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Can allergies make you randomly feel fatigued?

Can allergies make you randomly feel fatigued?

Yes, but....: ...typically only when severe. The best approach is to see an allergist to evaluate whether allergies are contributing to your fatigue, and to followup with your primary care physician if the fatigue persists. ...Read more

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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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Can allergies make you have dry mouth, throat, nose and eyes?? feeling like am dehydrated. Can benedryl make me feel better or worse dry me up more?

Can allergies make you have dry mouth,  throat, nose and eyes??  feeling like am dehydrated. Can benedryl make me feel better or worse dry me up more?

Yes: Allergies may cause dry mouth, throat, nose, and eyes. However, one more common side effect of Benadryl is drying of those areas. Benadryl may still be used safely to treat symptoms of allergies, but be sure to follow dosing directions exactly as they appear on the package labeling and to stay well hydrated throughout the day, as you admitted dehydration’s an issue. ...Read more

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Can allergies and sinus make you feel dizzy?

Can allergies and sinus make you feel dizzy?

Yes: Problems with allergies leading to congestion can cause middle and inner ear problems that can certainly lead to feeling dizzy. Also, extension of a sinus infection into the brain or middle ear can also cause dizziness, and these are very serious conditions. Don't ignore these symptoms - get evaluated and treated. ...Read more

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Can antibiotics make you to have tired or sleepy eyes?

Can antibiotics make you to have tired or sleepy eyes?

To some degree, yes: Some medications can dry the eyes. These include blood pressure pills, antidepressants, and many others. A good addage to follow is that all medications can cause a variety of side effects, even if it is not specifically written on the package inserts. Dry eyes in turn can be experienced as tired or sleepy. ...Read more

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Can allergies cause your eyes to hurt and for you to feel tired?

Can allergies cause your eyes to hurt and for you to feel tired?

Yes...: Allergies can cause symptoms as you describe so see your doctor so this can be diagnosed and treated. ...Read more

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Can untreated nasal allergies make you feel constantly lethargic?

Can untreated nasal allergies make you feel constantly lethargic?

Yes: Yes. In people with chronic allergies involving the nose and upper respiratory tract, lethargy is a common complaint. This may be due to sleep disturbance associated with nasal obstruction or just a part of the allergic process. Treating the allergies with non-sedating antihistamines and/or prescription nasal sprays can be very helpful in improving all the symptoms including the lethargy. ...Read more

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Nose feels inflamed, eyes feel heavy and get slightly lightheaded when I get up..I have some allergies to pollen possibly?

Nose feels inflamed, eyes feel heavy and get slightly lightheaded when I get up..I have some allergies to pollen possibly?

Allergies: It's a possibility you may have Allergic Rhinitis or possible Sinusitis. Please see your doctor for further evaluation and appropriate treatment. ...Read more

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Can fall allergies make you tired and anxious?

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Can fall allergies make you tired and anxious?

Probable: Allergic rhinitis has been associated with fatigue and sleep disruptions. These issues may make you anxious although there may be other causes to be considered. ...Read more

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Can sleeping with contacts make you feel dizzy?

Can sleeping with contacts make you feel dizzy?

Dizziness: If your contact has shifted during your sleep, you may have dizziness when you first open your eyes due to not being able to see clearly out of one eye. Check your lens placement. If not improved, seek immediate medical attention. Best of health to you! ...Read more

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I am myopic. What can be done to make my eyes better and make sure they don't get worse?

I am myopic. What can be done to make my eyes better and make sure they don't get worse?

See your doctor: These symptoms can only be adequately diagnosed only after a thorough evaluation by your doctor. This may include labs and other satudies. Once all of the information is in, your doctor can let you know what's going on, and what to do to help you. ...Read more

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Can you give me advice! can anxiety make you dizzy headed or vision kinda blurry?

Can you give me advice! can anxiety make you dizzy headed or vision kinda blurry?

Talk;behavior ch: Gen. Anx. Disorder manifests in excessive fear in many circumstances. We all are anxious at times, it can keep us alive, but when it is triggered too easily we may experience panic attacks, i.e., physical symptoms such as pounding heart, sweating, light headed, hard to breathe. Such attacks are self-limiting but frightening. Help is available through a mental health professional. See doc. ...Read more

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Can carbamazapine make you cross eyed and make your eyes look more droopy (as in tired eyes) ?

Can carbamazapine make you cross eyed and make your eyes look more droopy (as in tired eyes) ?

Yes. : It's not a specific side effect of the drug but rather the sedative effect.. It makes you more sleepy. This can reduce your brains ability to to keep your eyes aligned. This is called a breakdown in ocular phoria, alignment. When you are more "sleepy" eyelids can droop. Less common causes include thyroid disease and autoimmune disease such as my esthetic gravies. Tell your prescribing doctor. ...Read more

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Can seasonal allergies make you tired and dizzy?

Can seasonal allergies make you tired and dizzy?

Tired and Dizzy? Yes: Fatigue is very common when allergies are flaring. Your immune system is working like crazy, creating the allergies, making most people tired. Dizziness is also a symptom of allergies but is not nearly as common as the fatigue. ...Read more

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Can glasses make your eyes even worse when you take them off?

Can glasses make your eyes even worse when you take them off?

No: However, the glasses make you see better without any focusing effort your internal lens. Your eye relaxes because the glasses are doing the work, and sometimes when you take them off, things "appear" more blurry. ...Read more

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Can asthma make you feel like you have something stuck in your throat ?

Can asthma make you feel like you have something stuck in your throat ?

No: You have something else going on. Maybe reflux, maybe a vocal cord problem. You need to be examined with a flexible laryngoscope either by an allergist or an otolaryngologist. ...Read more

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Can pollen cause such bad allergies that it can make you dizzy and give you headaches?

Can pollen cause such bad allergies that it can make you dizzy and give you headaches?

Sinuses: Allergies can lead to sinuses becoming congested which can cause headaches. That "clogged" sensation can feel like being lightheaded. ...Read more

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Can allergies cause you to feel like your chocking while eating?

Can allergies cause you to feel like your chocking while eating?

Possible: If you have a lot of post-nasal drips, this may cause choking. However if food tends to get stuck, then one will need to consider a condition known as eosinophilic esophagitis(EoE) likely linked to food allergies. I would suggest that you consult a gastroenterologist first to find out the cause for the choking. ...Read more