Is sneezing and watery eyes an allegic reaction to carbs?

Sneezing and watery . Hello, sneezing and tearing are symptoms an allergic reaction. This could be seasonal, contact, perennial or possibly food linked. If this is a minor problem, you could try an otc antihistamine and eye drops. If it is worse, see your doctor for other therapy and possibly testing.

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Why do I start sneezing and have watery eyes when I have an allergic reaction?

Defense. An allergic reaction is your body's attempt to clear itself of particles or substances which it percieves (sometimes inaccurately) to be a threat. Sneezing clears allergens from the nose and watery eyes flushes them away from the surface of the eye. Read more...

2 year old woke up fine, sneezing and watery eyes this afternoon, and by early night time felt very warm and had chills and tired. Came on fast, flu?

Maybe . . . Best to go to doctor in AM, assuming otherwise doing ok. But if any change in activity (granted it should be past his/her bedtime by now), then don't wait, just go immediately to ER. Of note, there are many viruses, of which influenza (the "flu") is just one. To be even more precise, there are many types of "flu". Biggest problem is that viruses don't respond to antibiotics. So always wash hands. Read more...

What can I give my 4month son for allergies watery eyes sneezing?

Allergy symptoms? Check with pediatrician to make sure you are really dealing with allergies in an infant and what the best dosing of allergy medication may be indicated. Read more...
Would not treat. Highly unlikely for a 4 month old to have environmental allergies. Environmental allergies normally require a couple of seasonal exposures to develop. This most likely is an upper respiratory infection, or a cold. No otc cold medications are recommended for children under the age of 6. Make sure there is nothing that could be a respiratory irritant to your child, such as cigarette smoke. Read more...

How can I help my baby who is sneezing has clear runny mucus and really watery eyes? She is 10 months old

Help her symptoms... You can make sure that she has adequate amounts of fluid to drink, that the atmosphere in her room is adequately humidified and that her nose is kept clear--using saline nose drops and a bulb to remove mucus. Cough/cold medications are not recommended at your child's age. Read more...
Steam and suction. For a child with a viral illness, keep them well hydrated, suction the nose frequently, and use nasal saline to help get more mucous out. Sometimes sitting in steam in the bathroom with the faucets on high will help. A little Vicks on the chest may help with nighttime congestion. If symptoms worsen, call your doctor. Read more...
Sneezy. Use saline nose drops.The question is what is causing her to sneeze. She may have a cold or she may have an allergy.If she sleeps with stuffy animals the y may be responsible for her sneezing. Using a vaporizer may also be helpful. Read more...
Let me help. Cold symptoms, i would keep her nose clean with suction(cup). Give her some advil (ibuprofen) for infant that will make comfortable and see how it go, if she better fine if not take to her doctor. Read more...

I took a Claritin (loratadine) this morning and 2 hours later no relief. Watery eyes, and that constant feeling I need to sneeze. Can I take anything else?

Nasal steroid. Nasal steroid is far more effective than antihistamine in relieving nasal symptoms but it does take a few days for it to give you optimal benefits. Nasal antihistamine , which requires a Rx, works much faster. If you don't get enough relief from both of the above, an allergy consult would be a good option. Read more...