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Avoid outdoor exercise on dry, warm, windy days, which bring the highest pollen levels. "The wind blows pollen around for miles and miles,"...
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If efforts to avoid pollen are not enough to relieve your pollen allergy symptoms, you may need medication. Here are some of the different types of...
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Sun allergy, or photosensitivity, should incorporate the following precautions: Before you go outdoors, apply a sunscreen that has a sun...
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Shellfish allergy typically does not go away. There is extensive cross reactivity between all shellfish. An allergist can help sort this out and can...
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Although the measles vaccine is made using chick embryos, there is no evidence of increased reactions in people with an egg allergy. Therefore the...
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That medication should not affect the test results. I recommend calling the doctor's office if anyone has questions about what to stop for allergy...
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I do not know of a way to explain those symptoms in the context of your allergies. I would mention them to your primary care doctor so an...
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Typical childhood vaccines do not have peanut allergen in them. I am cautious with the flu vaccine for those that are egg allergic, but most of the...
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Everyone's response to the allergy vaccine is somewhat different as I have seen many patients be able to stop medications while others still need...
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The baby may have a cold, an ear infection, reflux, formula intolerance or possibly another condition. It's best to have her checked by the...
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Yes. There are no dangerous drug interactions between antihistamines for allergies and expectorants for a cough. You should always speak with your...
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Your doctor can determine if you are allergic to bee and wasp stings with a simple skin test, using purified, freeze-dried venom. However, only about...
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For most wasp or bee stings, minimal treatment such as a cold compress or ice pack, is sufficient. If you have multiple stings or a severe allergic...
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To relieve symptoms of allergic pink eye: Remove contact lenses, if you wear them. Place cold compresses on your eyes. Try nonprescription...
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Allergy-associated pink eye may disappear completely, either when the allergy is treated with antihistamines, or when the allergen is removed. Your...
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