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Or....you are Jewish. An allergy solely to pork would be uncommon, but basically a human can have allergies or food intolerances (not an allergic...
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This should be fine. I have done this myself during bad allergy seasons. And I would need to switch at times between Claritin, Zyrtec or...
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if your allergies are making you develop fluid in your lungs then there is a possibility of pneumonia because pneumonia is when the fluid...
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It depends on the severity of your allergic reaction. For instance, someone who may be allergic to bees should not just get stung again to see what...
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Zyrtec lasts 24 hours, so usually Benadryl is not needed. It is safe to give it at night (even if he is on Zyrtec) but this first-generation...
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This would be highly unlikely. It is the ingestion of shellfish in an allergic person that is the real culprit. Just having shellfish present in the...
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Hi Well they say they do, but this would only be floating dander, any thing on the carpets or furniture that would stay there, is the clean air thing...
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Hi, Do you know if you grind your teeth during the night, all your symptoms look as though they point to that problem.How do I know, I do the very...
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Medicare Part B generally covers diagnostic tests and outpatient care, which should include allergy testing and treatment.
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An EpiPen can be used for an anaphylactic, allergic reaction caused by anything. If the person is having difficulty breathing, generalized hives, etc...
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If your medical provider has prescribed penicillin for a bacterial infection, then yes. If YOU are self-prescribing penicillin for your...
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I have had the same problem and found i am allergic to grass. I just take an over the counter allergy medicine.
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I'm sorry to hear this elderly lady is going through this.The symptom you describe is worth at least a call to the patient's primary care...
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Yes. It should not be a problem. There are not egg or nut substances in this vaccine.
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I had a similar problem.  Gingivitis was partly the cause and my jaw bone has been getting "thinner" for several years so a dental...
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