I used to have dogs and never had an allergy problem. Five years later when I bought my own puppy I started suffering common allergy symptoms such as runny nose, sneezing, itchy nose/eyes/throat, hives, and nasal congestion. I don’t plan on giving him away, and I also don’t want to have to keep buying over the counter allergy products that aren’t usually covered by insurance. What is the best long term allergy medicine?
I have had a really bad allergy “attack” for the last 2 weeks. I have tried Allegra and Claritin, and my nose is still stuffed up to the point where I can barely breathe, my eyes are still watering, and my nose is continually running. It’s gross!! And my husband is a light sleeper and isn’t getting much sleep when I’m constantly waking up in the middle of the night blowing my nose. What can I take that works asap that I can get over the counter? —Posted by Mac
I have an allergy to perfumes, colognes. I try to avoid going to stores where people are wearing them, but still have to leave my home. So many people wear tons of perfume and it makes me really sick. Is there such a thing as allergy shots I can get for a fragrance allergy ?
Im not sure if its an allergy or what, but every few hours a day, I get that sensation and sometimes (Not always) start coughing a lot, and then it completely disappears.
I have no idea what is causing it either, it just comes on randomly.
I had an allergy test in 3rd grade and just been on allergy meds now and none have been working for the past 3 years. I am now 23 and going in to get testing again and hopefully shots as well. I was wondering how soon after doing the scratch test they give you your first shot. I can’t find any details on it. I just cant wait to spend an hour in a room with a dog and not look like I am high and sneezing.