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Allergies

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Allergy is a hypersensitivity of the immune system. Allergic reactions occur when a person's immune system reacts to normally harmles...
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Common Allergies treatments discussed around the web
Benadryl 62,705 Zyrtec 25,304 Claritin 22,264
2,516,607 conversations around the web about Allergies to help you make a decision
2,516,607 conversations around the web about Allergies to help you make a decision
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Allergies & Rapid Breathing

2.34% of the posts that mention Rapid Breathing also mention Allergies (121 posts)
Rapid Breathing
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Post from
www.mothering.com
vaxed. My DH has horrible allergies and sinus, but they...
" ...all and we have no smkers in the family. I had to take him to urgent care due to rapid breathing/wheezing today and they put him on prednisone : Which means he is on: albuterol every 8 hours(by... "

old. I have exercise and allergy induced asthma. When...
" Well I have had asthma since I was born ...3 years old. I have exercise and allergy induced asthma. When I have ...drink coffee. It calms my rapid breathing down and stops my wee... "

also had a dustmite allergy with year-round \"hayfever\"...
" ...last night, she also had rapid breathing at the time. I'm thinking ...and the coughs and sneezes. My son also had a dustmite allergy with year-round \"hayfever\" symptoms, hence the sneezing. Im... "

was one that I was allergic too-completely unaware. So I...
" ...they administer during the section, was one that I was allergic too-completely unaware. So I swelled up pretty fast-my eyes ...in the NICU because he was having rapid breathing, and he is still ... "

DS was diagnosed with allergies, the allergy doctor gave...
" ...an anaphylatic reaction: wheezing, rapid breathing, runny nose, itchy skin ...reaction? When DS was diagnosed with allergies, the allergy doctor gave me a presciption for an epipen but didn't t... "

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www.webmd.com
office but had my allergic reaction within 30 during the...
" ...rapid breathing and severe chest pressure. I was taken by ambulance to ER and had no clue what meds I had been given at the Dr's office. No paperwork at discharge with things to look for...Nothing!... "

i.e. food, bathroom, he is allergic to dairy, soy, wheat....
" ...son is 10 and has autism. He was24 inches and ...do i.e. food, bathroom, he is allergic to dairy, soy, wheat. He ...are just sounds, and has frequent rapid breathing and anxiety. I have tr... "

to 99%...I have really bad allergies, I live in Victoria,...
" ...the City of Gardens and the doc told me that my allergies were the cause of my trauma, along with baby putting pressure on my diaphragm...she put me on a powder inhaler called Pulmicort in... "

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bca.ns.ca
onc. SOoe people have allergic reactions to Taxol (flushing...
" ...your onc. SOoe people have allergic reactions to Taxol (flushing of face, tightness in chest, rapid breathing) but it usually happens right... "

possible. Does he have any rapid breathing? Is he a known...
" ...could be a skin allergy along with bronchoconstriction because of allergy. I suggest you should ...possible. Does he have any rapid breathing? Is he a known allergic to any substance? Continue... "

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