stop taking allerga and flonose to give my system a rest,

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henessy
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   Posted 5/15/2015 6:15 PM (GMT -7)   
When to see my dotor for a follow up of my asthma induce by a
Sinusitis I had that last 3 month and a half, which I dont believe
is clear up completely. But they say other wise that the inflammation in my nose and broncos is now allergy related.
figure that, so I add to see the praticional nurse to check out the
my vital. And make sure my oxygen level were good . oxygen
was 98% good for me, so she told me to continue with my advair and give my allegra a break that I didnt have to take it everyday and stay off the flonose only use it when I needed it.
After the doc's when and did some eran and about 5 hour from not taking , y allegra and my flonose stsrted get get a coughing
Attack and felt all this phelm in my throat and my nasal caverties. I fell like I was going to chock on it. Ran and use my ventilin, grab my flonose inhaler and took 2 puff in each nostril
and drank my allegra. With in 10 minutes later the coughing stop and and after the allegra kick in I felt better. Has this ever happen to anyone, please share, is that im going to have to use tjis for the rest of my life. I've done everything to disinfectant
all allergens for my home, new pollow every 3 month with allergen cover on then new mattress with allergen cover on it.
got rid of the rugs, dust and wet wipe every3 day.but even at home I find myself sniffing something that when I put a doctor mask and is spring cleaning again. Get desperate anxieties on max.

Razzle
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   Posted 5/15/2015 7:15 PM (GMT -7)   
An in-home air purifier may be helpful.

Check for mold growing in the basement, attic, bathrooms/kitchen and windows all over the house. Mold growing anywhere in the house can cause allergy symptoms even if you can't smell the mold.

Environmental Medicine specialists may be able to help you with desensitization to your allergies. Or an Allergist may be willing to give you allergy shots to desensitize you. This is the only way I know to get rid of the need for allergy medications. Be aware, though, that the shots or other desensitization methods don't work for everyone.
-Razzle

Chronic Lyme, Bart., Gluten & Sulfite Sensitivity, Many Food/Inhalant/Medication/Chemical Allergies & Intolerances, Asthma, Gut dysmotility & non-specific inflammation, Lupus, Osteoporosis, etc.; G-Tube; TPN-dependent
Meds: Flagyl, Essential Oils, Homeopathy, Herbs, etc.

Alcie
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   Posted 5/16/2015 10:10 AM (GMT -7)   
Have you had a recent test for allergies? My allergist told me it's now required to re-test every 3 years. Allergies come and go. I became allergic to grass just 3 years ago.

I get the shots and love them. I have no allergy symptoms unless a new allergy comes along. This does not work for food allergies/intolerances - only for environmental ones!

I also use the big 4" filters on my furnace. A furnace man can easily put the box on the air intake for you. I almost never have to dust. At the very least, use the more expensive filters! I also have a newer type of motor that has 2 speeds and runs 24/7, summer and winter. The low speed only takes about the electricity of a 100 watt light bulb. Saving my time not having to dust is well worth it!
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