Number of sysmtoms

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Date Joined Sep 2008
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   Posted 11/12/2008 7:30 PM (GMT -6)   
Hello I am currently having these sysmptoms:

fatigue and irritable, also foggy thinking
tired eyes, sometimes itchy, sometimes feel puffy, often look red around the edges, sometimes vision a little blurry
My face feels full quite often
My nose is often blocked

Sometimes these symptoms go away and I no longer feel fatigued and I feel good :) but not often enough it seems :(.

This has been around a while now but it seemed to get worse when I moved into a new room last year which had mould on the walls, however since moving away from there these sysmtoms have not gone away. The house I am in now is very dusty.

I thought it was an allergy but I had an antihistamine and nothing got better. Any ideas on how I can sort these problems out and get on with my life, this has been going on far to long... Thanx for the help.

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   Posted 11/13/2008 12:57 PM (GMT -6)   
I know we always want to feel good and that going to a doctor isn't always our first choice
or something we wanna do cause he/she might say allergy and right us off.
But my advice is: Go to your Doctor, make a list like you've done here and hand it to the nurse
when you get to the doctor. Go asap (as soon as possible) do it make the appointment.
Maybe ask for a head and sinsus mri, just to rule out other things.
But go and get into your Doctor.
Keep us posted as to how your doing, okay (as we are concerned!)
soft hugz.......
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   Posted 11/14/2008 1:20 AM (GMT -6)   
Sometimes it takes stronger medicine to get control of the allergies, and then antihistamines will help once you've gotten the reactions under control again. I agree with Chartreux - I think you should talk to your doctor about your symptoms. Good luck,
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