What kind of allergy medicine can I take that WON'T bother my PVC's
I am starting out the Spring with a BANG where my allergies are concerned. I just asked my cardio what allergy med. I can take that won't affect me in a negative way; however, he told me that he wasn't really sure since most of the meds had Sudda-something or other in them. I can't ever remember the name of that stuff :-)
Does anyone else suffer with allergies and if so, can you help me out? I really don't like taking meds. but my allergies are coming frequently and then it turns into a cold-ugh. If I have to I will just tough it out, but if there is a SAFE medicine I can take......
Oh, and do your allergies make you a little more anxious? I think whenever I get sick I get nervous.
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