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... What is the chances of the steroid getting into the blood stream? ... (0 replies)
... Hmm. I know of several creams that can help..but I don't know how safe they are to use around the eye area. Cutivate is a moderately strong steroid cream, and if you REALLY can't control things...there is also the strongest steroid cream called Psorcon which is excellent at clearing things up. ... (3 replies)
... d recommend using the homeopathic remedy Apis in a 6 or 30c potency. Let it dissolve under your tongue and take three tablets at ten minutes intervals until the reaction has subsided. If it is working you can then take more at 30 minutes or hourly intervals. ... (8 replies)

... g. The first ones she did on my forearm was negative. Then she did the second challenge where they inject allergens under the skin on the upper arm. There was no reaction on that one, at least not right away. I had a delayed reaction where I woke up the next morning and three spots on my arm were really itching and swollen. ... (23 replies)
... Hi again, she uses Symbicort but not every day because she said she would rather use her albuterol which she has used for years because she is used to it. She as well as myself, is unsure what all is in the Symbicort thus she hesitates to use it every day, even though it really helps her all day long. If she just uses the albuterol, she has to use it 2-3 times daily (1 puff)... (7 replies)
... is only a steroid. FLovent is one that is only the steroid. Advair is a combo drug that also has a stimulant with the steroid. And actually, over time, the reaction to albuterol goes away. I've been asthmatic for 15 years and use albuterol 3 or so times a week to premedicate for jogging. ... (7 replies)
... She is 5 now, and developed this reaction when she was 2. ... (1 replies)
... One standard approach to stop swelling of the sinuses, or within the lungs, BEFORE it happens, is to take synthetic steroid sinus sprays FOR LIFE. These, fairly safe, synthetic steroid sinus sprays, when first invented, were a huge breakthrough for allergy sufferers. ... (16 replies)
... My thought was that allergic reaction to poison ivy, mangos, etc. would be treated like an allergic reaction which causes excema. My son itches has bumps and it gets crusty too. It worked for me!!!! ... (24 replies)
New to allergies
May 4, 2004
... which I guess gets on my face when it gets blown by the air. I'm not sure if this reaction is caused by the allergy or the steroid I used for 5 days... ... (2 replies)
... but I still am not certain that has anything to do with my stuffy nose. I would think that the steroid nasal sprays would have helped as well as the singulair if the nasal swelling was actually due to an allergy don't you think? ... (23 replies)
... I think give the Singulair a fair chance...for sure a month to see if it helps. The process of allergy, reaction etc is a tricky one and has a very long memory. ... (23 replies)
... I know how frustrating it can be. I just got over an allergic reaction to Imodium AD. It was real frightening. I broke out in red welts and hives all over my body. My lip started to swell. I am sure my throat was next. ... (7 replies)
... Hi Meredith! Sorry to hear you are having such a time with itching . Do you get hives or welts or is your skin just intensely itchy? Are you still taking that cough syrup or were you prescribed another without codeine? Angioedema (a form of allergic reaction) could trigger the swelling of your hands and feet but as to determining the cause, that might take a little more... (5 replies)
... I need some major advice here. My 4 year old son had an allergic reaction to Omnicef last friday. He broke out with hives from his head to his toes. The hives on his feet and hands made them swell. So much so that he refused to walk. ... (2 replies)
... I have had allergies all my life and at age 41 they morphed to asthma, too. At 50 I had to go on a steroid maintenance inhaler but everything keeps getting worse. The doctors say that the sinus issues cause the asthma. ... (2 replies)
... did okay for a couple of days and then broke out in hives again. They were awful... on the palms of my hands, in between my fingers and just every where. Got a steroid shot and took zyrtec and singulair every day till it went away. Stopped taking any abx for that infection. ... (10 replies)
... That sound about where it is. So he has given me some stronger antibiotics specifically for URI's and he's also given me a steroid inhaler. ... (13 replies)
... OTC steroid creams really do not work well, try to get the ointment form. ... (3 replies)
... nd antihistamines won't touch that rash. If I wear the non powdered, my hands perspire in the glove, and that causes a rash. Those allergic reactions require a steroid cream, which I hate using, and usually don't. ... (11 replies)


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