Allergy

The body's immune response to a foreign substance (allergen) that is otherwise not harmful to you is called allergy. The most common allergens are pollen, drugs, food, and mold. Allergic conditions include hay fever, atopic dermatitis, food allergies, asthma, and anaphylaxis.

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What precautions should I take for bad allergies to dust and pollen?

Query: Hello doctor, After many years of sneezing and congested nostrils, a visit to my general doctor resulted in me being tested and told that I have very bad allergies to dust, pollen and other small allergens. After many antihistamines and masks trying to solve the problem, nothing has seemed to work....  Read Full »


Dr. Abaranam Innaci

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. It seems you have triggers in your living place. Try to identify the triggers. Here, the probable cause may be dust and pollen Change the bed covers once in two days and clean the windows frequently. Avoid cool foods and avoid frequent head baths. These ...  Read Full »

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