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Date Joined Aug 2006
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   Posted 11/22/2006 4:03 AM (GMT -6)   
hi everyone, i am hyper allergic to dust mites.whenever i just put on clothing on(t shirt mainly),even socks or go sleep, i get a reaction. when i dress it is less worst then going in my bed. i only get a little face swelling and eyes sometimes itch then swell and hurt. hwhen i go to bed i have all tese symtoms with a sensation of something was in my eye, histamine release everywhere and in hands and fingers, i can see in morning as i wake up my hands r pale my knuckles r red everywhere and my fingers r just swollen. i phoned a doctor and she told me to keep windows open, and put soaken towels in my room so i makes humidity, but i do not understand, humidity makes dust mites stronger. I do not know if i have a dry eye syndrom, my eyes get bad when im around air conditioning, electric heaters,..cause my eyes to feel itchy and water then irritated. it is only because of the allergic reation, and with this dry air, my eyes get alot more irrated?. does anyone know alot about this and help me? i try everything to get rid of dust mites, i put my sheets in dyer for 10 minutes before i sleep and i wash them weekly, but i still get my reaction. shud i be using de-mite laundry additive to kill them? put them in freezer? or do both? and what about my couches that are infested with them? i basically only wear boxers inside because i get less dust mites then if i was dressed.2 days ago i started''sniffing'' water in my nasal path so it helps the mucus, the next day my nose didnt feel the same, it was alot more soft that usual. thanks alot for your  help everyone

Post Edited (RoWdY87) : 11/22/2006 2:34:45 AM (GMT-7)

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