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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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Allergy drops are more commonly used in Europe than in the United States. The allergy drop method is currently being investigated particularly for...
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... Young babies in day care or preschool can get colds around 3 to 10 times per year, with each cold lasting up to 2 or 3 weeks, which may feel like...
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Before making any recommendations, I would really need some additional information about your daughter and the medications she is using. ...It is...
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Typically, the recommendation for dust mite and pet allergy is decreasing exposure. For dust mites, this would include washing the sheets in hot...
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If you've taken all necessary measures to lighten your child's allergy load, and you're still greeted with sneezes, wheezes, and stuffy noses each...
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Avoiding pets is important for children with allergies. The child may be allergic to a protein found in the saliva, dander, or urine of the animal...
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WebMD allergy consultant Paul Enright, MD, an Arizona-based pulmonologist, tells WebMD that it's important to keep kids with childhood allergies...
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WebMD allergy consultant Paul Enright, MD, an Arizona-based pulmonologist, says it's important for children with allergies to avoid pollen when...
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