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How Many Celestamine Tablets Do You Take For Skin Allergy
Hi doc Good Day! My question is can I take zetirizine with my daily tablet myrin p forte, cause i have a skin allergy like hives or urticaria. Tnx?
Yes: There is no problem with the combination. ...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
I have very severe skin allergy I have surisis my life is getting difficult I take my anti allergies what is the best solution?
My 2 yr old had just drank about 15-20 mls of cetrizine, she hasbeen prescribed by paedratrician yo take for a skin allergy.?
Observation: Her behavior may change. Make sure she is drinking lots of fluids. Call your local poison control with her weight to determine any other specific management. Hold her prescribed dose for 1-2 days. All the best. ...Read more
Avoidance/allergens: Using perfume free detergent and fabric softeners, avoiding common allergens such as pet dander and dust may help to diminish the symptoms of atopic dermatitis. Keeping the skin well moisturized and using perfume free, alcohol free skin products and developing a skin care regimen with your physician is also important in the management of atopic dermatitis. ...Read more
My bf have what i belive a skin allergy on the internal side of his penis. The outer layer take off after, he said that's normal due to the interaction?
It's almost 1month that i hav skin allergy, I take already loratidine and put calamine lotion but still I suffer from itchiness what cream should aply?
My doctor told me not to take my Allegra (fexofenadine) and Zyrtec 5 days before my skin allergy test but my symptoms are really severe. Should I just take my meds?
Talk to Allergist: If it is not possible for you to stop antihistamines before your allergy appointment there are blood tests that can be drawn instead. Skin testing is more sensitive so it is preferred by myself and most allergists. I would call their office and discuss your issues so you don't show up on antihistamines and have to reschedule. ...Read more
Skin allergyi have a skin allergy, I take allergra 120 which keeps me fine for 4 days then, itching starts on my arms and legs & sometimes whole body?
Skin itch: You need to be evaluated by an allergist. ...Read more
I am suffering from an allergic skin rash around my mouth and I've been given alergy tablets. Can anyone tell me what they do?
Skin allergy: Contact dermatitis can occur at any age and can come after years of exposure to a chemical. Allergy to fragrances, detergents, soaps, make-up etc. Are commonly noted after long periods of symptom-free tolerances. Dermatologists have been trained to use patch testing to identify chemical allergy. ...Read more
Semen allergy: Yes you can have various allergic reactions to a partner's semen. The reactions can range from local irritation to generalized anaphylaxis. The reactions are to a component found in the plasma not the sperm. The international expert is jonathan bernstein, md. See www.Seminalplasmaallergy. Org. ...Read more
Not really: Allergy skin tests currently are performed using sterile, plastic, applicators (not needles) that just puncture the skin at a mild depth. No blood. Typically, 8 tests can be placed in 2 seconds using multitest device and the answer is available in 15-20 minutes. The new multi-test PC (pain control) has even less uncomfortable feeling; my experience is that it works great for children and adults. ...Read more
Numerous: There are many reasons to have skin rashes in the summer. See your doctor or a dermatologist or allergist to determine the cause and appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Discuss w your doc: You should come back and discuss it with your allergist or the person who did skin test on you. Many things can affect skin test quality including medications that might interfere with skin testing, technique, devices, testing extract quality, and how well-trained the staff or the interpretators are, ect. ...Read more
Dust allergy: Dust allergies can cause nasal symptoms and skin allergy known as eczema. You can consult a board certified allergist, they can advise on a dust mite avoidance measures to implement in your bedroom such as hepa filters, and dust mite covers for your bed and you can ultimately get desensitized to dust with allergy shots. ...Read more
Am having skin allergy from 8 to 9 years. I think it must be sirius. Itching is very much frequent. Can't control itching. Is this cureable.?
Most likely: Itching of the skin can have multiple causes and treatments. If you have not been evaluated for the cause, I would start there. ...Read more
Is it normal to have positive reactions to all environmental skin allergy tests then 6-7 years later have all negative reactions? Both as an adult
Disappearing allergy: Although allergies will diminish with age it is unusual for skin tests to change dramatically over time. Sometimes allergy immunotherapy can reduce sensitivity a little. Another possible explanation is that you were taking medication that blocked your more recent tests. You might consider another opinion from an allergist certified by the american board of allergy and immunology. ...Read more
Yes: The tests can have both false positive and false negative results. There are many factors that can influence the results such as the antigens, host factors, timing and medications. The results need to be interpreted in the context of the history. ...Read more
Have him tested by: Allergist for environmental and food allergies, so you can find out the offending agent(s), and have him avoid exposure. This will help. Also, make sure you aren't using any harsh detergents (synthetics), or fabric softeners are used that his linen, or his pajamas, and clothes may have been exposed to, or he will continue to have contact with more irritants on his pillow at night. ...Read more
No: Neither will cause the other both are common and a precise cause should be sought for each. ...Read more
Limited use: Skin testing for allergy is of limited usefulness even when a person does not have dermatographism. The history is the key; skin testing can be confirmatory. Especially, don't conclude that you must severely limit what you do and eat, and where you go, based on skin testing. It's just one piece of information that helps guide decisions. ...Read more
Feather allergy: Like many allergies, common symptoms of feather allergies include a runny nose, sneezing, congested sinuses, sore throat, and itchy, watery eyes. With feather allergies, the symptoms will most likely be most obvious during times of sleep and rest. Though many feather pillows are not designed to be allergy stimulants — encased in cloth -but this does not always work. ...Read more
Allergy: You need to be placed on an anti-histamine to be taken by mouth. The next thing is to figure out what produced this. ...Read more
Itchy skin?: This could mean a lot of things such eczema, hives, angioedema, atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis and a host of other dermatologic conditions related to an allergic reaction. It could signify a reaction to a medication that causes patient to be itchy or have hives or swelling. ...Read more
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