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Patient Experiences With Allergies

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  • Carrageenan is a thickener used in many foods that can cause allergy and intolerance symptoms in some people. Learn the symptoms of a carrageenan allergy and how to avoid foods with carrageenan.

    My Carrageenan Allergy Symptoms

    My Carrageenan Allergy Symptoms

    by carolynkaye6

  • Tips for weathering the storm when you have food allergies, including food and water storage and safety, medications to check and supply, documents to carry, and what to bring when evacuating.

    Preparing for Inclement Weather With Food Allergies

    Preparing for Inclement Weather With Food Allergies

    by Jillian Erin0

  • The popular view of seasonal allergy has it that if you experience it in spring or fall, it is all right to treat it yourself. Even though a general belief is that you can diagnose seasonal allergy yourself, it is still important to see physician, since inflammation of the chest can mean infection.

    Seasonal Allergy and Bronchitis: What Is the Connection?

    Seasonal Allergy and Bronchitis: What Is the Connection?

    by John R Wilsdon2

  • Do you have a toilet paper allergy? I do. It can be so frustrating and embarrassing but the good news is you can be symptom free, too.

    Allergic to Toilet Paper: My Story

    Allergic to Toilet Paper: My Story

    by Claire Helpful2

  • The symptoms of thyroid malfunction can easily be mistaken for other conditions such as allergies, menopause, and depression. It is important to insist on a blood test to determine whether this is the cause of your problems as the thyroid gland plays such a huge part in many bodily functions.

    Is It Allergies or a Thyroid Disorder?

    Is It Allergies or a Thyroid Disorder?

    by tebo44

  • This article explains an allergic reaction to minocycline, which is part of the tetracycline family. Puffiness and redness around the eyes are potential symptoms.

    My Allergic Reaction to Minocycline

    My Allergic Reaction to Minocycline

    by Jessica40

  • Although there's no official medical "cure" for lactose intolerance, sufferers can learn to manage it so completely that they never experience any symptoms.

    The Only Way to "Cure" Lactose Intolerance

    The Only Way to "Cure" Lactose Intolerance

    by Jo Kenyon2

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