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Extreme Full Body Itch
Have you ever felt as though you wanted to use a cheese grater as a slip and slid? Well, I sure have, and it's...More
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Pancreatic Cancer
For about 2 months, my uncle was suffering from constant unexplained body itch, followed by trouble digesting...More
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Idiopathic urticaria and angioedema
I'm a 52 year old female who is experiencing idiopathic urticaria and angioedema for the third time in my...More
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Allergic to Wheat, milk, white potatoes, fish, por...
its looking like my choices are pretty limited. It's pretty confusing trying to figure out what I can with...More
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3 months of light headache and post nasal drip...
Hi all, Thanks for reading. 3 months ago I started to have a light headache in the forehead, a bit left...More
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heavy mucus help for you
Help for all of you suffering from heavy mucus/phlegm this!!! Please read this, it may help you and...More
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Diagnosed as allergic rhinitis, but worry if it’...
Family history: My sister & dad have rhinitis. My mom has chronic cough and her PCP said it's allergic...More
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Choosing a 2014-2015 flu vaccine
At least for me, it used to be that you went to a hospital every fall and got a flu shot. Well, it turns out...More
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Itchiness but no bumps of rashes?
For a few weeks, I have had an itch that has spread across my body. It started in my back, moved to my...More
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Facilal rash and eye irritation
For the past six months have had two episode of skin rash around the eyes with burning and itching on the...More
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