Nessisary exposure to allergens

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ahazuarus
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Date Joined Apr 2007
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   Posted 4/17/2007 10:27 PM (GMT -7)   
This year I plan to put in a significant number of hours helping with many duties associated with things I am allergic to. Claritin D seems to do the trick but I am wondering if there is a way to increase the resistance to these allergens simply because the symptoms are not by any means deadly but make it difficult to do my job.

Claritin D contains 10mg of Loratadine to act as its antihistamine. I am guessing this is the maximum that should be taken at any time?

SnowyLynne
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   Posted 4/18/2007 9:05 AM (GMT -7)   
Anything that blows in the wind gets me.The Pamine & Periactine help alot though I tske them for 2 different reasons.Go figure,lol..........
SnowyLynne


ahazuarus
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   Posted 4/18/2007 12:15 PM (GMT -7)   
Pretty much anything the blows in the wind applies to me as well with the exception of sawdust and for whatever reason sunflower dust (unable to determine why).
- allergic to: Certain Mold Spores, Wheat / soybean dust, Other forms of air impurities.
- Exposed to hazardous levels anhydrous ammonia at age 5.
- Athsma effectively controlled by advair

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