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 Is it possible to be allergic to water?
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 My nose has been stuffed for like 3 months?
No temperature, no coughing...
I always need Nasal Spray before I go to sleep and the stuffed nose wakes me up.
3 or more months! is this normal???...


 Is there a way to avoid a runny nose?
I keep getting a runny nose during class and its really annoying because sometimes our classroom is out of tissues (sad huh?) and I'd rather not raise my hand to ask for a tissue instead of ...


 What are the most common side effects for someone allergic to dogs?
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 Drinking milk when you're lactose intolerant - can it kill you?
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 Can you develop a food allergy from food you've never had problems with?
I've eaten shrimp my entire life, but last night I ordered some at a mexican restaurant, and after I had eaten a few, my tonsils felt tighter, like maybe my throat was beginning to swell shut. I ...


 My nose is runny and I don't want to blow it.?
Any other ideas to take care of the problem....


 can anyone suggest a good allergy medicine for me?
so i have AWFUL seasonal allergies and its spring and there is a TON of pollen where i live (tennessee) . like, you could drop a ball on the ground and it'll make a yellow poof.
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 The question's personal...?
ok so i have these little red bumps in between my lips of my vigina and they arent std's or anything i think they are from my laundry soap because I went from using high dollar "no dye no ...


 flaky ears?
why is the inside of my ears always itch and get flaky? I have tried anti dandruff shampoos,peroxide,hydracorizone cream,antibiotic ear drops, and just about every thing you can think of this is ...


 should schools ban chocolate and peanut butter since so many children have allergies to them?

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my son had a sever asthma attack today and spent five hours in the hospitol because he came in contact with chocolate at lunch, we do not allow chocolate in our home ...


 Why does pasta make me feel so ill?
At first I put it down to coincidence but now I'm pretty sure there's something about pasta that doesn't agree with me.
- I can't finish a plateful. I adore pasta, it's ...


 i always been hot headed. now that i take steroids people look at me different. what do i do?
i always been hot headed. i have the attitude, when there is a punk being an idiot im the one with the audacity to tell him off, but now that i take steroids people think its roid rage and that i ...


 Am I allergic to grass?
Yesterday I was rolling on the grass and my arms, hands (the only part of my skin that wasn't covered) got a lot of bumps. The bumps are red and a little itchy....


 I'm allergic to Peanut Butter, but not allergic to peanuts...how can I make safe Peanut Butter?
For some reason, I get allergic reactions to Peanut Butter. Maybe because it touched machines that process other nuts(which I AM allergic to), but when I eat peanuts straight out of the shell, NOTHIN...


 I just got a piercing that isn't healing because of nickel allergy, what do I do?
I got a piercing 3 months ago and it hasn't healed well at all. Turns out the 14K white gold stud seems to have nickel in it an I'm allergic to nickel. Is there anything I can do to heal ...


 When I wake up my voice is gone? Throat filled with mucus?
Every morning I wake up and have no voice. My throat is filled with mucus and I have to drink two cups of hot chocolate (no milk, just the powder and boiing water). I have to clear my throat ...


 How can i tell if I am allergic to a certain type of food? What are some symtoms?
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 how can i tell if i am allergic to latex?
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 What can i do if i ate it by accident?
I am allergic to seafood(shrimp, crab, lobster, etc), and i recently ate at a buffet. Everything was good, until i got the dessert, the cookies. My throat started to close up and feel itchy. I got a ...



hamish
if someone is allergic to bee stings, what happens to them when they're stung?

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its actually my little boy and he has a severe nut allergy. He has an epipen 4 that but i was just wondering if it would be the same kind of reaction
                      








jedimasterchaz
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depends how serious their allergic to it, if its serious they can die. cause the throat swells up and they cant breathe


BscHons
have you ever seen the old film 'my girl'??


Rose
They can have serious pain and swelling where they were stung. They also can have respiratory problems, especially if you are stung anywhere from the neck up. Then your tongue can swell and you can possibly die. You need to get to a hospital immediately if you are allergic. Also if you are stung anywhere from the neck up, and NOT allergic it can be life threatening as well. If you get stung and are allergic, but can't get to hospital right away, apply ice to the site and take Benadryl(over the counter) medicine.Get to hospital right away.


norn_06
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They explode.





[usually just swell where ever they are stung, or get a rash....different people react in different ways]


janelle t
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well unfortunately it does vary from person to person. However common side effect include but not limited to Bee sting allergy symptoms often begin with a dry cough. Then, the eye area begins to itch and swell. As symptoms progress, the patient begins to sneeze and wheeze, and develop hives that itch. These symptoms may be warning signs of a dangerous condition called anaphylaxis. Symptoms include sudden anxiety and weakness, difficulty breathing, tightness in the chest, very low blood pressure, loss of consciousness, and shock. Anaphylactic shock can occur within minutes and result in death. A patient in anaphylactic shock needs immediate medical treatment.


I have a severe allergy to bee stings and have to carry adrenalin injection pens just in case I go into anaphylactic shock.
I have only ever been stung twice and both times I nearly died. My airway closed and I swelled up dreadfully preventing a stable airway from being established..
Without the prompt action of the paramedics on both occasions I would have died and not be here to tell the tale!


MisMischievous
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Typical allergic reactions include pain, redness, possibly itching, and most important.... swelling, which can become extremely dangerous when it spreads systemically and involves the throat blocking the persons airway and potentially leading to death without quick medical help.

This can all depend on several factors tho, such as the number of stings received, and just how allergic the person is. Different people can react differently to the same amount of venom. See the following website for more info...
http://ohioline.osu.edu/hyg-fact/2000/2076.html


Adam
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well in the worst case they could possibley die but i wouldnt worry mostly the sting just swels up.

i hope this helped and if you want any more help feel free to email me


bigtoe
they have an allergic reaction


ANNIER
Like any allergy, it is more and less severe for different people. Some people vomit and it makes them feel unwell, others go into shock immediately and fit.


Pookie
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From personal experience:

My whole body begins to itch, even the palms of my hands and then I notice a rash occurring all over. The rash becomes especially prevalent in the warmer areas of my body. The rash not only spreads but it swells like an infection. Then I'm rushed to an emergency facility where they ask if I'm having trouble breathing. If I can still breathe okay, they they inject me with epinephrine while checking my blood pressure. People who die from this have their trachea swell so badly that they can't breathe.


goggy71
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i go mental


CJ
The swelling from a bee sting for someone who is allergic can vary from excess swelling to severe anaphylaxia (swelling of esophagus causing trouble breathing). If someone is stung and experiences more of a reaction than a red swelling larger than a quarter or half-dollar, they are likely allergic, and the next sting will probably be worse.

Talk to your doctor if you think you may be allergic to bee stings. They can give you medication to take in an emergency to avoid severe anaphylaxis.


»-(¯`v´¯)-» xox
anaphylactic shock usually occurs minutes or seconds after you get stung. Your throat swells up and it is very hard to breathe. You need an ER right away. you can also get dizziness, swelling, rashes, and lose conciousness.


Manc Lush
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They turn into a bee


DILB
Sod that - what about what happens to the poor bee? The pointy bit she stabs you with is barbed, and it cannot be withdrawn from your skin. So, when she decides to hop it rather than face your righteous indignation at being stung by a stripy little git of an insect, she leaves disembowels herself and leaves her guts attached to the sting. How's that for a reaction to a bee sting?


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