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Can Allergies To Mold And Dust Cause Burping
No: Mold and dust are airborne allergens, with the usual symptoms being runny nose, stuffy nose, mild cough, and itching in the nose and/or eyes. People whose have asthma symptoms can get more wheezing and coughing when the air has mold or dust. Burping is not a respiratory symptom, but instead is from air escaping up from the stomach. Burping is not caused by airborne allergens. ...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
Wash in hot water: Hot water will kill dust mites and their eggs. It will also kill any mold. ...Read more
How can I know if my allergies are coming from the dog dander, the dust, or possible mold in our house?
Allergy Testing: Can help to differentiate. Who knows, maybe you have allergies to all three. ...Read more
Yes: Skin allergy testing can check for number of allergens. These include environmental and food allergens. ...Read more
Are dust/dust mite/dust mold same? Please tell me all possible management options for dust allergy. Including medicines, if needed.
Very similar: Those are basically some things that make up what dust is, and dust mites are tiny arachnids that live in and around these particles, typically in warm, humid places. In particular, they love mattresses, pillows, upholstered furniture, and carpet. Medical treatment would include a long acting antihistamine, a leukotriene, a prescription nasal spray(s) and/or even allergy shots. ...Read more
Hello i have allergies like dust mold etc but a few months ago I was diagnosed with bronchitis due to allergies, well it's gone now?
Can allergies to molds pollens dust etc include symptoms of lightheaded, feeling a little spacey etc?
Gene & environment: When your genes and the changing environment intreacts, some people would develop allergies. Allergy develops because your immune system has been redirected to react to otherwise innocuous substances such as animal dander, pollen, dust mite, mold, food etc. The stronger a family history of allergic diseases, the more likely you are going to become allergic. ...Read more
Is it unusual to be allergic to onions, broccoli, spinach, carrots, peaches and eggs? I also have inhalant, dust, mold and pollen allergies.
Yes: This number of allergies is not common. Someone with these problems requires an evaluation by a specialist in allergy and immunology to identify if you are truly allergic to these things or if there is some other potential problem. ...Read more
Living in Singapore. SOB, Chronic cough, itchy throat in office and home for 1 year. What allergies should I be tested for besides dust, cats, mold?
Environmental: Allergens you need to be tested. They cause post nasal drip which makes you cough plus itchy throat. Cold/flu is not associated with itching. There is also a condition known as pollen-fruit or oral allergy syndrome wherein one gets itching mouth/throat from eating certain fruits due to cross-reaction with pollen allergy. Apple, banana, melon, avocado are the more common culprits. ...Read more
Other causes likely: True (ige-mediated) food allergy is more likely to cause hives, breathing difficulty, abdominal pain and vomiting. Genetically modified foods can cause similar reactions. Excessive burping may be due to gastroesophageal reflux disease. Bloating could be a result of consitpation or celiac disease. ...Read more
Symptoms: Symptoms of food allergy include: hives, itchiness, lip/tongue/throat swelling, breathing problems, belly pain, nausea, vomiting, passing out. Burping and bloating in and of themselves are probably not food allergy related. Celiac disease can be manifested by non-specific abdominal complaints. ...Read more
What could be cause of my extremeee fatigue, dry heavy eyes, burping, hoarseness, an hour after each meal- not food allergy and not blood sugar?!?
Acid reflux: Can cause some symptoms you have described, extreme fatigue not usually being one of them. ...Read more
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Sensitization.: A positive immunocap ige or allergy prick test to food is at best 50% predictive of a positive response on food challenge. Usually, the higher the response, the higher the likelihood of being allergic to that food. You should talk to your allergist about this. By the way, I am not referring to igg antibody to foods. ...Read more
I've had chronic hives for four years. My husband just developed identical symptoms. Allergy to dust mites but could there be another underlying cause?
HIVES FOR FOUR YEARS:
YOUR BEST BET IS CONSULT WITH A DERMATOLOGIST OR AN ALLERGIST.
THESE DOCTORS WILL BE ABLE TO TEST BOTH OF YOU TO FIND OUT WHAT YOU BOTH MIGHT BE ALLERGIC TO.
DO NOT WAIT!
BEST LUCK TO YOU BOTH. . . ...Read more
Several disorders: Exposure to molds (fungus) can trigger seasonal or year round allergic rhinitis or nasal allergies as well as asthma. Mold can trigger "Allergic Fungal Sinusitis" where mold growth expands the nasal sinuses and also colonize the lungs of patients with asthma called Allergic Bronchopulmonary Aspergillosis. Also, molds can trigger hypersensitivity pneumonitis--lung inflammation like pneumonia! ...Read more
Possibly: It is possible.Get a more detailed answer ›
What is a nasal drip and can it cause inflammed tonssils and lymph nodes and what I could do about it allergy to dust?
No: Postnasal drips do not cause inflamed tonsils or enlarged lymph nodes. If you have both of these symptoms, you are likely suffering from a cold. As for allergy to dust, consider getting mite-proof encasing to cover the box spring, mattress, and pillows. Allergy shots may be needed if your symptoms are not easily controlled by medications such as antihistamine +/- a decongestant. ...Read more
Is it possible to cure allergies caused by pollen, dust, hay fever, etc. Without getting an allergy shot every two weeks?
No: You can help reduce your symptoms with avoidance and medications although allergy shots are really the only treatment option that can provide long term benefit even after stopping. ...Read more
Can seasonal allergies (mold, ragweed, etc.) cause a person to feel hot/flushed or even develop a slight/low-grade fever? If so, why?
No, unless: There is a super added infection, viral / bacterial in the upper / lower respiratory tracts. Allergy is a sort of chronic inflammation, if uncontrolled, can set the ground for acute bouts on other types of inflammation caused by micro-organisms which can lead to symptoms you mentioned, wish you wellness ...Read more
Can palpitations be caused by mold spores? Or allergies? I'm trying to figure it out b/c I was woken up out of my sleep with palpitations.
Can a high positive ANA cause allergies? I never had allergy symptoms and now I react to so many things (food, medication, contrast dye, pollen, dust)
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