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Flying + nut allergy: Domestic airlines are more likely to honor the following for nut allergic traveler: a passenger buffer zone around w/ nut allergies, so nuts will not be served; announce that passengers do not eat nut-containing foods; have nut-free meals. Other common safety measures include the caregiver of affected passenger wipes down tray tables, bringing their own food and avoiding use of airline pillows. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
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Varies: Allergy shots for cat allergy are usually moderately effective and in many individuals may be high effective. Many patients obtain complete remission from cat allergy symptoms while on shots. Once shots are discontinued some symptoms could redevelop over a period of several years. ...Read more
Skin care: In general requires good hydration for the body and the skin, the largest organ in our body. So plenty of fluids, rest and fresh air, as for the skin itself, try bathing with cream soap, pat don't smear your body dry, use a moisturizer right away while still in bathroom to trap the moisture when the skin is still wet, cut finger nails as short as you can, so as to avoid scratching while asleep ...Read more
Yes, but: You need to be evaluated by an allergist to know the type of exposure, and testing be made to assess your sensitivities,is it to the mouse epithelia, saliva or urine. The shots are available for the epithelium (dander) only, whether you are a candidate or not for immunotherapy (allergy shots) will be decided after full evaluation.If you have occupational exposure, wear protective gear,masks/gloves ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
?: Any of the 2nd generation less sedating antihistamines would do, can't tell which one would work in your case, but if it works, you need to take it regularly, read the labels carefully. You ultimately need to see your doctor / ophthalmologist as you mentioned dryness and redness too which can be something else other than just allergies, meanwhile use lubricant aye drops/artificial tears ...Read more
How to get tested for tattoo ink allergies?
Common allergy for people with rhinitis, dermatografism, urticaria?
See an allergist : For evaluation, check aaaai.org or acaai.org for an allergist in your area, good luck ...Read more
It can: But nothing works as well as it should until your thyroid levels are returned to normal with an appropriate dose of brand name T4 replacement. Check w/your doctor. ...Read more
Find clean fresh air: People who get asthma symptoms around airborne pollens, chemicals, and particles can aim for a career that takes them away from the things that bother them. Perhaps working in an field like marine biology, where the ocean air should be clean, and the seawater unchlorinated; or maybe studying the icepack in greenland or the environment in desert areas where fewer plants pollinate. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Why do some OTC allergy tablets work for some people but not for others? Which OTC allergy med works best in most people?
Good question!: It is not clear why some persons respond more favorably to some antihistamines and not others. There are theories, but still not completely known. In my experience zyrtec (cetirizine) works very well for most people. Also, the approved doses of antihistamines were determined based on the minimal effective dose for the majority of people. Some persons may just need a higher dose! ...Read more
Yes, they do.: Patients allergic to garlic often present skin rash (dermatitis), nasal symptoms (rhinitis), asthma, and hives (urticaria) after ingestion of garlic, contact with garlic, or exposure to garlic dust. Garlic-related anaphylaxis is rare. Most patients with spice allergy are adults rather than children. ...Read more
Caleb Treeze: Advertised as an amish remedy a "carefully balanced mixture of certified organic unfiltered raw apple cider vinegar, ginger juice and garlic juice. Special combination to achieve almost instant relief from acid reflux" it is not likely to be harmful except perhaps to your wallet. Only you will know if it helps. ...Read more
I believe a scent or preservative in Flonase , Nasonex, (mometasone) and Omnaris triggers migraines. Is Veramyst a good alternative to these ? Something else?
Yes: veramyst has a very fine mist that is well tolerated. If it causes migraines, just stick with nasal saline, like a netty pot ...Read more
When dealing with dandruff, what is a best solution for an OTC medicated shampoo, one with Salicylic Acid or Coal Tar? What are notable differences?
Varies: different people find different things work on regular dandruff. (You didn't mention selenium... one of the milder ones). OTC Salicylate AND/or COAL TAR are pretty harsh. generally we go with milder and work up. If there is eczema (red itching rash) elsewhere, an anti-inflammatory is a better direction to go. ...Read more
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