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 Is it possible to be allergic to cigarette smoke?
Tonite I went to a restaurant where smoking was allowed. I got violently ill within the hour. I have had this issue for as long as I can remember. I can't deal with 2nd hand smoke and vomit ...

 Why am I throwing up food that I ate 2 days ago?
I had a steak, cheese, and mushroom sub on Monday evening. On Wednesday evening, I was throwing up, and I could see all the mushrooms, totally undigested. What does this mean? I also had diarrhea ...

 Is it possible to be allergic to my boyfriend?
We've been together for two years now and every time we get close like when kissing or something, everywhere he touches me turns BRIGHT red and I get hives...mostly on my face and neck so its ...

 I have sore throat, head ache, runny nose, sore muscles and the chills?
What do i have?...

 I'm Coeliac, is it ok for me to kiss non-Coeliac boys at parties?
I don't have extreme reactions but traces of gluten can make me feel quite bloated and nauseous, would a boy who isn't restricted to a gluten free diet have enough gluten in or around their ...

 Does inhaling steam help allergy symptons?
like a swelled ...

 How is high fructose corn syrup good for you?
Please help. I can not find the answer any where....

 effect of contact with people who eat food i'm allergic to?
i'm have coeliac disease which is an auto-immune disease .. i'm wondering what happens when my skin contacts the skin of someone who eats wheat and gluten (which obviously i have to avoid ...

 i have been suffering from sinusitis for 2 yrs..i need a pemanent solution for my prob..?
i have tried all sorta medicines..but in vain:( no effect..now a days whenever i get cold i take cetrizine tablet wich gives a relief for 2 to 3 days..then again cold..wat shall i do??is t k to have ...

 how do u unplug ur nose when u have a cold?
plzz ...

 Why do I get allergic to alcohol?
I get allergic to alcohol and not sure why? I have been a social drinker for years and only now when I drink wine, drink some beers and spirits will I get wattery itchy eyes and continue to sneeze. ...

 I think a fly went up my nose and I have a headache?
A small fly was around my nose, I think it went up there and now I have a head ache? What could it be? I don't know if it did fly up my nose cos I think I saw it fly away but I seem to have a ...

 my eyes are pink but they don't itch.?
do you think it's pink eye?...

 What does it mean when you can't swallow certain foods-they make you gag? Is that an allergic reaction?
I have this problem with tomatoes, beets, wheat bread, bananas, & yogurt. Why?...

 hives!! help! please answer!?
so im 14, and iv never gotten hives before. so i dont know what was the cause of them but they grew after i went to the movies and as i got home, i a horrible itch started growing on my back and i ...

 I am having an allergic reaction? quick answer now please!!?
I just put a face mask on and i have taken it off.... my face is all red!!! How do i stop it burnin coz i have had it before when i tried another one, its sore :-( xx help???...

 Help! My allergies are taking over my life!?
I am 14 years old and I think I am allergic to dust!! LOL! I am moving to a bigger house in like 2 days!!! And the ppl who lived in it before us were complete slobs! They didnt dust anything!!!! T...

 Has any one ever had a really bad throat condition?
Could you tell me about it, and what happened? What was the diagnosis, and what did you do? How long did you have it?...

 what allergy do i have?
well i have this puffy rash on my neck and i didnt change anything in my diet except i have painted my ...

 Every night I am woke up by a stuffed up nose..what can I take?
When I go to bed at nite I am woke up by a stuffed up nose, don't know what to take over the counter..any suggestions?...

Why is my eye so red?
I just got out of the shower, and my left eye is reallly red. only half of it though? is this bad? what does it mean?

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Top 10 causes of red eye

Red, bloodshot eyes -- although usually painless -- are not exactly attractive. Redness occurs when blood vessels near the surface of the eye become enlarged and dilated. If you have red eye, it is important to find out why. Red eyes have several causes. Sometimes the cause of a red eye is of little concern, but it can also be a sign of a medical emergency. It is always best to seek the advice of a medical professional.

1. Allergic Conjunctivitis

Conjunctivitis, or pink eye, is an inflammation or infection of the clear, protective layer that coats the front part of the eye. Conjunctivitis can be caused by allergies, bacteria, viruses, or toxic substances.

2. Uveitis

Uveitis is an inflammation of the eye's uvea. It can cause redness, pain, blurry vision, floaters and light sensitivity. Uveitis should be treated quickly because other complications, such as uveitic glaucoma or retinal and choriodal scarring, may occur if it lingers.

3. Dry Eye

Human tears function to lubricate, nourish and protect the surface of the eye. When the tears are not of good quality or quantity, the surface of the eye becomes dry. Chronic dryness causes the surface of the eye to become inflamed and blood vessels to dilate as a result, causing increased redness.

4. Blepharitis

Blepharitis is a chronic infection and inflammation of the eyelid and eyelashes. Blepharitis may be caused by poor eyelid hygiene. Other causes include oily eyelid glands, allergic reactions, bacterial infections, or lice on the eyelashes.

5. Acute Angle-Closure Glaucoma

Unlike most types of glaucoma, acute angle-closure glaucoma causes several recognizable signs, including painful redness that usually occurs in one eye. Acute angle-closure glaucoma is a serious medical emergency and must be treated immediately.

6. Subconjunctival Hemmorage

A subconjunctival hemmorage is caused by a blood vessel that bursts. When broken, these vessels bleed and spread out underneath the conjunctiva, the clear coating on the surface of the eye. It can be caused by hard sneezing, coughing, intense straining, vomiting, trauma, high blood pressure, diabetes and sometimes from certain blood disorder problems.

7. Injury

When an eye suffers and injury, the blood vessels enlarge and dilate to bring cells to heal and repair the injury. This will cause redness.

8. Corneal Ulcer or Infection

The cornea is the clear, dome-like structure that helps the eye achieve clear vision. The cornea has no blood vessels of its own. When the cornea becomes infected, however, surrounding blood vessels enlarge, bringing immune system cells to help fight the infection. This redness is very easy to see.

9. Contact Lens Wear

In some individuals, wearing contact lenses every day (or for extended periods of time) can cause the eyes to appear red. Some people develop contact lens-induced dry eyes, which makes it difficult to wear contact lenses comfortably. In others, merely having a foreign body, such as a contact lens, in the eye causes redness.

10. Frequent Use of Eye Drops

Constant use of one of the widely available "get the red out" eye drops can cause dilation of the eyes' blood vessels. After the effect of the eye drop wears off, the blood vessels sometimes dilate larger, causing the eyes to appear even more bloodshot.

the warm water i get the same thing its no big deal!

Is it irritated red or is it like bloody red?
you might of popped a vessel, and you'd have to go to the Dr.

give it a while, you might've irritated it a little with some cleaning products, it should go away, if it's not gone by tomorrow or isn't at least dying down go see a doctor.

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