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Allergy FAQs

Last Updated on Nov 04, 2016
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Frequently Asked Questions

1. Which specialist should I consult if I have an allergic reaction?

You can see a general physician or an allergist if you have an allergic reaction.
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2. Are allergies curable?

The body's reaction to allergens can be modified in some cases but cannot be completely removed.

3. Are allergies a serious problem?

Allergy can at times result in serious reactions (like anaphylaxis), so one must take allergies seriously.

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Bon19

I was diagnosed with shingles three weeks ago, the medication gave me an allergic reaction, I am still taking more medication because my head will not stop itching and my ears are swollen, I have never felt so rough

jamesmathew389

The allergies can be different as the causes for it appears to be different but if not treated properly may causes serious problem on body. 24 Hour Emergency Room Houston

crystal79

I just noticed faint white sploches on my legs and upper thighs look like polka dots,dime size and some smaller.Some of them have tiny red pimple like spots in center. when i rub my legs they disapear for a second and then slowly reappear.I am someone that my feet will turn purple easy and i have sensitve skin as iam getting older i'am 32 years old female.Have been spending more time outside could it be an allergy.

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I am Suffering from skin allergy since last years leo citrazine tablet give relief for 3 days kindly suggest remedy

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One year ago i have developed hair dye allergy which troubles me as asthama attack, reddish eyes etc. So i changed another dye which gives me very mild asthama but more skin itching on scalp etc.. I am in contact with doctors. Advise me more !!

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