few weeks ago I had a serious allergy attack & my eyes, lips were swollen & I had rush to emergency to get Piriton & Hydrocortizone shots to get relief. Now I'm having this allergy attacks almost every day with red patches in my arms, face, legs with itchy & swelling. I got medicine from a dirmotolegist ( Allegra 360mg,Loratadine,Zyncet 10mg with Vitamin A) & still continuing same. My problem is I'm getting these attacks while I'm taking these drugs! How can I get over these allergy attacks? What is the cause of it? I'm very careful with my diet due to this but still I'm suffering! Please help.
Thanks a lot for your comments. There is one question. Can the anti-histamine drugs which i'm taking could prevent this long run? I have seen in an article that there are hyper-sensitive people with high IgE levels are more prone to this. Are there any drugs could control these high IgE levels in the blood? Please explain.
My son John 16 is almost into a year now of allerhy shots. One year ago he almost died from the third time. It's scary coming to 1 year later. He has had a few acts, since but nothing compaired to the first one.
In the long run is this worth it, whats it really doing to his body ? I do wonder?
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