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Is Egg Allergy A Symptom Of Normal 12 Mo
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
Is having consistent nightfalls and wetdreams 3 or 4 times a week.And the discharge is even transparent.Is it normal?I used a delaycreamlastmonth.Im18
Asked and answered: Your question has been repeatedly answered here. The answers have been graciously provided to you for free and have been accurate. It is very rude to keep asking the same question. Please move on or ask a different question. ...Read more
Is it normal for a 40 yr old woman to have fluctuating oral temp. Some days it is 99.5 and by evening it is is like 97.5? Present 4 months
Temperatures: Normally everybody has temperature fluctuation which relates to the diurnal steroid levels. Usually one has a low temp early in the am and this gradually increases to 99.5 late in the day. This may vary with other hormonal fluctuations, but the question is why are you doing this? These temps are normal. ...Read more
Short but normal: If it is regular and not too heavy then it would be considered normal pattern. ...Read more
At a 5w2d scan post ivf, the sac measured 8.5mm, which is almost 4 days behind according to my ob. Is this within normal variation for ivf?
Is a laten phase of 12 days normal or is it a sign of low progesterone also can a laten phase of 12 days cause a misccarrage?
Intermittent fever for a month. Comes at night, the highest it generally reached is 99.4. 97.7-98.7 is my normal range. CBC, thyroid, and mono neg. ?
What could be the cause of a low grade fever for almost 2 months? (99.4-99.8) my normal temp is around 97.8.
Temp elevation: We really would not consider this a fever, but it is certainly a change from your baseline. There are a number of possibilities - from a low grade infection, such as sinuses, pelvic, intraoral -to non-infection causes such as low grade inflammation somewhere or metabolic, such as mild hyperthyroid. You need a head to toe exam from both doctor and dentist. Write down anything else unusual recently. ...Read more
Is vaginaUS a sure way to assess there is no RPOC after 5 months of D&C if Hcg was 0, period 29-34 day cycle. Or there's a chance of some tissue left ?
Yes: Vaginal ultrasound and serum HCG levels are good ways to determine if you have retained products of conception after a D+C. In your case if the Hcg is negative, there is less of an indication for vaginal ultrasound unless you are having pain or abnormal bleeding. Usually the Hcg is positive if tissue remains. Hysteroscopy is another tool used if RPOC are suspected. ...Read more
Laws of genetics: When a woman with Down's Syndrome forms gametes (unfertilized eggs), all the chromosomes except #21 will split evenly. Since Down's Syndrome means three copies of chromosome 21 (by dehfinition), the chromosome cannot split "evenly" - half will have 1 copy (normal); the other half will have 2 copies (Down's syndrome carrier). These will pair with 1 copy (usually) of Chromosome 21 from the father. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
In 14th week of pregnancy rubella IgG antibodies is 52.10 . Is normal or needs some attention? My baby is affected or not?
Rubella IGG: This is good news. It means that you had rubella, aka german measles, in the past and are now immune to it and so cannot fall sick with it during your pregnancy. This is important since getting rubella while pregnant is dangerous for the growing baby. Best wishes for a very healthy baby. ...Read more
I have a consistent temp of 99.1 the last two days through the day. WBC is 7.6, platelet 428, CRP 0.2. 7 weeks postpartum. Is this worrisome?
At a 5w2d scan post ivf, the sac measured 8.5mm. I was told this is 4 days behind. Is this within normal range for an IVF or low enough to worry?
Wait and see: I would still be hopeful for now, but since we know the age of an ivf pregnancy very precisely, being more than 1-2 days behind on an early sono might be worrisome. That said, it could have been a slightly inaccurate measurement, so it could turn out ok. Things should be more definitive within 1-2 weeks. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What is the reason of high prolactine level?I had miscarriage 4months ago.And irregular periods now with a bit of discharge from one breast.What is the problem?
Is it possible: 4 days delay for periods because of passing an illness with fever up to 40 ℃ that month.
Period late: hello~ if I understand your question, you are asking if your period could be delayed by 4 days due to a recent illness with a fever that went to 40degC. The answer is YES an illness of any kind could delay your period. If your period was delayed by those few days and the flow was normal, ie; you had a normal period, with normal amount of blood loss, then you could not be pregnant.This is normal.tx ...Read more
For a girl 12 years old a high level of TSH 5.5 and normal T4 . Could she has a Thyroid problems or not? Or what that means?
