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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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Reply: Low overall IG-G, chronic hives, food allergies/in...
So about 4 years ago, I started experiencing hives all over my body, for about 9 months I dealt with it....More
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I have serious allergy issues when visiting Reno a...
I would like to be able to visit Nevada without feeling miserable. Here is what happens, within 12 hours...More
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100 Favorite Allergen-Free Recipes
Allergen-free does not mean flavor-free! The world has an abundance of herbs, spices, fruits, vegetables,...More
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Reply: People are allergic to me (PATM)
I went through this for a few years and it made me miserable and I thought there was no hope. I went to see...More
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Reply: The Beginning
What About Apple Pie: Say It Ain't So! Apple pie, apple sauce, fruit gummies, multi vitamins, fruit...More
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Reply: Itchy leg and foot
I think, it was due to eating excess of and yellow and could be green also... I stopped having...More
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Reply: People cough a lot around me (years like this)
some people cough to get your attention other cough to show they are tougher then you. What you are doing...More
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I can eat all dairy products except icecream, whic...
I have tried yoghurt, milk, various cheeses and butter all with no ill effect but when I eat icecream my...More
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Reply: Possible to stop becoming allergic to different me...
Hi, Could you describe your symptoms? Have you discussed them in detail with your doctor? Naproxen and...More
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Weird Rash
So I was gardening today, ripping out weeds in my backyard and a little while later I got this rash. It doesn't...More
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Food allergy smart phone app
I came across the ShopSmart App. It could be helpful for those of us with food allergies. It's not available...More
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Reply: Propylene Glycol Allergy - NEED HEARTBURN OTC OR P...
I've been using Nexium granules. not as effective as what I was using, but it doesn't contain PG
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Reply: How to Live with a Propylene Glycol allergy?
I have not been able to find your group either. There seems to be one from Australia, but it seems to be...More
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Reply: Chronic hives
I wish this theory of yours was true. I have been an avid water drinker my entire life. When my chronic...More
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Frustrated and about to lose hope!!!
Hello anyone reading this that deals with Chronic hives. I've used WebMD and health boards for years...More
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Reply: Chronic Phlegm in Throat
I have same problem i use an inhailer so itll open ur passage way .n i take zurtec 2 day .i tske allergy...More
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Reoccurring itching without a rash
Ive had this reoccurring itchiness without any form of rash since August 2012. Just after I recovered from...More
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Reply: What is causing Chronic Uticaria and constant Anal...
I am really sorry for what you are going thru and to have seen a doctor who was of no help. What did you...More
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Reply: Tree Nut Allergy Question
It could, if he touched the nut and then put his hands in his mouth. It also could be a delayed onset...More
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Swollem lips
Regarding the swollen lip discussion,I have read the posts with great interest as I sit here trying to...More
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Reply: Can anaphylaxis reactions be caused by illness or ...
I came upon your post as I am researching almost identical problem; I'm in my 50's and suddenly getting...More
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Would Putting Bedding in Cold Garage Kill Dust Mit...
I've noticed I've been getting worse and worse nasal issues while sleeping as it's been a while since I dry...More
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Reply: Can't drink milk/protein shakes but can eat ice cr...
I can drink milk but not cheese... somethings wrong I NEED HELP. More
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Reply: Seasonal itch on back, neck and shoulders with no ...
Hello there...First, I all, sorry---I feel your pain. Literally. I was just paging through google attempting...More
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Reply: Are my swollen lips an allergy?
I had this happen around three times a few years ago and it would happen when I was working at the business I...More
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If you could combine the advantages of a Neti-Pot ...
ClearNasal is a combo device (the neti-pot for its gravitational sinus rinse and a positive pressure bottle)...More
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Reply: Excess phlegm
Have you been to see an ENT doctor about these symptoms? He/She would be best able to help diagnose what is...More
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Reply: Are Bacteriostatic Products Safe to Breath?
I haven't found much information out there either; however, I dont trust that all of those chemicals...More
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