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... I have found that my allergies are much worse if I am tired or am stressed for some reason. ... (10 replies)
... I have noticed that I am not the only person who is allergic to printer ink together with all my other allergies. ... (0 replies)
... I have tried everything to deal with my allergies to printer ink and paper. Nothing worked! ... (10 replies)

... Thank you. How will blood pressure medication help allergies? I know nothing about that. (14 replies)
... I also am highly sensitive/ allergic to chemicals and have found that the allergy injections have helped a LOT. I moved from one place to another and when I moved here, some fool doctor misdiagnosed my allergies. For a long time, I could not walk into a fabric store or be near perfume, new rugs and the like. Went back to my original allergist and he was FURIOUS as the... (14 replies)
... Have you tried acupuncture as well as allergy injections. I have HORRIBLE allergies and the injections have helped a great deal and so has acupuncture. Good luck! ... (14 replies)
... OMG. I finally found someone with the same problems as myself. I have lost 65 pounds because of it. Now I have food allergies I never had before! Can't eat anything or be around anything. Paper, ink, perfume, soap, deoderant, hair spray,candles, trees. Anything. ... (14 replies)
... I'm suffering from allergies too but not really sure the exact what kind of. ... (3 replies)
... fficult to find this information online, but I'm just wondering that my sensitivity to foods and medicines and whatever else might make me more susceptible to an ink allergy. Any thoughts? ... (0 replies)
... I met with my daughters school yesterday and they came up with tons of great ideas for us. I wasn't expecting any of us would know how to help her avoid the ink since no one has dealt with it but the school nurse was great. ... (2 replies)
... I just can't seem to get any ideas of what I can do. The dermatologist and allergist like to tell me to have her "avoid" these things. Do they realize this ink is everywhere? ... (2 replies)
... what about paper or ink in paperback novels..? ... (4 replies)
Allergies to paper
Apr 20, 2006
... Hi Michelle, My Mom has to read the newspaper with the newspaper lying on the dining room table. If she handles the newspaper too much, she breaks out in a rash. So you could be allergic to the ink, toner, ECT. :) (4 replies)
Allergies to paper
Apr 20, 2006
... Could you be allergic to printer ink or copier toner? ... (4 replies)
... Could the book, or the book's ink, or the slight smoke from the candles, be contributing to your heart beating problems? I agree with you. Doctors want an easy answer to their patient's problems. If a doctor can blame the patient's ailment on the patient, by saying that the patient's problems are caused by child rearing, or stress, or tension, or anxiety, then the... (8 replies)
... thats what i tested positive for, dustmites and dust, how often does this happen to you? was it continuos for weeks?lib (16 replies)
... to reduce the inner ear swelling. Took 2 weeks for the world to return to competely normal. Went to my allergy Dr and he tested me for environmental allergies and that was it alright. Now I recognize the early warning signs and when I feel that I quickly take Dramamine. ... (16 replies)
... and make some phone calls. I wish that I could get shots for my horrible ink sensitivity. Ink is everywhere. I have alot more sensitivities but if I could just decrease the ink problem I would be much more functional. ... (38 replies)
... I have been fighting with extreme sensitivities for decades. I had allergies for years, but after suffering from a long term infection, I became ultra sensitive to many MANY things, some of them quite innocuous. ... (38 replies)
Doxepin!
Jan 16, 2011
... c reactions, like hyperventilating over a printer running out of ink. While my husband was replacing the cartridge. Because one day the printer might run out of ink when he wasn't there. ... (10 replies)


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