It is recommended for allergy like scabies....Bt dont take it without consulting.
There are no known health issues associated with sleeping under a box fan. If the area is dusty however, it can cause allergy problems.
Avoidance and allergy shots are typically recommended by people who only know about 'western medicine' solutions that are presented by MD's.For allergy elimination, I have personal experience with the BioSET allergy elimination protocol. It uses a combination of energetic desensitization, detoxification and enzyme therapy. You can get more information at www.bioset.net.
It is not recommended for a person to take Aleve (naproxen) if they have an allergy to another NSAID like Apsirin. It is important to see a doctor before using similar drugs. In general if a person has an allergy to one drug, they have a much higher risk of the same allergy to similar drugs.
depends on what kind of otc..sleeping pills,allergy pills,some cold pills etc..no u can't do!!
There is no evidence, but it is recommended that you do not take piriton while pregnant, especially in the first three months.
Yes, if you are an allergy sufferer it is recommended to use daily disposable contact lenses such as 1- Day Acuvue or Focus Dailies. You do not need to clean them so you minimize the chance of added irritation.
Each one is different. They could be sleeping pills , allergy medication, pain killers, blood thinner, and lots of others.
A person with allergies is generally understood to have an immune system that over-reacts to normal and inocuous materials, such as pollen. The "allergy shot" is an injected solution containing a very dilute and small amount of these materials. The idea behind allergy shots is to continuously expose the immune system to very low levels of the material so that the immune system learns to "tolerate" the material and the person will stop having allergy symptoms. Generally the person will need to be on allergy shots for the rest of his/her life - without constant low-level stimulation, the immune system tends to lose its tolerance and the allergy symptoms return.
Uppers, Downers, Allergy Medication, Inhaler (he had severe asthma as a child) Sleeping Pills, Barbiturates, Demerol, all of which were prescribed by his Doctor.
Well, you could. If you have an allergy to their shedding fur, then its a good idea to watch out for long-hairs. But it is highly recommended to have an assistant when handling cats
Yes, most allergy treatment centers will do allergy testing for a variety of common allergens. In addition, doctors at the allergy center can also prescribe appropriate allergy medications for your daughter.