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... I have a Perfume allergy and Im currently on Singuliar,Flonase and Claritin. They dont help the perfume allergy. I think its more a chemical sensitivity. Is there any treatment out there for chemical sensitivitys??? This is making it very hard to function because almost everyone wears perfume. (15 replies)
... tivities. Allergies come from living matter that the body mistakes for a viral invasion. These allergens include pollen, dust mite and dander among other things. Sensitivity to smoke is slightly different. The body does not attack it, but becomes irritated by it. I am sensitive to smoke and certain materials like paint. ... (15 replies)
Second Hand Smoke
Aug 19, 2004
... hand smoke that exists in the US, existed in the rest of the world, especially England. ... (10 replies)

Second Hand Smoke
Aug 19, 2004
... hand smoke above all else. I speak up and tell parents off in public for smoking around children. ... (10 replies)
... that explains the cold air and cigarette smoke sensitivity. ... (3 replies)
Cat allergies
Mar 23, 2011
... So, when you were exposed to the kitten, slowly over time, you became desensitized to it. Many smokers are shocked that they are allergic to cigarette smoke when they quit smoking. Same situation. So now that the cat is no longer there, your sensitivity has returned. It is very logical. ... (2 replies)
Food Allergy?
Jul 9, 2007
... Another thought would be smoke inhalation allergic response. Is there alot of smoking in the restaurants? ... (4 replies)
... I also have sensitivities to cigarette smoke, cooking smoke, and perfumes. ... (5 replies)
... even when I was in Lowes garden center I had to leave because of the irritation. The sensitivity seems to be in my throat and chest. Smoky, burny feeling. Breathing seems to be fine though. ... (6 replies)

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