Can be normal: usually tsh 0.4-4.0 normal can except up to tsh of 10 before treatment , could be side effects of meds or transient hormonal adjustment , if family his tory of thyroid or any giotor or thyroid lumps or night sweats of weight loss or dry brittle hair or feels weak/cold see endocrinologist other wise reapt in 2-3 months to see if stable ...Read more
No it is not normal: You should consult with your doctor, there can be several reasons for that it may be due to infection with viruses or bacteria or parasites like ameba or giardia it may be lactose intolerance inflammatory bowel disease malabsorption syndrome like celiac disease and others. ...Read more
Hives, swelling, etc: Symptoms of food allergy are the same regardless of the food - immediate (anaphylactic) hives around the mouth, 2 hours later all over. Swollen lips, tongue, face, eyelids. Expect nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, choking, coughing, difficulty breathing, sense of doom, lightheadedness, loss of consciousness. When not life-threatening as above, chronic exposure may exacerbate eczema. ...Read more
Very variable...: Eggs are one of the most common allergy-causing foods in children. Symptoms can occur minutes to a few hours after eating eggs or foods containing eggs. Signs and symptoms range from mild to severe skin rashes, hives, nasal inflammation, and vomiting or other digestive problems. Rarely, egg allergy can cause anaphylaxis — a life-threatening reaction. ...Read more
You may or may not: Cross react.Get a more detailed answer ›
Many options: Fruits, veggies and grains of course. Protein foods- he/she may eat meats. Their is no reason to not eat meats with egg/milk allergy. Can also try soy products such as soy milk and tofu. Also almonds and almond milk. Walnuts and beans are good protein sources. How was the egg/milk allergy diagnosis made? How severe is the allergy? Did u c an allergist? If so ask them about eating peanuts. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My girlfriend wants me to use mayonnaise as lubricant, but I have egg allergy. What do you advise?
Don't recommend: I would not want you to learn the hard way that you are allergic to turkey eggs as well. If you want to know see an allergist and be tested. ...Read more
My toddler was recently prescribed an epi pen jr for an egg allergy. It came with 2 pens. Should I carry both of them or only one?
Carry one.: It's very rare to need more than one, and for a toddler, one is a big dose. Make sure they gave you the "junior" size. And if you don't already have one, make a list of the symptoms that should make you think about using it - usually difficult/noisy breathing, swelling of tongue or throat, difficulty talking, wheezing, or persistent cough, but ask your doctor for any others. Carry that list too. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: Flu vaccine is produced in eggs. The last flu pandemics have taught us that the amount of egg protein in flu vaccines is negligible for most egg allergy patients; however desensitization or dose challenge is recommended for those with severe reactions as a precuationary measure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Blood or skin test: A serum blood test or a skin test may detect the presence of allergic antibodies against eggs. That alone, however, is not enough to diagnose egg allergy. Sometimes, a person may harbor the anti-egg antibodies and still enjoy eggs without a problem. The next step would be to correlate your symptoms upon egg exposure with the results of the allergy testing to arrive at the correct conclusion. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See an allergist: Many people with food allergies, especially egg, can tolerate it when it is cooked. This is because the cooking process denatures the proteins in the food. However, it is important to take food allergies very seriously and to be followed by an allergist. Also, make sure you have epinephrine products with you in case you ever have a severe food allergic reaction. ...Read more
Read lables: Food allergies vary from mild to life threatening. Most fall into the mild category with many vague effects on digestion or health. Specific food intolerance are best managed by educating yourself on what foods you should avoid.Processed foods may contain items you want to avoid, but the labels will list the contents. Various websites have lists you can download. ...Read more
If You Eat Eggs: Egg allergy can cause itching all over the body if you eat eggs of food with eggs in it. If you are avoiding eggs and egg containing foods then your itching is from another cause. Common causes of itching include dry skin, eczema (but you would have a rash), sometimes liver disease. If you are strictly avoiding eggs and the itching is not improving see your doctor for help. ...Read more
Different allergens: If you have already consumed chicken and tolerated it, then you should be able to continue eating it. Chicken and egg allergy are different proteins and most patients with egg allergy do not have chicken allergy. However, anyone can be allergic to or develop an allergy to any food so the best way to know is based on how you've tolerated it in the past. An allergist can help in the evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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