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Allergies No Sneezing
No difference: Sneezing occurs because of irritation in one's nose. For a cold, it is because of a viral infection. For allergy, it is because of allergies. ...Read more
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
Indoor allergies: Sneezing at night or upon awakening is frequently the result of indoor allergies such as dust mite, animal dander, feather or even indoor mold. An allergist can assist in identifying the trigger so avoidance measures can be performed. Medication treatment can include antihistamines, nasal corticosteroid sprays (nasacort (triamcinolone) for example) and even allergy injections. Check with your allergist. ...Read more
What should I do if I have an allergy of sneezing when I wake upplease tell me what type of disease or allergy it is?
Morning sneezing: Typically indoor allergic triggers that lead to nasal symptoms (sneezing, itching, runny nose, congestion) are related to dust mites, feather pillows/down comforter, or indoor pets or mold. An allergist can assist in identifying the specific trigger and finding a treatment that can be helpful. ...Read more
How "germy" are sneezes if not sick? Have awful allergies and sneeze all day everyday. No medications seem to help either. Can others get sick?
Unlikely to catch:
Sneezes, itchy throat and watery itchy eyes is allergic
rhinitis (hay fever) and not contagious to anyone unless you demonstrate a fever.
You can try Claritin 10 mg or Zyrtec over the counter
for these symptoms daily for allergy relief. If further
questions, make a virtual appt with an allergist thru
healthtap. ...Read more
My husband once a while has a very bad allergy and sneezes continuously which is a worry most times. We still do not know what the cause is.?
Allergic rhinitis: This sounds like an acute allergic rhinitis reaction. Seasonal and intermittent symptoms are often dealt with successfully by using a triad of antihistamine, nasal steroid spray and saline nasal irrigation. Remember "the solution to pollution is dilution." If symptoms persist allergy testing may be indicated followed by immunotherapy (allergy shots) for refractory symptoms. ...Read more
Unlikely: It takes a mature immune system to have inhalant allergies & most insurers won't even cover testing until a kid is 4. A 3 mo infant will respond to airborne allergens/pollens like you do to dust or smoke. It becomes trapped in nasal hairs, mucus & makes them congested. A good clean out with saline nasal wash does wonders to help them. Remove stray fragrances, odors, dust from their environment ...Read more
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I have seasonal allergy. Like sneezing or whistle sound in respiration. Specially spring season. How to avoid?
Ever since I moved to Florida from a metropolitan area I have had a chronic allergy. No sneezing or congestion but nose is always drippy. Why?
Indoor or Outdoor?: Any time you relocate, you change those factors to which you are exposed. Florida is a very humid environment. Dust mites and molds grow better in high humidity. It is also possible that indoor animals were in your home before you moved in. Seasonal outdoor pollens will be different but they wouldn't cause persistent symptoms ...Read more
My family an I have allergy problem and seems to get worse. Had blood test done but nothing major wrong showing. Allergies are sneezing, rash on skin?
Allergies: Skin tests may be more reliable than blood tests. Consult an allergist. In the meantimetake antihistamines. ...Read more
What is a good otc to take as an effective antihistamine pill for allergy related sneezing? Btw, I don't like putting mists in my nose.
2nd generation: Antihistamines, as loratadine, cetirizine or fexofenadine OTC, can be used as a start, but read the labels carefully, take either one regularly, not on as needed basis, preferably at night time, only once a day. You can try for a week or two, if no improvement, you need to see your doctor who may refer you to an ENT / Allergist, good luck ...Read more
Pregnant with shortness of breath constant cough then shortness of breath suffer from allergies, constant sneezing and then shortness of breath
I have allergies I sneeze every morning but I have seen I have itchy eyes they itch all the time and I feel better rubbing them. Please help prescription needed?
See your Doctor: There are steroid nasal sprays that are very efffective for controlling sneezing and nasal congestion. Naphcon a eye drops can be purchased without a prescription and help treat itchy eyes. ...Read more
Lately when breathing deeply from nose it feels like I am breathing in salt water. (kinda tingly) is this an infection? Or allergies? No sneezing.
