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Excessive phlegm.
I had this problem. I now take digestive enzymes with my meals, avoid anything white...pasta, rice, potatoes,...More
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Excessive phlegm
I have a problem with anything white - that is pasta, rice, potatoes, most breads, sugar, etc...all carbs! I...More
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Reply: Non-steroidal equivalent to Nasonex?
Hi my partner has been using nasonex for the last 5yrs he has had little to no side effect from it try using...More
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Throat Blocked in Morning
I woke up today with mucus blocking my throat. I could barely breathe. I have had a bad cough for two weeks...More
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Reply: Share Allergy and Health Background
I have no idea what I'm allergic to, or even if it is an allergy, but I don't mind sharing information...More
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Unknown *Possible* Allergy
Hi, my name is Nicole, and I've been sick with herpes virus 5 (Cytomegalovirus) and 6 (Chronic Fatigue)...More
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Reply: Sore, itch, watery eyes
This slideshow on taking on eye allergies has a lot of information on avoiding triggers as well as...More
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Reply: Itchy legs
I had this same issue and found it was caused by a diary allergy. Who would think consuming dairy would...More
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Reply: Itching all over body without obvious rash or caus...
I have been experiencing sporadic itching of the whole of my body for more than 10 years. I have told this to...More
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Reply: Chronic hives
I have suffered from chronic urticaria for 15 years. I have tried all the antihistamines...doxepin zyzal...More
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my 15 year chronic urticaria journey and autoimmun...
I have suffered from chronic urticaria for 15 years. I have tried all the antihistamines and xolair...which...More
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chronic hives weakness
have a chronic hives now for 2 weeks, and now its fading away.. TIPS:::::: 1. DONT WASH THE AFFECTED AREA...More
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Reply: Chronic Phlegm in Throat
My husband suffers the same symptoms as you. He has had lung surgery on both lungs and before this...More
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Reply: Are my swollen lips an allergy?
Have you found out more about this? I just experienced the swelling after eating parmesan and I'm assuming...More
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Reply: Itching all over after diarrhea, acid reflux
One final note, I have not used a new soap or shampoo. As far as I can tell, it's not food related. I used...More
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Reply: Allergic to tomato
This was posted 5 years ago. At age 50 I became allergic to tomotoes. In the live test with my allergist I...More
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Baker's Yeast Allergy??
Help! My 10 year old daughter was just diagnosed with an allergy to baker's yeast. Does anyone have...More
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Reply: Asthma: What to do when medication only helps a li...
Hi It sounds like you need to spend some time with your doctor trying to figure out what is going on. Has you...More
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Reply: bad reaction after allergy testing
I think you should put calamine on your face, and if it stays the same after more than a week go to the...More
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Reply: What do you do when you have too many allergies?
I have been a vegetarian for 4 years now and i have a lot of food allergies such as wheat, gluten, dairy,...More
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Reply: Salt Lamps
Hello sgtwifey, i we are using 3 Himalayan Salt Lamps in our home and i really found that they are awesome for...More
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Reply: PATM
HI did you find anything to stop others from scratching around you??? i need help ASAP thankuMore
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Itching all over
Hi, I too itch all over. It is not a constant thing. It happens mostly when I get in bed at night. I have no...More
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Reply: Hives, Anaphylaxis, Fatigue, Abdominal Pain...can ...
Hello Taylor, Wow, somebody else with similar symptoms that I've been suffering from, minus the swollen lips...More
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Reply: Struggling with whether to start 5 year old son on...
Hi Christine, I'm currently doing some research on this. My son, whom is 7 years old, is currently going...More
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Reply: My allergy shot caught a nerve help
Hi Jay, I know this is extremely uncomfortable as I started this discussion, but there really is nothing the...More
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Reply: People cough a lot around me (years like this)
Hi Judy789, May I get your email address? I need talk to you about the kundalini syndrome. I wanna learn some...More
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Reply: Red, itchy, swollen eye lids HELP!!
Hi Ladies I have been reading your post My eyes have been extremely red swollen and itchy now for three...More
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Pet allergies
I grew up around cats and dogs, but was forced to leave my pets with my grandparents for a few years...More
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