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Remedies For Allergic Salute
Time: And treatment of the cause, rhinitis, see an allergist if you have access to one or an ENT, the crease itself will take time to fade after the symptoms are controlled and no more salutes, a dermatologist though can tell what to apply to help the area of hyper-pigmentation, good luck ...Read more
I was told that I have allergic rehinities . Is there any permanent treatment for that and is this could big problem in future ?
3 levels: 1. Avoidance - if it is possible to limit exposure to what you are allergic to that is the place to start -> works best for animals and dust. 2. Medical - antihistamines (benadryl, allegra, Claritin are common ones), intranasal steroids (flonase, Nasonex (mometasone) or similar) and variations of these 3. Immunotherapy - "allergy shots" or similar. ...Read more
Meds or Shots: If allergies are casuing repeated episodes of sinusitis... Get the allergies treated with antihistamines or nasal steroids. Immunotherapy (shots) may also be very beneficial in treating allergies which may reduce the number of sinus infections you get. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is a really effective treatment for allergic rinhitis? Is thete any pill that eases symptoms right away?
Yes and yes: The most effective treatment for allergic rhinitis is nasal steroid sprays such as flonase, qnasl, nasonex, veramyst, rhinocort, etc. They do take a few days at least to reach peak effectiveness. The medications that will work the quickest are the antihistamine pill such as zyrtec (cetirizine), Claritin (loratadine), Allegra (fexofenadine), etc. Avoid Benadryl (diphenhydramine) due to drowsy side effects. ...Read more
Many: (1)stop smoking and avoiding exposure to smoke or air pollutants (2)Avoiding the allergens (if identified) (3)Determine the cause for the cough-post-nasal drips, asthma, sinusitis etc. But if you need to consult your doctor re. whether the problem is indeed allergic in the first place, ...Read more
Steroid Creams: The best treatment is prevention. Avoidance of sun exposure (cover skin, hats, umbrellas, sun screen, etc) or avoid the associated chemical. Once you have the rash, a topical corticosteroid should help. Otc 1% Hydrocortisone with an oral antihistamine (if itching) would be good for starters. If this doesn't help see your primary care physician. Avoid steroid pills or injections if possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Allergy treatment: Ideally you should be tested to find out what you are allergic to. Once you know what you are allergic to, you should undertake environmental control of your environment. You can also undergo a desensitization program as well as taking antihistamines for your rhinitis and bronchodilators for your asthma ...Read more
First generation: Antihistamines are effective due to their anticholinergic (drying) effect. The most popular is diphenhydramine. Unfortunately these medications are poorly tolerated due to their side effect of lethargy. Another class of medications you can try are topical nasal antihistamines. Azelastine has been shown in clinical trials to be effective for non-allergic rhinitis. This must be prescribed. ...Read more
Allergic reactions: Allergic reactions come about when a particle or substance gets your immune system to react. This causes your body to produce hitamine from blood cells and often there is a reaction between your immunoglobins and the offending agent that will result in variou swelling and redness. Treatment for most acute allergic reaction includes and antihitamine and often a steroid. ...Read more
I asked about treatment for BV because I have had sllergic reactions to boyh oral and topical treatments. Do I have any other options?
Bacterial Vaginosis: Bacterial vaginosis is treated with oral Metronidazole or oral Clindamycin for 7 days. I suspect that if you are having a bone fide allergic reaction that you could be premedicated with Prednisone and or benadryl (diphenhydramine). Allergic reactions can be life threatening consider seeing an allergist. ...Read more
Multiple options: Clearly it depends on the allergens in question. First step us environmental control measures such as dust mite covers, pet dander avoidance, mold abatement and keeping windows closed seasonally. Next is medication options including daily antihistamine oral medication as well as nasal antihistamines and nasal steroids. If still symptomatic consider allergy desensitization either injections or wh. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on reaction: Amoxicillin is a type of penicilin if you have allergic reaction like rash , itching, hives and unexpected swelling of face, lips, tongue.Headaches take 50 mgm of Benadryl (diphenhydramine) and it can be repeated every 4 hours and see your doctor asap.Severe reaction may need short corse of corticosteroids diarrhea and abdominal pain are not due to allergy. ...Read more
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