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Old 10-03-2017, 12:08 PM
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GG, Glyco -- last bloodwork shows elevated IgE. What can cause this? Doc at work said that I'm not allergic to my cat (that's a relief) but then what am I allergic to?
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I know this from personal experience, allergies can change and intensify over time. My allergist explains it like a pyramid. at the base your mildly allergic to many things as time goes on they change and may worsen building the pyramid, then one day you reach the top and whammo... eys itch, nose is plugged, breathing is labored..

could be dust, could be pet dander, for me its a chemical that is in the air when the tree leaves change colors.... rag weed, pollen and mold... good luck kiddo
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Thanks A1. I was allergic to dust as a kid but doc said it is not the case anymore and as I said before it is not my cat. But I still feel miserable and would like to know what I'm allergic to. It would help.

Let's hope Gotgame or Glyco will read this thread and give me their input.
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Mold count is high right now where I live and it's driving me nuts..... have you ever had the test where the doc pricks you with dozens of things at once and see which item makes you have a reaction by swelling up at the site.
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Mold count is high right now where I live and it's driving me nuts..... have you ever had the test where the doc pricks you with dozens of things at once and see which item makes you have a reaction by swelling up at the site.
No I haven't but the doc I saw last week talked about it. I might go and see a specialist. I really want to go to the bottom of this. And I also wanna know if I'm lactose intolerant or if I should eat gluten free.
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No I haven't but the doc I saw last week talked about it. I might go and see a specialist. I really want to go to the bottom of this. And I also wanna know if I'm lactose intolerant or if I should eat gluten free.
Definitely get the test done, it tells you immediately(well within mminutes) because you can watch the spots where they prick you swell up and look like mosquito bites which tells you your allergic to that pollen/mold/animal dander/ etc...... in the mean time take a Claritin or Allegra 24 hr for some relief.
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Definitely get the test done, it tells you immediately(well within mminutes) because you can watch the spots where they prick you swell up and look like mosquito bites which tells you your allergic to that pollen/mold/animal dander/ etc...... in the mean time take a Claritin or Allegra 24 hr for some relief.
Allegra works really well. I will call the specialist on Monday too get the test done. One of the volunteers at the shelter has the same symptoms and also asthma. Scary.
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My allergies got so bad I had to do the weekly shots. Did them for 10 years and helps tremendously. Still have some issues but just got tired of going for the shots and stopped a couple years ago.
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Allegra works really well. I will call the specialist on Monday too get the test done. One of the volunteers at the shelter has the same symptoms and also asthma. Scary.
That's awesome, I'm glad to hear the Allegra is helping. I have to take it everyday in the spring and fall but come off of it in the winter and summer months. The test should be able to give you an idea of when you'll need to take it or if there's something you can eliminate from your life so you won't have to take it at all. Good luck Monday and keep us informed.
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