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How do I get rid of a garlic allergy?

How do I get rid of a garlic allergy?

Allergist evaluates: Garlic allergy can occur as a skin allergy, in which case wearing non-latex gloves when cooking should prevent reactions. Allergic reactions from eating garlic (or other foods) can vary in severity. Anaphylactic (rapidly progressing severe reactions) reactions need treatment with Epipen self-injections. An allergist can look for what truly is causing the allergy, and see if treatment is available. ...Read more

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Dr. John Chiu
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Allergies (Definition)

Essentially allergies occur when your immune system goes crazy and decides to has to fight against things it should be ignoring. The immune system of people without allergies simply ignores the pollen in the air or the dander on their cat while an allergic person's immune system creates cells to fight against the pollen or dander. The allergic reaction causes the ...Read more


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How do I get rid of allergies?

Allergies: See an allergist and find out what you are allergic to. Then either avoid or if you want to get rid of allergies, the only effective "cure" are allergy shots. ...Read more

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How do I get rid of my allergies?

How do I get rid of my allergies?

Allergy treatment: Treatment of allergies includes avoidance of the allergen whenever possible, medications to treat symptoms and in persistent cases immunotherapy (allergy shots). ...Read more

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How do I get rid of minor allergies?

How do I get rid of minor allergies?

Avoid and medicate: For all allergies, it is important to identify the allergy so that it can be avoided if possible. Typically milder symptoms can be effectively treated with otc antihistamines such as claritin, zyrtec or Allegra [or their generic counterparts). For more significant symptoms, the prescription nasal sprays are more effective. If symptoms progress, an allergist can give specific guidance. ...Read more

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How do I get rid of my allergies for good?

How do I get rid of my allergies for good?

Allergy shots: The best long term treatment that has shown evidence to actually change a persons immune response is allergy injections. This is used for environmental allergies such as pollens, mold, dust, and dander. An allergist can help determine the allergies, recommend avoidance measures and medications for symptoms improvement, but for long term, allergy injections are the best treatment. ...Read more

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How do I get rid of a cold " that is going to come soon" (i have allergy pills) any remedies or tips to make it go away before it gets worse?

Warn fluids?: Good evening, how do we know that cold " is going to come soon"? Cold is a viral infection of the lining of the nose and respiratory system. In allergy immune system of the lining makes mucus and tries to sneeze the allergens away. In cold, the same system creates mucus containing stuff to fight the virus. Cold virus being sensitive to heat, warm liquids and steam inhalation may help to get bette. ...Read more

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How do I get rid of a dog allergy?

How do I get rid of a dog allergy?

Either the dog: Needs to go or you need to start allergy shots to get rid of it. That's different compared to treating ur allergies. ...Read more

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How do I get rid of itchiness due to allergy to medicine?

How do I get rid of itchiness due to allergy to medicine?

Stop the medication: The best treatment for medication allergy is to stop the medication that triggered the reaction as soon as possible. To decrease itching, a medication like an antihistamine can be helpful. For severe reactions, oral steroids like Prednisone may be necessary. ...Read more

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I have a allergic problem in dust. How do I get rid of this allergy?

I have a allergic problem in dust. How do I get rid of this allergy?

Dust allergy: I suggest you see a board certified allergist, they can help you with your dust allergy and provide you with several options to treat and how to minimize your exposure in every day life. If your symptoms are severe consider allergy shots, also known as allergen immunotherapy. They are 95% successful in treating dust mite allergy. ...Read more