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How to treat allergic reaction to cat?

How to treat allergic reaction to cat?

Taking antihistamine: Can help. If you need to be in frequent contact with cats - please see an allergist. ...Read more

Dr. John Chiu
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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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How to treat an allergic reaction to antibiotic?

How to treat an allergic reaction to antibiotic?

Varies: Stop antibiotic and take Benadryl (diphenhydramine) for a mild reaction like skin rash. With more serious symptoms like trouble breathing - go to er immediately as you may need more intensive treatment! ...Read more

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How to treat an allergic reaction to spermicide condom?

How to treat an allergic reaction to spermicide condom?

Avoid and meds: Most allergic reactions if mild can be treated with antihistamines. If the allergic reaction is more significant, then corticosteroids (creams or tabs) may be helpful. It would be useful to know if the reaction was from latex or the spermicide in an effort to prevent future reactions. An allergist can assist in this endeavor. ...Read more

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How can you treat allergic reaction red itchy bumps?

How can you treat allergic reaction red itchy bumps?

See below: Clean with a warm soapy compress and then apply a cortisone cream. ...Read more

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How can I treat an allergic reaction?

How can I treat an allergic reaction?

Benadryl (diphenhydramine): Immediately stop eating the food you think is causing the problem. Take liquid or dissolving Diphenhydramine (benadryl). If your reaction is worse: cough, shortness of breath, wheezing, chest tightness, difficulty breathing, hives all over your body, swelling of lips and tongue, etc., then you need to use your Epinephrine autoinjector (epipen, twinject) and go to the nearest emergency room. ...Read more

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How do you treat an allergic reaction to guacamole?

How do you treat an allergic reaction to guacamole?

Treatment varies: Good morning, the treatment for allergic reaction varies whether it is an acute (immediate) or a delayed such as skin rash. Benedryl may relieve itching. Complete avoidance of allergen is important. I have not come across a case of reaction to guacamole yet. ...Read more

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How can I treat an allergic reaction on my vulva?

Allergic reactions: Topical medications such as low potency steroids used for short periods of time (less than 2 weeks) will often help control allergic reactions on the skin. Topical steriods are typically avoided on the face and mucous membranes. The primary treatment of any allergic reactions is to find out the cause and avoid future exposures. Many skin conitions are not allergy (such as fungal infections). ...Read more

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How can u treat an allergic reaction to steri strips on ur c section?

How can u treat an allergic reaction to steri strips on ur c section?

Contact your MD: If you do have a contact allergy to the steri-strip then it has to come off but then the skin at your c-section wound will open increasing the risk of infection and a big scar. Contact your ob-gyn to diagnose the condition and if it is contact allergy versus, for example, an infection, then an alternate method of skin closure can be provided if needed. ...Read more

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How can I treat a minor allergic reaction?

How can I treat a minor allergic reaction?

What reaction?: You don't tell us what symptoms you had. True allergic reactions usually respond to a few otc tablets of antihistamines. Without more data, i can't b more specific. ...Read more

Dr. John Chiu
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Allergic Reaction (Definition)

Allergic reactions are sensitivities to substances, called allergens, that come into contact with the skin, nose, eyes, respiratory tract, and gastrointestinal tract. They can be inhaled into the ...Read more