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allergic reaction?

A: 25 Nov 2011 Hello, yes, you will be feeling much like your old self since you''ll no longer be on the prednisone. If you happen to beable to read this, you should be feeling much better. Very best to you, Votes:+0CommentVote upReport Mary632009 25 Nov 2011Yes, that high a dose of predisone can really make you feel out of whack, & my friend is right, you should be feeling yourself soon... pledge 25 Nov 2011Hey there Mary. Am I late or what? Care for some ham (smoked) Say yes please! Hope you are having a good one, running the ac. Early this morning, running the heat, get the chill out, and now its ac. Go figure. Ha, theres a fresh pot, so, help yourself, Mary632009 25 Nov 2011Weel, I am late as usual, but wil be back in the AM! Mary pledge 26 Nov 2011Good morning Mary. Coffees made, and...


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Allergies -inactive/active drug allergic reactions and their correlation?

A: 4 Mar 2012 Hello & welcome to the site. As an allergy sufferer my self, it doesn''t change the active amount of the drug in the med or pill, but can cuse a life threatening situation for people allergic to things like glycol, or in my case corn. Corn starch is used as a binder in most meds in the pill form to hold it together. I keep an epi pen handy at all times because of this. Be sure to ask your new customers if they have known allergies to inactive ingredients. Most who do, know & will tell you so, or have you compound their meds. Hope this helped answer your questions... Mary632009 Votes:+2CommentVote upReport ThomasPharmacology 4 Mar 2012Thank you very much! Ew, you are allergic to corn? That''s not good at all! Thank you for...


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allergic reaction to pineapple?

A: when you have an allergic reaction to fruit. your tonge will swell up. if it dose, see a doctor. No it isnt an allergic reaction. Here are the signs of an allergic reaction: Common symptoms of mild allergic reactions include: Rashes Hives (especially over the neck and face) Itching Nasal congestion Watery, red eyes Symptoms that may indicate a moderate or severe reaction include: Swelling of the face, eyes, or tongue Difficulty swallowing Wheezing Fear or feeling of apprehension or anxiety Abdominal cramps or abdominal pain Nausea and vomiting Weakness Dizziness or light-headedness Chest discomfort or tightness Difficulty breathing Unconsciousness What to do about...


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How long should allergic reaction to medication in Stellate Ganglion block last?

A: 11 days ago Hello. Sounds like a difficult time for you. What does the doc say about the rash and the foggy ness? Sounds like you would be better off this. The goal of medication is not to make you sicker. They do not all work for everyone. Get back to the doc right away. Rash could quickly turn into an ER event. Just because it is less does not mean you arent in danger. So if you have problems breathing, fainting, anything not right, don''t hesitate to get to the hospital immediately. Please do not drive while feeling like this. One mistake could change too many lives. Get back to the doc right away. Do not wait out the weekend. Let me know how you are doing. Votes:+0CommentVote upReportSearch for questionsStill looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek...


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What Are the Signs of an allergic Reaction to Amoxicillin?

A: Amoxicillin is in the same family as penicillin and is primarily used to treat bacterial infections such as urinary tract infections, ear infections, and on rare occasions, anthrax. While it is safe for most people to use, those who are allergic to penicillin or who have other allergies or asthma are more likely to form an allergy to amoxicillin. Many of the known side effects of amoxicillin are often confused with an allergy to the medicine, but they are usually not related. The main signs of an allergic reaction to amoxicillin include rashes; hives; swelling in the tongue, lips and face; and trouble breathing.. While anyone may form an allergic reaction to amoxicillin, certain people are more prone to forming an...


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What Are the Signs of an allergic Reaction to Marijuana?

A: If a person experiences an allergic reaction to marijuana, he could experience the same types of allergy symptoms as he would with pollen, bee stings, or other common allergens. He might develop skin rashes or hives or breathing difficulties and throat problems. For many people, these reactions arenít dependent upon how they come into contact with the marijuana. This means they could have allergic reactions if they smoke it, ingest it, or even touch it. Not all experts are in agreement as to exactly what causes the allergic reactions, but anyone experiencing an allergic reaction to marijuana should seek immediate...


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What is an allergic Reaction?

A: An allergic reaction is simply the human bodyís way of trying to fight off a foreign invader it perceives to be dangerous. An allergic reaction is a response of the bodyís immune system, and although not all aspects of how exactly an allergic reaction functions are understood, the basic function is fairly simple.. The body is wired to detect what are known antigens, which are foreign objects that the body has decided might be harmful. Once these antigens are detected, a reaction is triggered to get them out of the body as quickly as possible, before anything bad can happen. The trick is that the body isnít always that good at figuring out what is a dangerous invader and what isnít. When it makes a mistake, and...


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How Do I Recognize an allergic Reaction in Children?

A: An allergic reaction can result from the introduction of a variety of stimuli and is typically the result of the bodyís immune response. An allergic reaction in children can occur as the result of a reaction to environmental toxins, certain foods, and medicines. The signs of an allergic reaction in children may be different from those of an adult in severity or duration, but are often similar in presentation. Signs include rash, hives, swelling, and difficulty breathing.. When a child exhibits signs of an allergic reaction to a known stimuli it is best to have the symptoms and conditions evaluated by a physician. In some cases, such as food allergies, an allergic...


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What Is a Mild allergic Reaction?

A: A mild allergic reaction is an allergic reaction that isnít life threatening, but can still cause moderate discomfort to sufferers. While a severe allergic reaction can cause the throat to swell shut, compromising breathing, a mild allergic reaction usually just results in itching, redness, and irritation. It is important to keep in mind, however, that mild reactions can worsen over time, so those experiencing one should still alert their doctors.. A mild allergic reaction can have numerous potential causes. Some people may be slightly allergic to bee stings, for example, while others may have a reaction to certain...


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What Are the Symptoms of an allergic Reaction?

A: Symptoms of an allergic reaction can take place locally or systemically. Symptoms of a localized allergic reaction are redness, inflammation, and localized itching. Symptoms of a systemic allergic reaction include difficulty breathing, facial, tongue or throat swelling, wheezing, and chest pain. These symptoms can be life threatening and require immediate medical intervention.. Other symptoms of an allergic reaction include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, irregular heart beat, and even unconsciousness. Treatment for symptoms of an allergic reaction depends upon the severity of the symptoms and what the offending allergen is. Mild allergic

 
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