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Allergies???
Jul 11, 2019
... I moved from Ohio to California in early February. And I had some allergy problems during the spring time in Ohio. But starting late June, I was hit with a wirlwind of things. ... (7 replies)
... s for your reply! I know not to expect immunotherapy to work right away, but it's good to hear it helped you over time. I did look into tmjd as a matter of fact, and I'm going to not rule it out, but set it aside for right now. ... (2 replies)
... Allergies and mucus use up a lot of body fluids, and then when you add an antihistamine on top, it can really dry you out. ... (3 replies)

... be a sinus infection. THis happenened to me too, but it also showed a permantly enlarged turbinate. I had to beg the ENT to go into my sinuses during surgery, and he was shocked to see all the "gunk" up there. But non of it was infection, which is why it didn't show on the CT scan. ... (10 replies)
... Hi Rafael02, I have very bad experience with mucus and PND. I still haven't found a med that totally work for me. Btw, what are you allergic to? ... (4 replies)
... There are mucus membranes in the throat. Throat Allergies can result in swelling, inflammation, discomfort, and excessive mucus in the throat, similar to what happens with sinus allergies. ... (1 replies)
... I've had severe allergies all my life so a lot of what is true for me is not often true for others. That said, I have always had a lot of trouble with my ears when I go to the mountains. ... (2 replies)
... I've been suffering with chronic lung mucus and chronic throat clearing for many years and am DESPERATE to solve this riddle. ... (3 replies)
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... If I do have allergies, is it guaranteed that I would have thick mucus in my sinuses causing the pressure? ... (10 replies)
Hives and coughing
Feb 26, 2010
... exposes body to all sort of infections and allergies. Your symptoms sounds like a sinus infection or inflammation due to nasal allergy which may be the cause of your nasal back drip and hives. ... (13 replies)
... help rinse away the mucus. It may not cure the problem but neither do meds and you've read my take on them. ... (29 replies)
... If the turbinates in your nose are swollen, then you probably have allergies. Not everyone with allergies has a runny nose. When allergies are really bad, the mucus gets quite thick. ... (10 replies)
... t, call the doctor back. An antihistamine in combination with sudafed would probably help as well. Holding a warm, damp cloth up to your ear will help thin the mucus and get it moving more quickly. A nurse told me that once and I have found it helpful. ... (8 replies)
... I don't much think allergies and colds are the same? ... (2 replies)
... I have all the same problems that others have listed after eating. No matter what I eat I start coughing and have mucus in my throat after I eat. I do not have heartburn and no food allergies that I know of. I cough and gag so much it hurts my chest, back, and arms sometimes. ... (4 replies)
... Generally speaking, the blood test is best for food allergies and the scratch test for environmental allergies. I'm assuming you went to a PCP not an allergist or ENT which I would do for a real determination. ... (5 replies)
... hen I eat or drink I literally am inhaling the substances, almost like to get the greatest enjoyment out of it. What I do to help prevent this is, chewing slowly and getting the flavors out while I'm chewing, then telling myself to swallow the food as if it has no taste. You need to focus swallowing the food. ... (4 replies)
... You'll probably find that the underlying cause of your symptoms is an airbourne allergy and as it has lasted persistantly for a year now, you probably have perennial rhinitis,for example an allergy to mould or dust. ... (17 replies)
... I have allergies and went through about a 7 year period where I got bronchitis at least once a year. I would cough up tons of phlegm and it would linger for about a month. Never had fever or any other symptoms, so I think it was asthma all along. ... (5 replies)




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