Help! I'm allergic to so many things!?

I am allergic to at least somethingn every season and am constantly stuffed up and get sore throats. Most of the medicines either don't help or make me sick in some way (Allegra made me have cramps so bad I couldn't hardly walk, for example). I don't really need complete relief, but the sore throats really hinder me. Does anybody know of anything that can help a sore throat except lots of throat drops?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    First, I'm not a doctor but I do have severe, year-round respiratory allergies as do both of my children.

    If Allegra isn't working, talk with your doctor about alternatives: Zyrtec, Clarinex or even some of the older RX drugs. Or, try the over the counter loratidine.

    Since your symptoms are mostly nasal, you might also do well with an inhaled steroid.

    If you wish to avoid meds altogether, try hot teas to sooth the throat, vitamin C drops (with echinacea if you can tolerate it), and use a cool mist humidifier at night. Also switch your AC filters to a type that helps with pollen/molds, cover your bed/pillows with plastic, remove carpets if possible, shower and change clothes when you come in for the day (your bring pollens inside with you).

    Best of luck!

  • 1 decade ago

    i find that if i take a deconjestant before i goto bed it helps with the sore throat. but i get a sore throat because my head drains downmy throat during the night and Im still stuffed up so i breath through my mouth. maybe give that a try

  • 1 decade ago


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  • 1 decade ago

    An allergist told me to take Claritin tablets which contain 10 mg micronized loratadine, an antihistamine, to be administered orally. I found this to work best... Walmart has a knock off which contains the same amount of loratadine which works just as well...

    Good Luck...


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  • 1 decade ago

    you go to a store(I would chose dollar general) and find where they keep the medicine and find a bottle that's looks like a spray bottle and it say Sore Throat Spray.

    From my experience it should work

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