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Going crazy!
Aug 27, 2012
... This has been a HORRIBLE allergy season. I have had allergies since 1985 and have never suffered so much. My ears itch like crazy and the list goes on and on. In regards to your ears, you could have dry skin, which walks hand in hand with allergies. I bought some Cortisone cream and rubbed in and that helped. When it got really bad, I had the ear/nose and throat man... (1 replies)
Going crazy!
Aug 27, 2012
... I've been tested for common allergies by the doctor, but this came back negative. I do take a prescription antihistimine daily but find I need to take three of these throughout the day simply to keep my symptoms under control. ... (1 replies)
... If you can make an appointment with the allergist, but in the meantime, have your GP prescribe a prescription antihistimine and nosespray. ... (2 replies)

... A is the best OTC allergy eyedrop IMO. You can get prescription allergy eyedrops also. I use Patanol with great results. I also agree that maybe you should ask about a prescription antihistimine like allegra or zyrtec. ... (5 replies)
... i live in miami fl and go to school in los angeles ca. i dont think its mold or polen or anything because we have all of that here too. my mom thought it was dust but i have dust in cali too. Its either my pets, or my parents. i actually really am starting to think its some sort of nervous disorder caused by the stress i feel at my parents house (7 replies)
... Uncontrolled allergies can cause major problems. I would look into getting a prescription antihistimine and nosespray to use when you go home. Also, maybe get a HEPA air cleaner for your bedroom. You can at least make your bedroom dander free. ... (7 replies)
... I have had allergies pretty much all my life. I remember as a kid I was prescribed dimetabb when it was not sold OTC. Later I was prescribed hisminal (spelling?) but I believe that went off the market along with seldane. It seems that in the last few years I have tried many of these new prescription antihistimines (claritin, allegra, zyrtec) but I always seem to come back... (7 replies)
... acting prescription antihistimine. It's brand names are Atarax, Vistaril. ... (9 replies)
Bumps on my throat
Aug 14, 2001
... not severe enough to require a lot of antibiotics...but it is annoying and painful. I would make sure the doctor who said it's allergies has you on some sort of prescription antihistimine. I've had the best luck with Zyrtec. That usually doesn't stop all the dripping... ... (9 replies)
Afrin
Oct 1, 2011
... and it was available OTC, so no prescription was necessary. ... (3 replies)
... Thank you for providing that description and sharing your experiences. Speaking for myself, I don't know if I'd feel comfortable with this as an option for me. I have year round allergies (dust, mold, pollen, pet dander, cigarette/pipe/cigar smoke, scents/fragrances, various foods), but I only take one allergy med and as you know, a nasal spray and 2 inhalers. My GP... (6 replies)
... Talk to your doctor about taking an antihistimine on the days of your shots if you are not on them daily. Carry Benedryl with you 'just in case'. You may also want to have some cortizone cream handy. ... (6 replies)
... histamine. I didn't realize the method it was working through. It really bothers me that my GI doc put me on another antihistimine on top of all of my allergy meds. I'm going to ask my ENT about that as well. ... (5 replies)
... the antihistimine do a better job. ... (7 replies)
... and that quite working, i now take allegra and next time I go to dermatologist, i am going to see if there is something else. The longer you take an antihistimine it starts to lose it's power. ... (20 replies)
... A, etc.. If they don't help prescription ones are available. ... (2 replies)
... Some allergens will cause headaches. When I experience headaches I usually take an antihistimine like Bendaryl or my prescription. I take Allergra most of the time. Some times depending on the severity of the reaction nothing works. ... (6 replies)
... that was a waste. My lips and tongue also swell. I keep a good eye on this in the event I have to run to the Emergency Room. I have been on every antihistimine out there and they don't help. The Drs. have revised the manner in which I take the drugs many times, hoping to find the right combination to stop the hives. ... (10 replies)
... c I wasn't sure it was doing anything, and I felt miserable. It works best when combined with an antihistimine like Claritin etc.. ... (4 replies)
... An antihistimine eyedrop. Prescription ones are the best IMO. ... (5 replies)




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