cough syrup or medicine. The researchers believe that there are medicinal properties to the honey, which has been used for centuries, topically, to help heal cuts.
They don't really know why....
They just know it works...


mustanger
Vicks is good and a dab in each nostril with some rubbed on the chest at night helps as the body heat vaporizes it and help to clear sinus congestion. Also a humidifier if the house is dry. I wouldn't give honey to a toddler without asking a pediatrician. Prior to one year it's a definite no no. The FDA has just recently advised against giving OTC cough and cold remedies of any kind to young children. The ingredients can be life threatening in some cases.


notablonde30
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I use Triaminic thin strips with the pink on the box. For a natural remedy, use a tsp of straight honey (Do not give honey to children under 12 months of age)


5150
Get a humidifier.


Traveler
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Teaspoon of honey or peanut butter. It will coat his/her throat and trap post nasal drip. It also will sooth any irritation that forms on the throat from coughing.

Then lots of fluid to break up mucous.


T H
A cold-mist humidifier is a great help with relieving cold symptoms.

Also, a sippy cup of water is great at bed. They can just reach over and get it and relieve their dry throat.

You may talk to your pediatrician or an allergist. 1/2 t. of Claritin Syrup (the target generic is cheaper) has really helped mine. They no longer get that post-nasal drip that seems to cause that dry cough.

Good luck...and I wish you a full-night's sleep!


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