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I Think I Am Allergic To Old Books They Give Me Sneezes And Watery Eyes What Can I Do
Mold allergy: I would guess that you are sensitive to mold. You can avoid old books or get treatment for allergies. ...Read more
Tears out of proportion. Eyes need tear film to keep the cornea clear of any local or environmental foreign materials. The tears are produced by local as well as accessory lacrimal glands and are constantly being replaced by evaporation or suction by the nasolacrimal system into the nose. Watery eyes can result from many causes, some of which being too much production ...Read more
Sneezing and watery: Hello, sneezing and tearing are symptoms an allergic reaction. This could be seasonal, contact, perennial or possibly food linked. If this is a minor problem, you could try an otc antihistamine and eye drops. If it is worse, see your doctor for other therapy and possibly testing. ...Read more
Would not treat: Highly unlikely for a 4 month old to have environmental allergies. Environmental allergies normally require a couple of seasonal exposures to develop. This most likely is an upper respiratory infection, or a cold. No otc cold medications are recommended for children under the age of 6. Make sure there is nothing that could be a respiratory irritant to your child, such as cigarette smoke. ...Read more
How can I help my baby who is sneezing has clear runny mucus and really watery eyes? She is 10 months old
Every morning, right after I wake up I start sneezing, and have an itchy nose and watery eyes that sometimes itch. What could I be allergic to?
Probably dust: Fairly common symptoms for dust allergies. Builds up as you sleep. Allergies cause itching & tearing. Over-the-counter allergy medicine & eyedrops help relieve it. Zaditor (ketotifen) is a good eye drop for allergies. You can also take over the counter medicine like loratidine in the morning or zyrtec before bed. ...Read more
2 year old woke up fine, sneezing and watery eyes this afternoon, and by early night time felt very warm and had chills and tired. Came on fast, flu?
Maybe. . .: Best to go to doctor in AM, assuming otherwise doing ok. But if any change in activity (granted it should be past his/her bedtime by now), then don't wait, just go immediately to ER. Of note, there are many viruses, of which influenza (the "flu") is just one. To be even more precise, there are many types of "flu". Biggest problem is that viruses don't respond to antibiotics. So always wash hands. ...Read more
My almost 21 mo old is sneezing and has watery eyes much like my older kids' allergies. Is a smaller dose of Claritin (loratadine) okay for her? It's bad day/night
What could be wrong if you 18month old had a sinus infect. But days later started with a runny/stuffy nose, watery eyes, sneezing, coughing, wheezing?
Upper reinfection: Chest colds are prone to become upper airway or eyes ear nose and throat as well. Symptomatic treatment usually best but if trouble breathing or increasingly fussy aisle at infection and or fluid might be a problem if so see your child's health practitioner. ...Read more
My son is 9 months old. I think he has some seasional allergies. He is sneezing a lot, red watery eyes, and runny nose and all discharge is clear?
Don't assume allergy: If I blow pepper in your face, you sneeze & drain the same as those with allergy. I find babies have more congestion with scented cleaning products, perfume, smoke & other irritants than they do with animal dander or pollens. The tiny nasal passages that become very noisy with a little mucous or swelling gives many the wrong idea. Thease are not little copies of adult problems, their issues differ. ...Read more
Nasal allergy - sneezing, watery eyes and allergic to dust, season change and unnatural air viz a/c, fans etc. Take allegra tablets (120-180 mg), spray?
Mixed rhinitis: Sounds like perennial mixed rhinitis with both allergic and non-allergic triggers. Evidenced based medicine says topical nasal steroid spray is primary treatment, topical or oral antihistamines next and possibly montelukast (singular). Allergen immunotherapy can also be very helpful. See your pcp or board certified allergist. ...Read more
My 20 month old has sneezing, runny nose, red watery eyes and coughing. It sounds like the flim is stuck around her respiratory area? She has been given children's allegra and Tylenol. Doesn't seem to help much! Temperature is 97.4. How concerned should
Probably viral: Child probably has a viral Upper respiratory infection. Usually takes 5-7 days regardless. If lethargic, not drinking, not responding, difficulty breathing, or fever returning then doctor needs to see her again. Children of this age group are incapable of throwing out phlegm but do a very decent job of coughing it up &then swallowing which actually removes it from the respiratory system. ...Read more
Believe allergic reaction to large qty of fertilizer itchy burn watery eyes. Dry mouth sneezing stuffy nose. Remedy?
