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Itchy Ears And Eyes
Have a runny and stuffy nose, eyes itchy, ears hurt, and sneezing. Thinking its allergies as the pollen count is very high. Advice to help? Natural?
I've have a runny,stuffy nose,itchy eyes,ear fulness,sinus pressure & mucus that ranges from white, to light yellow & tired.What's going on? Remedies?
Allergies: The symptoms described are most consistent with an allergy. Based on the info provided it is hard to say what to. Best remedy is to avoid whatever it is that you are allergic to. Outside of that nasal irrigation with a Neti pot or other device is helpful as are antihistamine medications like diphenhydramine, loratadine, and cetirizine. ...Read more
What could be causing me to have watery mouth, sore throat, puffy bags arounds eyes, itchy ears, light headache. Should i take allergy meds or cold?
Both possible: Try allergy meds. Sounds like you may be on the right track. Good luck. ...Read more
Allergic reaction to dogs or aleve meds ? Puffy eyes, watery eyes, itchy ears and throat, nausea, dizzy, lost of appetite, weak,
Highly individual: issues determined by history, mind, brain & body responses & remain largely beyond any precise understanding despite lots of tests promoted as possibly useful. Most treatments of any use aim at suppressing some body responses/symptoms. Careful of marketing. Focus on underlying underly issues, basic priciples: http://goo.gl/k6mQK9. Medicine=low-tech; humans=Hi-Tech. Consider: http://goo.gl/cv2kz2 ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have itchy watery eyes, clear drainage in nose, draining itchy ears, cough, itchy sore throat, any ideas what this could be?
Hi, i'm 34 weeks pregnant and have severe allergy symptoms sneezing, itchy ears and throat, runny nose and eyes, which medicine is good for me?
Allergic & pregnant: The less medication used in pregnancy, the better, most people agree. However, late in pregnancy, category B antihistamines like Benadryl (diphenhydramine) and Zyrtec are generally safe for mother and baby. Nasalcrom spray is especially safe, as long as one is not allergic to it, which is RARE, but it is not very strong. Nasal steroid sprays Nasacort/Flonase are usually fine, because not much is used--all these OTC ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer