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Salicylic acid can be caustic, burn the skin, and  cause allergic reactions. Salicylic acid is contained in many over the counter astringents...
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Hopefully your body responds positively to the treatment. Negative reactions may appear such as headaches and the temporary loss of bladder...
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Allergies are not something we are born with, but rather a sensitivity  that is acquired over time from repeated exposure. There is really...
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Yes, your symptoms could have been an allergic response. Not all allergic responses have breathing difficulties, but most will have some degree of...
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There are other options you could look into. First, have you seen a dietitian who deals with eating issues? Understanding what is behind your eating...
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I'm sorry you are having this issue.   Not sure what to tell you, but I do know that I cannot wear pierced earrings with nickle in them...
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Typically bowel changes from introducing a healthy diet result in gas and some bloating as fiber is increased. This typically goes away after the...
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Hi I just found this doing some research for you, and this is what I found on www.drugs.comWhat should I avoid while taking hydrochlorothiazide and...
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medwatch is the FDA system for recording adverse reactions when patients contact the program.  Very few report their reactions and when they do...
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Hi I would see your doctor, I think it sounds like you have an ulcer, well done its all this good life you have been having its now caught up with...
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Hi Here’s a couple of links that should help you, your find its ok as long as you don’t over do it with cinnamon, just like all herbs the is limits...
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Hi What type of test were they? and where were they?To answer just use the, answer this, above.
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Yes, it certainly sounds like an allergic reaction. Augmentin is derived from the Penicillin family. Penicillin is a notorious cause of allergic...
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Hi, Have read through this link from WebMD, it should help you to understand more about how it works.http://www.webmd.com/diet/news/20100428/eat-hot...
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