Allergies can manifest with a wide range of symptoms like rash, swelling, rhinitis, muscle aches, stuffy nose, sneezing, itching, dry eyes, fatigue etc. Only muscle ache could be due to injury, sprain, abnormal position for long periods of time etc. I would recommend that you consult a physician for further examination and confirmation of the cause for this. Best.
Thank you for the response to my question. I do take tylenol arthritis only when necessary. I am also into homepathic solutions. Any ideas what would ease the aching? I am a walker and have been unable to do my walking as much as I would like too. Any help would be greatly appreciated
Thank you for the response to my question. I have told my dr. about my muscle aches. We have ruled out fibromyalgia. She suggests I see a rheumatologist, but I think I should see allergist. Can't afford to see both. My medical insurance is not the best. I do have sinus problems. Which would you recommend? Any advice is greatly appreciated
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