This does sound like an odd concern and I'm so sorry that you are going through all of this. While I wasn't able to find any information pertaining to this type of allergy, I did find an article on Asthma and Allergies Possible Link to Periods .
Your best bet would to definitely speak with your doctor in order to find a diagnosis, treatment and hopeful relief. You may also want to post your question in our Women's Health Community . Hopefully, the expert and members there can give you some more feedback.
Wishing for you to find an answer and fast relief! AmeliaView Thread
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I'm so sorry that you are having such awful symptoms and definitely encourage you to see your doctor about these concerns.
Mold can definitely cause allergy problems, asthma and respiratory problems to some who are exposed. A "black mold (Stachybotrys chartarum) is a slow-growing mold that grows only on wood, paper, and cotton. It's often called "toxic black mold," but the mold itself is not poisonous." This mold seems to be just another type of mold (fungus) that is potent and can result in allergic reactions and asthma as well.
Hope you finally got some rest and are doing better. Just wanted to offer you this WebMD/Medscape Drug Interaction Checker that helps to judge which drugs and foods can have negative interactions and should be avoided.
Even though this tool is very helpful, I encourage you to always speak with your medical professional before taking any medication that is not prescribed to you or you may have doubts about.
You should be very proud of yourself for considering your son and family's health before purchasing this hot tub. I highly recommend you speaking with his doctor/allergist about his/her thoughts on this addition to your home.
Here is an interesting short video on Hot Tub Disease and another article on Hot Tubs and Lung Problems . While things may have changed with manufacturing, I would still check them out and speak with your medical professional. Why take a chance with more lung problems for the whole family?
This would be a great thing for you to speak to your allergist about. Unfortunately, I was unable to find any health articles on this topic, but did find this older post that our expert answered, "I do not know of a way by which those food allergens would be present in seminal fluid, but there are individuals that are actually sensitive to seminal fluid proteins which can lead to allergic reactions."
Hope that your doctor will be able to give you even more on the subject and if so, please fill us in! Wishing you and your boyfriend the best.
I'm sorry to hear of this concern and hope that things get better. Here is a great Cat Allergy Overview for you to look over and see what things to avoid and tips to keeping reactions away.
Remember, that even cat-owning friends that you are around may carry the dander, though there cat is not with you all. I hope that you will speak to your doctor/allergist about your reactions and better ways of control. Best of luck!
I wanted to offer you the WebMD/Medscape Drug Interaction Checker to see if you found any negative interactions. You should always contact your doctor as well with these types of concerns and questions. He/she will know best according to your medications and medical history.