• Why do food allergies exist?

    Best answer: you need to ask god this question, i have food allergies and rnilk is one of thern but i find if i take claritin and benadryl every day i dont react, but i dont recornrnend it cause just cause it works for rne dont rnean it'll work for everyone else
    Best answer: you need to ask god this question, i have food allergies and rnilk is one of thern but i find if i take claritin and benadryl every day i dont react, but i dont recornrnend it cause just cause it works for rne dont rnean it'll work for everyone else
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • When to go to the ER for allergies?

    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Would you take prednisone if you had an allergic reaction rash from antibiotics?

    I got an allergic reaction rash from antibiotics. I stoped taking them 5 days ago but the rash is still all over my body and the doctors want to give me prednisone now. Would you take it ?
    I got an allergic reaction rash from antibiotics. I stoped taking them 5 days ago but the rash is still all over my body and the doctors want to give me prednisone now. Would you take it ?
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • Sneezing 6-7 times every minute is this normal?

    Lately (as in just now) I have been sneezing a lot and it’s really annoying help me please
    Lately (as in just now) I have been sneezing a lot and it’s really annoying help me please
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Am I allergic to gluten or wheat?

    Best answer: Who knows? Stop eating it for a few days and see if the symptoms persist. We all occasionally get headaches.
    Best answer: Who knows? Stop eating it for a few days and see if the symptoms persist. We all occasionally get headaches.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • My allergist told me Nasacort is safer then Afrin. Is that true? Doesn't Nasacort have cortisone/steroid ?

    Best answer: Different risks. Overuse of Afrin and similar products can produce an extreme "rebound effect", with lots of inflammation. That's not fun. That won't happen with a steroid product, like Nasacort. The amount of steroid is too small to have a system-wide action on your body. The risk with a... show more
    Best answer: Different risks.

    Overuse of Afrin and similar products can produce an extreme "rebound effect", with lots of inflammation. That's not fun.

    That won't happen with a steroid product, like Nasacort. The amount of steroid is too small to have a system-wide action on your body. The risk with a steroid spray is that it may suppress your nasal immune system response, making it somewhat more likely that you'll contract a cold or flu.

    Choice of product depends on what you're exposed to, and what risks you find acceptable.
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Itchy after sex?

    Best answer: Talk with your gynecologist? Use a non laytex condom next time to see if that helps. I have no idea what's wrong but i hope you figure it out
    Best answer: Talk with your gynecologist? Use a non laytex condom next time to see if that helps. I have no idea what's wrong but i hope you figure it out
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is being gay just having an allergy to pussy?

    Best answer: I can't believe someone would be upset with me for not liking some ugly sardine smelling Venus fly trap and would kill me over it. So barbaric many heterosexuals are mainly the men. Mad at me for not liking the smell of sardines. I wouldn't want them either if they are uncircumcised. It's no reason... show more
    Best answer: I can't believe someone would be upset with me for not liking some ugly sardine smelling Venus fly trap and would kill me over it. So barbaric many heterosexuals are mainly the men. Mad at me for not liking the smell of sardines. I wouldn't want them either if they are uncircumcised. It's no reason anyone should care about what I like. To answer your question.,no. It's more to being gay then just what you are sexually attracted to.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Does getting an allergy test hurt?

    I have to have an allergy test in a week and im really scared😬 what would you suggest to make it a less traumatic experience as im a bit of a wuss when it comes to things like this 😆
    I have to have an allergy test in a week and im really scared😬 what would you suggest to make it a less traumatic experience as im a bit of a wuss when it comes to things like this 😆
    7 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • What should you be able to feel on your throat (thyroid)?

    So I know people say, if you feel a lump on your neck, that’s either a nodule or cancer or whatever. But isn’t it normal to feel like some bumps if you really press on that place? It sure can’t just be flat and smooth or am I wrong?
    So I know people say, if you feel a lump on your neck, that’s either a nodule or cancer or whatever. But isn’t it normal to feel like some bumps if you really press on that place? It sure can’t just be flat and smooth or am I wrong?
    5 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Why does chocolate milk make me sick? Is it an allergy?

    From the time I was 5 years old, I would always vomit right after drinking chocolate milk. I still can’t drink it to this day. White milk doesn’t cause this, just chocolate milk. I can also eat chocolate without any problems. That’s why I’m thinking it could be something in the chocolate syrup. Any thoughts?
    From the time I was 5 years old, I would always vomit right after drinking chocolate milk. I still can’t drink it to this day. White milk doesn’t cause this, just chocolate milk. I can also eat chocolate without any problems. That’s why I’m thinking it could be something in the chocolate syrup. Any thoughts?
    6 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Super bad allergy symptoms interfering with day?

    Best answer: It takes about 30 days for your body to react fully to a new medication. So don't completely write off your new meds just yet, give them time to work. A cold does not stop at night, you are right. I recommend going to your doctor, you may have something more than allergies, ike asthma or another lung... show more
    Best answer: It takes about 30 days for your body to react fully to a new medication. So don't completely write off your new meds just yet, give them time to work.
    A cold does not stop at night, you are right.
    I recommend going to your doctor, you may have something more than allergies, ike asthma or another lung issue. Even if its just weird allergies, your doctor can go over what over the counter medications would work best with you, and when its time to upgrade to a prescription one.
    4 answers · 1 month ago
  • As someone with severe allergies to cashews, almonds and pistachios, how safe are walnuts and pecans for me?

    Best answer: This question is so very important because nut and legume (peanut) allergies can bring on some of the most serious allergic reactions ever. So please take this seriously and ask this question of your GP or allergy doctor. I can tell you from my own experiences that if you have allergies on an anaphylactic level... show more
    Best answer: This question is so very important because nut and legume (peanut) allergies can bring on some of the most serious allergic reactions ever. So please take this seriously and ask this question of your GP or allergy doctor. I can tell you from my own experiences that if you have allergies on an anaphylactic level (life threatening), carrying an epi pen and Benadryl will be very important to you. I've had cross contamination reactions from foods you would never think have nuts in them as well as second hand reactions from kissing someone who had eaten a handful of pistachios (landed me in the ER for IV steroids). The truth is that you can never be too sure or too safe when it comes to allergies. So get yourself tested if you haven't already done so. Take care.
    4 answers · 1 month ago