Protect yourself: The remedy is to wear an appropriate mask while you're working with any chemicals. Also wear eye protection. Avoid contact for 5 to 7 days with anymore fertilizer. ...Read more
I ate some old food and soon after I got watery eyes sore throat and stuffed nose I also have been sneezing a lot why and how did this start?
Allergies?: One possibility is that the food contained a mold to which you are allergic and reacted. ...Read more
My friend sneeze and has watery eyes every morning he wakes up. This started 3 months ago and still on. What might be the problem?
Allergies!: Sounds like allergies. You named to find source, most likely environmental, and treat. See allergy specialist. ...Read more
See an allergist: Your symptoms strongly suggest environmental allergy. Stay indoors as much as you can, drive with closed window and recirculate air, at home close windows. You can take otc anti-histamines, such as cetirizine, fexofenadine of loratadine; irrigate nose with saline, artifiical tears to eyes and drops such as ketotifen. If all these don't help, see an allergist. ...Read more
I took a Claritin (loratadine) this morning and 2 hours later no relief. Watery eyes, and that constant feeling I need to sneeze. Can I take anything else?
Nasal steroid: Nasal steroid is far more effective than antihistamine in relieving nasal symptoms but it does take a few days for it to give you optimal benefits. Nasal antihistamine, which requires a Rx, works much faster. If you don't get enough relief from both of the above, an allergy consult would be a good option. ...Read more
Can allergies cause headaches? Also do allergies necessarily always present themselves with watery eyes and sneezing? I don't have these symptoms.
Mgt: Allergies may result in nasal congestion and sinus pressure headaches. ...Read more
Whenever Contact to dust, even small amount amount of dust then start to sneeze, watery eyes, watery nose for whole day. Help to Treat it?
AH, nasal steroid: Antihistamine eye drop may reduce your eye symptoms and would be regular usage of a nasal steroid which would reduce both the nasal and eye symptoms. If problem remains uncontrolled, you may want to see an allergist. If your problem is from mattress dust, mite-proof encasings on the mattress, pillows, and box spring be considered. ...Read more
Sneeze cough: Supportive treatment, can use bulb suction to clean baby's nose, and saline drops may be helpful too, in your baby's nose. If symptoms last more than a few days, make appointment to see the baby's doctor. ...Read more
Children have green snot, drainage, congestion, sneezing, watery eyes. High pollen count. Is this allergies or cold?
I'm having sinus problems but its not allergies I know no itchy watery eyes no sneezing but just symptoms of sinusitis but nothing is found why?
Be more specific: What do you mean by sinusitis symptoms? If you meant a headache then it may not necessarily be from sinus problem. Just this morning I saw a patient who complained of having sinus infections about 9x/year. On further questioning, what she described was actually migraines and not sinus infections. ...Read more
My son has seasonal allergy started this year. He has sneezing, itchy and watery eyes. I tried zyretec and zadiator but nothing helping for watery eye?
See allergist, eyemd: Your son will need an evaluation by an eye doctor as well as possibly an allergist. The eye exam will confirm the severity and nature of the allergy, look for other factors that may be worsening the condition for the eyes, and to rule out problems that simulate allergy. Zaditor (ketotifen) and zyrtec are two of the best otc meds for allergy. Once allergy is confirmed, the allergist can do further testing. ...Read more
Sounds like a cold: This is pretty typical as the early signs of a URI in an infant. As long as they stay on their regular pattern of activities including feeding & rest, this can be monitored. If the infants playful activities decline, feeding drops off & or they have obvious breathing difficulty, an evaluation is warrented. ...Read more
Discuss with doctor: No one medication is best- depends on other medical conditions as well. Try zyrtec (cetrizine) 10 mg or Claritin (loratidine) 10mg. Add decongestant as well: sudafed 30-60mg. Avoid Benadryl (diphenhydramine) as it causes sleepiness zaditor is a good otc eye drop for the eye itching. ...Read more
OTC or Rx?: Over the counter oral antihistamines (claritin, zyrtec, allegra) or antihistamine eyedrops are good options. Prescription nasal antihistamine sprays (e.g. Patanase, astelin) are great at nasal and eye symtptom relief too. Prescription nasal steroids are first line for allergic rhinitis as well. ...Read more
What to do if I have runny nose, watery eyes and sneezing when my body gets too tired and is deprived of sleep. What is it?
Prevention: An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Try to avoid getting too tired and sleep deprived. But if it occurs, treat the symptoms as best you can. An OTC antihistamine, like Zyrtec (cetirizine) would help the nose, and sneezing, and there are several OTC products to help the eyes. ...Read more
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