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Is it true your body makes changes, say allergies, menstrual cycle (associated symptoms etc) and or developments at certain ages?
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Dr. Joel Selter
Pediatrics - Allergy & Asthma
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In brief: Hormones and allergy
It is pretty common to see woman develop sino- nasal symptoms when they go on or off hrt, go through pregnancy or start getting their menses.
Additionally we often time see chronic urticaria in patients with positive antithyroid antibodies-ie- hashimoto's thyroiditis.

In brief: Hormones and allergy
It is pretty common to see woman develop sino- nasal symptoms when they go on or off hrt, go through pregnancy or start getting their menses.
Additionally we often time see chronic urticaria in patients with positive antithyroid antibodies-ie- hashimoto's thyroiditis.
Dr. Joel Selter
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Dr. Jack Mutnick
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Yes
We call it the allergic march.
I prefer the allergic marathon. Eczema tends to be 1st followed by asthma (which has a bimodal occurrence) followed lastly by onset of allergy symptoms. None of this is set in stone. And most definitely, hormonal fluctuations wreak havoc on allergy symptoms.

In brief: Yes
We call it the allergic march.
I prefer the allergic marathon. Eczema tends to be 1st followed by asthma (which has a bimodal occurrence) followed lastly by onset of allergy symptoms. None of this is set in stone. And most definitely, hormonal fluctuations wreak havoc on allergy symptoms.
Dr. Jack Mutnick
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