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 Aside from an allergic reason..Why are you ''afraid'' of bees?
You see folks just 'freaking' out when a bee hovers around them...which seems pointless because that increases the chances of being stung.Which is irritating but not harmful unless one has ...


 Pink EYE??
well it started yesterday my left eye was watering a little then today i woke up with gunk in my eye but its not pink and only the corner of my eye itches by my nose... not the whole eye so whats is ...


 I have bad allergies, I think..?
Every year about this time, my eyes start to itch like crazy, along with my ears and throat. But mostly my eyes. It drives me insane beacuse eye drops make it worse! I also get sneeze attacks. Why? I...


 Do you have severe reactions to mosquitoes & other insects?
Everywhere I get bit I break out in huge welts about an inch across, and even after 800mg of Benadryl I itch like crazy. Look like I've been in a hornets' nest.

Are there any ...


 is it possible for someone to have an allergy to hot water?
as i know someone who says they have they said after 10 mins in hot water they come out in a itchy rash is this true or are they maiking up stories?...


 If you are lactose and tolerant what kinds of cheese can you have?
I have just discovered that I am lactose and tolerant and my mom found out that people that can't have dairy are able to eat gouda cheese. Is that true? Are there other cheeses that people can ...


 Do you need to wear a medic alert bracelet if you're allergic to penecillin?
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 What can I give my 1 yr old if he's allergic to diary? How will he get calcium?
My husband has this allergy too, but its not just dairy hes allergic to. He can drink fresh milk from a farm that has not gone through the homogenizing and pasteurizing process. These processes ...


 I don't remember anyone having peanut allergies growing up, now i hear it all the time. Why the increase?
I grew up in the 1980's for the record....


 I have dandraf .i been use lot of anti dandraf shampo.but stiil i'm suffering this thing. how could i reduse ?
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 Major sinus problem...help please?
I don't remember the last time I was able to breathe out of my nose. I've taken every allergy medicine out there. I went to a ENT doctor and he gave me Xyzal...he said it was the best one ...


 Help asap please!!!!Gluten free and casein free?
I am trying to put my son on the "AUTISM DIET" but I have a problem being that he only drinks milk he really doesn't eat any real food and I need a milk like product does any one know??...


 itching in the throat is it an allergy or acidity?
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 Does Hay fever Ever Go Away ?
Okay so I have hay fever and have suffered with it for as long as I can remember. Im 14 now.

Will I have it for the rest of my life ?
Do I stop being allergic to it with age ?... If ...


 i havent eaten for 4 or 5 days is there something wrong with me?
im not every hungry every time i bring food to my mouth i just end up putting it ...


 I've got a question about allergiesÂż?
This time of year is really bad for me and it always has been. I wake up with a sore throat. I'm always congested, if i work out doors i can't stop sneezing. I was wondering if anyone else ...


 are you allergic to anything?
are you allergic to anything? im allergic to benedryl, doctors always laugh because i got a allergic reaction to something that was sapposed to help my allergies. =)...


 What medicine should I use to treat my son's allergy?
Nothing works. He is almost 5 years old. He has itchiy nose and eyes. I have tried Children's Benadryl, Claritin, and Reactine (Zyrtec) Is the American Zyrtec the same as the Canadian Reactine?...


 Do you ever get bloody noses?
I get them all the time and im just wondering but how do you no if its a problem??...


 I'm allergic to dark chocolate, does white chocolate have the same ingredients?and could I eat it?
I don't know if it is the coco in the dark chocolate or what, I don't like nor drink coco, so could it be the coco that I am allergic too?...



cstoa10
My whole family has allergies/asthma.I've heard all my life that moving out west(US) cures them.Is that true?
If it is and you could point me to some information about moving out west to cure allergies/asthma I would really appreciate it
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Maybe I wasn't specific enough, I think the states I've heard about are all high elevations and dry climate like Colorado Arizona Montana. Maybe those are considered mid-west instead of west.
                      









danno4x4
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It really depends on what you are allergic to, I have lived in various places in my life, California, Texas and Arizona mostly, and it seems that no matter where I go, I always end up having allergies at some point or another. Could just be that my body takes a year or too to become familiar enough with whats in the air to become allergic to it.

Asthma may be a different story though. I am currently living in the Phoenix area and the amount of dust and particulates in the air causes problems for many people. As a matter of fact according to the local news station, Phoenix has not met the EPAs minimum compliance levels for dust size particulates since 1979.

So, while there may be fewer allergens in the air which cause your particular reactions, the dust particulates may cause other asthma problems.


Dallas M
It depends on where you move. We have very few allergies in west texas. That's mostly because we have very few living plants.

But hey, no spring fever right?


Frank
Allergies are caused by you being sensitized to various things. That means that you must be exposed to such things before the allergy develops. Moving out West (Arizona) reduces the number of allergens in the air but doesn't totally remove them and furthermore opens the door to new allergens...cactus pollens or various other plants. You may even find new allergens there that cause more problems. I am from Pennsylvania and lived in San Diego for over a year...I had more problems in San Diego (desert like country) than in Pennsylvania. Asthma might benefit but depending on the cause.


advicemom
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oh please! it doesn't for everyone, at least. i had just a bit of allergies (mostly to dust) when I lived in NY, and when I moved to CA, I was suddenly allergic to everything! During the spring, I will have sneezing fits that last for over a minute. I am miserable and Benadryl is my best friend, drowsy or not! If you are allergy prone, you can develop allergies to just about anything, given time.


kristeena911
ive taken allergy medications forever it seems. 2 years ago i moved to arizona. i was able to go from 14 different pills a day to 4. my allergies dont act up here at all. i wish i had known this a lot sooner in life. more plusses to moving out west... not a mosquito in sight, no hurricanes, and no tornadoes. try to move near a body of water, you will have a huge appreciation for water in the summer. i live on the colorado river, i love it here. i'll try to find you some more info on the subject and add it to my answer.


swarr2001
You won't have the same allergies there, but believe me, you will develop new ones.


Tigger
It depends on what you're allergic to. I've got a few friends that live in the mid west who can't travel east without getting ill. And then there are people (like me) who are going to sneeze a lot no matter what.


ed
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Arizona. Dry.

Saved my Nephew's lfe. He's still there. 50 years.


Go_Know_Thyself
Nope... It's a wives tale. If you want to ease the symptoms of asthma

Learn to speak you mind! no matter (and especially) if it pisses people off.

Take Mullen, cranberry, pine oil, bergamot, clary sage or chamomile tea's and an increase of B6 vitamin. Both are good for lungs.


GeminiGirl
I've heard that too. I don't know if it's true, but I live in the mid-west and when I took a trip to Vegas I had no problems. The minute I stepped off the plane back home it was misery with the allergies. Good luck in your search for relief!


kaylora
It used to be thought that if you moved into the desert regions of SW U.S.A., you would be removed from the bombardment of allergens. So, many people moved there. But when they got there, they grew weary of the scenery. They introduced irrigation. Grass grew, trees grew, flowers grew and bloomed. Cities grew to enormous size, and pollution has become a real problem. Now, it's as bad as anywhere else.
The best place you can go to escape allergens is actually the coast. If you can live where there are fresh ocean breezes, you will be breathing cleaner air than what you find in "The West."


tay_jen1
man really? i am there then!


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