Nasal irritation: The sensation of tingling in the nose can represent minor irritation in the anterior nasal lining. It can result from something as simple as kleenex use. If you do not have nasal drainage it is unlikely that an infection is present. Sometimes nasal drying can cause these symptoms as well. If it does not resolve soon, see an ENT doctor for an examination. ...Read more
I have an ulcer on one of my tonsils. I don't feel like strep, but have had some of my common allergy symptons:sneezing, eyes, etc. Should I get checked?
Never hurts: Always better safe than sorry. Without being able to see and examine you have no way to know what is going on, but this may be a part of your allergic reactions. ...Read more
How to find allergen for allergy? I sneeze a lot with running nose and sometimes blocked nose. What is the reason n treatment for it.
I have skin allergy, itching, sneezing and runny nose. I think chicken eating trigger allergy more. Taking monticope. Only temp cure. No permant cure?
See an allergist: You really need to be tested by an allergist and then possibly undergo an oral food challenge. ...Read more
Taking medicine for lowering cholesterol can trigger an allergy? Eg, sneezing watery nose, redness of eyes, itchiness of tongue w/some prickles on top?
Progressivley worse sore throat with no other symptoms excepts, coughing. At first had allergy type sneezing then, it started. Going on for a week.
Viral syndrome: Most likely you have viral upper respiratory tract infection that is causing sneezing, sore throat and coughing. You do not mention whether you have fever. If you develop high fever and/or increasing pain on swallowing, you have to be examined by a physician to rule out streptococcal throat infection. ...Read more
I take fenofibrate lipid regulating agent, thus it trigger allergy. Eg.sneezing watery nose, redness of both eyes, itchiness of tongue with preckles ontop?
Currently I have seasonal Allergy (Ragweed) sneezing runny nose, itchy nose/ throat, Is it ok to take my annual Flu shot now or should I wait.?
For your allergic symptoms, your PCP may prescribe an anti-histamine, nasal saline and/or a nasal steroid.
You can still have your flu vaccine as recommended. ...Read more
I'm asthmatic & having major allergy symptoms: sneezing, watery eyes, runny nose, & congestion & sinus pressure. What would be best to take to treat?
Antihistamine: You might consider taking a non-sedating antihistamine like loratidine over the counter. ...Read more
Hi, I'm 34 weeks pregnant and have severe allergy symptoms sneezing, itchy ears and throat, runny nose and eyes, which medicine is good for me?
Allergic & pregnant: The less medication used in pregnancy, the better, most people agree. However, late in pregnancy, category B antihistamines like Benadryl (diphenhydramine) and Zyrtec are generally safe for mother and baby. Nasalcrom spray is especially safe, as long as one is not allergic to it, which is RARE, but it is not very strong. Nasal steroid sprays Nasacort/Flonase are usually fine, because not much is used--all these OTC ...Read more
Can you tell me for severe allergies like sneezing, what is more effective, allegra, benadryl, (diphenhydramine) claritin, or zyrtec?
Similar, but...: Allegra, Zyrtec and Claritan are all very similar meds and there isn't really one that is better, although one may work better in a certain patient. Benadryl (diphenhydramine) works very differently but has many more side effects than the others, including sedation and need for repeated dosing of the medicine daily. If you feel allergies are ""severe", you need to visit an allergist for more preventative care. ...Read more
Several treatments: Sneezing is a common symptom caused by environmental allergies. Nasal steroids are the first-line therapy and most effective at relieving nasal symptoms. Other alternative therapies include oral antihistamines, topical (intranasal) antihistamines, and allergen immunotherapy (allergy shots) after consultation with a board-certified allergist to determine your exact allergies. ...Read more
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Nighttime sneezing: Typically night time sneezing paroxysms are related to allergies to things found in the bedroom. This includes dust mites, feather pillows, animal dander from pets allowed in the bedroom. An allergist can quickly (result in 20 minutes) and accurately test a person for allergies and develop a treatment plan. ...Read more
Presumably: But your carpet also harbors pet dander, mold spores, food particles, and plant pollens. Any of these things will be sucked into the vacuum cleaner and spit out the exhaust. Certainly, house dust mite allergy is the first thing we allergists consider. But we also always say "never presume.". ...Read more