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I have never heard that before, and medically it does not make scientific sense. My answer would be NO.
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An allergic reaction is often sudden HIVES that are very pruritic (itchy). An amoxicillin side effect usually occurs near the end of the course of...
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A child can have a mild fever with inflammation, and allergies can certainly cause inflammation. It would be highly unlikely for an adult with a...
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Hi If its just peanut, he should be OK, but do check.Good Luck
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Hi, First thought could be from masturbating, if you use a tight grip and no oil? try just masturbating with a feather light grip and some baby...
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Thanks for checking in. You should definitely be concerned because if your husband sucks up mucus from his nostrils and the mucus gets into the lungs...
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There are literally hundreds of causes of vertigo. If your allergies are affecting your ear, namely your middle or inner ear, then it could cause...
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Hi It seems there are fewer allergy's with duck eggs, so the thing would be give it a go, but just one duck egg and see how it goes.Good...
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If a person is dog-allergic and spends a considerable amount of time in a home with dogs, it is likely that he will have an increase in his allergic...
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Hi I would get back to your doctor, the nauseous is something that needs reporting to your doctor, and the rest as well would not hurt.Do hope...
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It would be best to have your baby's pediatrician properly prescribe for her due to her very young age.  The list of allergy medicines that...
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I do not think that your attack by killer bees triggered your allergy and sinus problems. A long term effect of a bee attack for me would be death...
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Claritin....Zyrtec.....and Allegra are long-acting, non-sedating antihistamines. They are all compatible with Singulair.
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Finding the cause or causes of hives is VERY clinically difficult. There are no tests that would conclusively determine the specific cause. You can...
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It is never a great idea to "willy-nilly" take any type of over the counter medication. It is a doubly poor decision to take two...
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