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 Are long-hair cats worse for allergies than short-hair? How about males vs females?
I've read contradictory articles. Anyone have first hand knowledge about cats and allergies?...

 Something wrong with my nostrils??
well for the past few weeks, my nostrils have been in little pain, but its a bad feeling for me,and it feels like there is alot of very dried boogers in both of my nostrils, so i wet the inside of my ...

 I dont know if i have allergies or if its different please help.?
my symptoms. my eyelid is red and sort of swollen, it is itchy with dry and peely skin. a red area on my neck formed and is icthy along with the whole front of my neck....

 What is the best allergy medicine?

 What do u take for ur allergies??????????
my allergies r really bad and i cant take it anmore...i have tired clartin and it didtn work..no wis another that works????????? please help me..my eyes get wtaery and runny nose.....sometimes i have ...

 I just finished eating fish, and im itchy all over, is this an allergy ,what can i do 2 make it stop?

 My sinuses?
ok my nose is always stopped up and every time i blow my nose i get snotted up again my dad said i may need my adenoids removed. I was wondering do they put you to sleep how do they get them out does ...

 Anyone know what happens to dust after its dusted away?

 What to do about my nasal spray's side effects?
i recently came down with allergies and used nasal spray to treat this , though it seems to be working well , it has a disgusting side effect of decreasing your blood-cell count leading to fatigue ,...

 How do i get rid of the black colour on my neck?

 What do people do if they are allergic to water?
How do they wash themselves, or drink water?...

 Common signs of an allergic reaction?

 What ilness causes fatigue,sore throat,mouth sores,headaches,off and on fevers,swollen gums,& no appetite?
It started off as a cough and then as the days progressed i became tired,my throat started to hurt,i have no appetite,i get these off and on fevers and chills,as well as off and on headaches.Now my ...

 Rash from dairy?
My two year old has never shown any signs of an allergy to dairy when he eats it (gas, stomach ache, diarrhea, etc) But when he gets a dairy product on his skin, he gets a red rash from it. (You ...

 Itchy after eating an apple?
Whenever I eat an apple, the roof of my mouth and throat feel itchy for a few minutes or so. Why is that? Am I allergic to them?
Additional Details
I eat apples in apple pie and dont ...

 Whats the quickest way to get rid of running nose?pls is killing me here?

 Why is my nose always stuffed?
Since about 6th grade my nose has been chronically stuffed. I've seen a doctor about it, and they gave me some medicated nosespray called Nasonex. It works ok (not entirely effective), but it...

 Could this be allergies?
my head feels heavy and i am always tired and i am slightly queezy. I am also congested at times. These symptoms have been consistant for about a week now. Does this sound like allergies?...

 How does snot come down your nose?

 How can i get hid of a runny nose quick (cold)?
i need some home ...

Johnny K
How can I find out what I am allergic to??
I've never been allergic to anything, but within the past few months something has been bothering me like crazy.

I just can't figure out what it is...Sometimes I'm just sitting in class and I get welts on my wrists or legs...other times my lips swell up for no apparent reason. The breakouts happen and the strangest times and they are driving me crazy. I don't have a doctor right now and really don't feel like waiting in the clinic's waiting room for an eternity...can someone help me figure out what it could possibly be?

The clinic is the last resort.

www. Drop Your Allergies .com
A simple, Medical Insurance covered IgE Blood Draw / Test via your Primary Care Dr. will TELL you if you are Allergic to:

>> Environmentals / Inhalants i.e. animal, Insect, Tree, Weed Mold etc.

>> FOODs Immediate and Delayed FOOD allergy.

Environmentals can be Neutralized via Prime Dr prescribed Under-the-Tongue ImmunoTherapy DROPs.

FOOD is addressed via DIET.

The FOOD Blood LAB will give your a diet Plan based on YOUR FOOD Allergy Test result.

Ok, usually when you were born the doctor would tell your parents. So my advise would be to ask your parents or ask your parents to bring you to a doctor since you have no doctor yet. Hope it helps!

call your family clineic and set up an appointment for and allergy test.

Paul B
Go to your family doctor and get a referal to an allergist. Most allergy tests involve you lying on your side and getting poked in the back by needles, then they wait and if any reaction occurs they can find out what it is that you are allergic too. There are other tests too, not sure how they work though.

Medicine Woman
You need to see an allergist for allergy testing. When I went they poked my upper arms with 10 different things at a time and waited a short time for a reaction. Then they would poke it 10 more time with other things that cause most allergy reactions and wait about 10 minutes again. then 10 more times, you get the picture. All together I had 101 tests done over a 2 day period but I had food allergies too.Most people don't get tested for the food allergies.It doesn't really hurt because the needle just has to be barely under your skin. They will be able to tell you what you are allergic to the same day you get the test done. Sure helped me to know what to avoid. Good luck.

The easiest way to find out what you are allergic to is to go on a Ketogenic diet, also known as an elimination diet. The most popular is the Atkins diet. If you only eat meat and fresh greens for a week, then add in eggs, then fish, then dairy products, you will find what causes the anti-Histamine reaction you are describing. This can be internal, something you ate (it can be ANYTHING, milk, almonds, chocolate, oranges and citrus fruit, wheat, yeast...not just additives and colours.) this goes thru your system, and takes a while to get into your blood, where antibodies identify it as 'enemy' and attack it. This is the Histamine reaction, and causes the welts. Because of the lips swelling, I favour this internal theory. It is possibly a surface reaction, something you touch or is in the air. Cats have antibodies in their saliva and this cause many people grief, but is harmless to most. I live with a couple of cats, and some people just come near me in the street, or stand at my door and start to sneeze. Contact, surface reactions tend to be more instant, it happens when you come into contact. Food allergies are much more 'disconnected' to anything.
(Not a doctor, a podiatrist...we do a lot of dermo, and listen to a lot of old people telling us about their illnesses.)PS, many find their allergies manifest at puberty or just after when the hormones settle.

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