I'm not going to be of much help here. As I suffer from no allergies, except to most narcotics. I'm sorry that you having to deal with this. I do however, have a child with horrible allergies. My daughter gets allergy shot weekly. I would suggest that you see an Allergist, and be tested to find out excatly what you're allergic too. They can mix a blend of what you're allergic to and begin giving you small doses of what your allergic to, and you'll build up a resistance to the stuff you're allergic to. I have to say it's a very long process and sometimes you can have a reaction, but you'll have it in the office, and they'll deal with it then and there. The overall process is TOTALLY worth it. It's made a world of difference for my daughter. Prior to the shots, she was living on antibiotics for sinus infections, now she's been antiobiotic free for over 2 yrs. She's been doing the shot for 4 years this August. Once you've reached maintenance level, you only need a shot once a month.
I hope that you get some relief soon, and I wish you the best always.
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