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Dr. John Chiu
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Allergies (Definition)

Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more


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Acebutolol allergy (Tip)

Allergy shots, if given at appropriate doses, can cure allergies. ...See more

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Treating Skin Allergies (Checklist)

Use hydrocortisone
2x day
Do not use diphenhydramine topical cream
once
Avoid the offending agent (s)
once
Find out if you are allergic to nickel, as nickel is often the cause of skin allergies
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What seasonal allergy medscanitakesafelywithfluoxetine(prozac)?

What seasonal allergy medscanitakesafelywithfluoxetine(prozac)?

Allergy meds: Most second generation antihistamines can be taken with Prozac without interaction, such as allegra, zyrtec and claritin. Steroid and antihistamine nasal sprays are also safe and carry less sedating side effects. ...Read more

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Acebutolol allergy (Tip)

The only "cure" to allergies is allergy shots. Everything else is a temporary fix for the problem. ...See more

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Citalopram allergy = hives?

Citalopram allergy = hives?

Very rare: According to fda data less than 1% of individuals develop urticaria (hives) or anaphylaxis with citalopram. Citalopram can be ruled out as the cause of any anaphylaxis, skin rash or hives you develop after you have been on it for over 1 year. ...Read more

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Is it safe to mix nadolol (beta blocker) with allergy medication?

Is it safe to mix nadolol (beta blocker) with allergy medication?

Most: Beta blockers can sometimes make asthma worse and can also worsen nasal congestion, but there are no serious drug-drug interactions with allergy medications i'm aware of. ...Read more

Dr. Thomas Johnson Dr. Johnson
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Acebutolol allergy (Tip)

Confirm your allergies with allergy testing so that you know what allergens to avoid. ...See more

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Allegra (fexofenadine) allergy treated with what medication?

Allegra (fexofenadine) allergy treated with what medication?

Allegra (fexofenadine) allergy: I am not quite sure of the question. Allegra (fexofenadine) is a non drowsy antihistamine to treat symptoms of allergic or non allergic rhinitis. The symptoms include runny stuffy nose, sneezing, itchy and watery eyes. It can also help itching of the skin. If your question is not answered, please clarify the question. ...Read more

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Erythromycin allergy symptoms?

Erythromycin allergy symptoms?

The usual culprits: The causes of allergy are many but the symptoms are predictable & limited. Hives, swelling of hands, feet, eyelids & lips called angioedema, breathing issues due to windpipe swelling or asthma & GI symptoms like nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain & diarrhea. Since Erythromycin commonly causes GI symptoms it's hard to tell if this is allergy or intolerance when skin or breathing symptoms are absent. ...Read more

Dr. Heidi Fowler Dr. Fowler
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Acebutolol allergy (Tip)

Wear a medic alert bracelet if you have a fire ant allergy. ...See more

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Whats sudafed allergy?

Whats sudafed allergy?

I have not seen it: True allergic reactions to sudafed are rare. More commonly people will not tolerate the drug effects of the medication. This can include heart racing, elevated blood pressure, sleeplessness, feeling jittery. This medication can case problems with an enlarged prostate and certain kinds of glaucoma. In the first trimester of pregnancy, it is associated with an increased incidence of a birth defect. ...Read more

Dr. John McMahan Dr. McMahan
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Acebutolol allergy (Tip)

Allergy shots or drops can help severe allergic patients cope and decrease the need for meds. ...See more

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Is montelukast used for chronic asma & allergy?

Is montelukast used for chronic asma & allergy?

Yes: Sigulair (montelukast) is a leukotriene receptor antagonist used for the maintenance treatment of asthma and has the added benefit of relieving symptoms of seasonal allergies. In addition, montelukast is used for other conditions including exercise induced bronchospasm, AERD, and chronic urticaria (hives).This medication is NOT useful for the treatment of acute asthma attacks. ...Read more

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Acebutolol allergy (Tip)

Start your medications before the high pollen season starts. Consider allergy shots! ...See more

Dr. Neil Kao Dr. Kao
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Does cetirizine (aka zyrtec) allergy medication contain any stimulant components?

Dr. Neil Kao Dr. Kao
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Does cetirizine (aka zyrtec) allergy medication contain any stimulant components?

No: Cetirizine is also marketed with pseudoefedrine, which can be a stimulant in some people. Avoid zyrtec-d. ...Read more

Dr. Suzanne Galli
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Acebutolol (Definition)

Acebutolol is a beta blocker which is a kind of rhythm ...Read more


Dr. Harold Peltan
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Sectral (Definition)

Sectral is a beta blocker which is a kind of rhythm ...Read more