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FULL BODY ALLERGY
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I think you should see an ENT. I suffered with sinus infections for many years, with nosebleeds, sinus pressure, daily headaches, facial pain...
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Without a fever, it's possible; but you really should be evaluated by your doctor. Three months is a long time to be going through this. Even...
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your allergies maybe got something to do w/ it mainly because it has a triggering factor before you experience it as you said especially when taking...
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go to the doctors and see what they have to say ! maybe its the gloves!
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Only YOUR body can cause an allergic reaction.  Your body is reacting to something it views as a threat or invader.  A bite can't cause...
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One or more of your tear ducts may be blocked. Call your Ophthalmologist right away before it turns into an infection.
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Boy, do I hear you -- because I have the same thing!Some people simply have a chronically runny nose. Usually, the fluid is clear and thin. This...
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This is a great question, and I'm glad you asked!Yes, indeed, you can develop allergies throughout your life. In fact, it's rare to...
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A bright, yellow nasal discharge does not automatically mean "sinusitis" or even indicate a bacterial infection. Mucous can become yellow...
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It is normal to have some morning accumulation of fluid or mucous-like substance in the corners of the eye. Thinner drainage, like tears, will drain...
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This is an interesting question, and I'm glad you asked it.In order to develop an allergy to a substance, you have to be exposed to it. In other...
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Yes, from my experience. Of course, the weather also in that city (both together) make a big difference.I lived near Chicago for one year and the...
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I'm sorry to hear you're going through this.My concern is that you don't have shingles at all. Normally, shingles isn't described as...
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That would not be likely. Yeast likes warm, dark, moist places, like the vagina or inside a diaper. The eyes and nose really doesn't have a...
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