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Cause Of Digoxin Immune Fab Allergy
Digoxin allergy: Digoxin ( Lanoxin, Digox) is a a medication that is used to support blood pressure support & as an antiarrhythmic. An allergy occurs when your body’s immune system creates antibodies to a foreign substance causing a reaction that can be mild to severe. For potential adverse effects see: http://www.webmd.com/drugs/2/drug-4358/digoxin-oral/details ...Read more
It is a heart drug...A purified product of the foxglove plant. It has effects which include strengthening the contraction of the heart muscle, slowing conduction of the heart's electrical impulse through the av node and thereby helping to slow the heart rate during atrial fibrillation. Because of potential toxicity, its use has been largely replaced ...Read more
Allergy: By itself means over reactive immune system, fighting agents in some individuals considered by other individuals as harmless. The reaction(s) cause the symptoms of allergy. That doesn't weaken the immune system nor its ability to fight infection, rather a different process, hope this clarifies your query ...Read more
Not overactive: Allergy is the result of part of the immune system causing reactions to substances that non-allergic people do not react to. The treatment depends on what kind of allergy a person has. Food allergies - at this time only avoidance is suggested. Asthma, allergic rhinitis and conjunctivitis - medications and desensitization (allergy shots). Atopic dermatitis - medications and avoidance of allergens. ...Read more
I get allergies really bad I wanted to know what causes allergies and is it an indication for something serious like a weaken immune system?
Yes and no.: Allergy develops because your immune system has been programmed to react to otherwise innocuous substances such as animal dander, pollen, dust mite,mold, food etc. As such, it should be considered a misguided immune not a weakened response. Having said that, people with allergy asthma are more prone to respiratory tract infection and in that sense the immune system is weak. ...Read more
You said allergies can't cause a cold. R u educated? Allergy exposure reduces immune system - stronger reactions or increased risk to colds flu etc
I'm allergic to MANY things. I understand allergies are caused by overactive immune system but I get infections, colds, etc. so easily & often. Why?
Uncontrolled: Allergy symptoms in the upper airways, nose and sinuses, can lead to the picture you just described, being allergic to many things, you didn't specify if your allergy symptoms are due to things that you smell or breathe, or rather things that you eat, your best bet is seeking professional help, see an allergist, check aaaai.org or acaai.org for an allergist in your area, good luck ...Read more
Can you see an allergist or immunologist to check for sun allergy skin reactions or immune disorders that cause them?
Many docs can: Reactions to sunlight (apart from sun burn) are uncommon. Allergists can help diagnose and treat an itchy sun rash called solar urticaria. Rheumatologists can help diagnose and treat sun-induced rashes in diseases like lupus. Of course, dermatologists can help diagnose and treat many skin conditions. Hepatologists and geneticists may also see some very rare diseases with sensitivity to uv light. ...Read more
I have bad allergies and a high IgE level (1300). Will this wear my immune system out over time? Also can allergies cause body aches and fatigue?
Maybe: Allergy is from a skewed immune reaction to otherwise innocuous substances- usually a protein. People with allergic asthma are more susceptible to respiratory infections for this reason. Allergy does not usually cause body aches although sleep disruption from your allergic conditions may cause body aches and fatigue. Uncontrolled asthma can cause fatigue. See an allergist. ...Read more
I have bad allergies. If allergies are caused by overactive immune system, why do I get sick so easy? 2 staph, sinus infect, HPV, MANY colds & flu.
Good question: allergy causes inflammation of mucus membranes /skin, this inflammation invites bacteria which colonize sinuses, skin and other areas causing chronic infection with frequent flare-ups, sometimes with the allergy there could be a subtle defect in the complex immune system which adds to the problem, you need to see a qualified allergist/immunologist for management,keep follow up with your doctor/ENT ...Read more
I am not quite: Sure what you are asking but many people are not allergic to dog dander. ...Read more
Im always getting allergies or sinus problems will a multi vitamin help me? will it build my immune system
No: They cannot. Save your money.Get a more detailed answer ›
Are allergies/asthma related to autoimmune disease! since both are a an over reaction of the immune system?
No: It makes an interesting hypothesis but there is no evidence to prove it. People with autoimmune disorders can develop lung disease that are often misdiagnosed as asthma. Check this out: http://www.Dailymail.Co.Uk/news/article-2032695/venus-williams-speaks-sjogrens-syndrome-forced-us-open.Html venus williams was diagnosed with "asthma" previously that turned out to be something else. ...Read more
Allergy shots!: The best way to get to the bottom of allergies; that is, to train the immune system to no longer react to known allergens, is to pursue allergy shots. These shots occur over a series of months and will help generate a desensitivity and tolerance to your allergies! talk to an allergist to learn more. You can find one at www.Aaaai.Org. ...Read more
No: Allergic and autoimmune diseases are from misdirected immune responses and not because of the immune system is strong or weak. I think the question you may be asking is " Could a well regulated immune system help with allergies?", then the answer would be yes. In fact, that's what allergy shots do by shifting your immune response towards the normal range. ...Read more
What's the best way to boost your immune system to fight off a cold, allergy, or flu if you have an autoimmune disease?
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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