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Norethin 1 35e Allergy In Children
What is the difference between provera (medroxyprogesterone) 10 mg and norethin ACE? Can they be substituted with the other?
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
On Depo-Provera provera (medroxyprogesterone) and norethin ACE for a cyst -- why won't my period stop?
Bleeding on pill?: If you are bleeding while on depo-provera, it may be due to a thin lining of your uterus. Consider asking your gyn for a pelvic sonogram and check this. Maybe you need a little extra estrogen to make your lining thicken to stop the bleeding. Usually Estradiol 2 mg for only 10 days. It is easy and safe. ...Read more
I have lower stomach pain [sharper on the right side] 24hrs later lower back right side started to hurt. Period due next week n on Norethin-estra-fe?
R pain now back: Hi VWoodruff, please see your OB GYN or doc, I think you have a UTI that's starting and you will need some antibiotics. Thanks ...Read more
You have prepared the lunch meal for the children and you find out that one of the children has an allergy to?
Question unclear: If you are asking what to do if the kid is allergic to what you prepaired, the answer is simple, don't let s/he eat it. Prepare something else. If the child ate it and developed hives, benedryl may help some. It is advisable to know specific dietary problems in any child you watch & have a rapid action plan for any unexpected reactions. Kids can develop pbms to foods they have tolerated in the past. ...Read more
Kindly rephrase your: Question, don't really understand what you mean, thanks ...Read more
Not inherited: You don't inherit food allergies like you would eye color or other gene based features. You can inherit a tendency to allergies, which does have a genetic component. To become allergic to any food your body must first be exposed to it and have a quirky response to it at future times, but generally not at the initial encounter. ...Read more
Yes possible: 1 year olds can develop milk allergy. However, it is important to rule out other causes. Depending on what type of allergic reaction you think the milk is causing, there could be other contributing factors. Before eliminating a food from your child's diet, recommend seeing a specialist for proper diagnosis. ...Read more
Depends on symptoms:
We break this down into 2 types:
Localized reactions: contiguous with where the sting occurred (if on your arm and only your arm is swollen/itchy)
Systemic reactions: Multiple non-contiguous sites (your arm is stung and your leg is swollen) or other organs are involved (wheezing, throat swelling, hypotension etc.)
For systemic reactions or if you're not sure give Epinephrine immediately and 911 ...Read more
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Probably not: It depends on what allergic reactions your child have to whole milk. There are many ways that milk allergy can present, from mild to serious. It can affect the gut, skin, lung or can be life threatening. If it is a mild reaction like fussiness / gas, replace whole milk with partially hydrolyzed formula like enfamil gentlease. Otherwise, talk to an allergist or replace with rice, almond or soy milk. ...Read more
Dust mite: I presume you are talking about dust mite allergy. First you will not find dust mites outdoors or in very dry climate- they cannot thrive at under 50% RH or reproduce under 65% and will be killed by sunlight exposure. However if you have asthma, it is the asthma which must be controlled before contemplating any prolonged and strenuous activities. ...Read more
Yes: The latest opinion (& yet a very old opinion) is that protracted avoidance of a food more likely results in allergy than early exposure. Intermittent rather than routine exposure is also more likely to result in a food allergy. So the question is less 5 straight days of shellfish and more when was the last time shellfish was eaten. ...Read more
See a doctor: If you have symptoms consistent with food allergy, your doctor may wish to send you to a board certified allergist for further evaluation for food allergy. This may include allergy testing applied to the skin and/ or a blood test for specific ige to the food. Both have advantages and disadvantages. ...Read more
May Have To Give Up: You can try medication (antihistamines and/or steroid nose sprays), neti pot, wash the cat regularly to remove dander, clean and vacuum the house frequently to reduce the dander in the house, limit the range where the cat can roam in the house, ban the cat from areas you spend the most time (bedroom), etc. ...Read more
Yes: You can get a patch test by an allergist that can determine if you're allergic to different things. The most common is a nickel allergy. It can easily be diagnosed by just your history and skin reaction to the offending agent. ...Read more