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Hi Well it sounds like his nose is just very sore, try ice packing it.Try him on some antihistamine's these should help him, then he needs to be...
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You would need to ask your doctor....I have no way of knowing his/her rationale, but perhaps it was because he heard lung sounds that may be...
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Excessive calorie intake and lack of calorie-burning are the main causes of weight gain. Allergies per se, does not cause weight gain, but changes in...
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Hi Try these links there must be something that should help. http://health.thefuntimesguide.com/2010/08/clogged_ear.php The garlic ear drops, try...
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Sounds like you may have the beginning stage of a sty. Stys are normally found under the eye lid, or along the eye lash area. When I get a sty...
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In order to eliminate products that may be adversely affecting your daughter, she needs to continue with her current daily routine. I recommend that...
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I have read that you can become allergic to something any time during your life, so you make think you aren't allergic to anything but you are...
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Hi OK from reading around, it seems that its a very uncommon thing to be allergic to maple syrup.From others who's children are allergic to tree...
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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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