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Does anybody suffer from allergies?

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banned8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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banned8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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#1
cats..
banned#2
acecatcher3
cats..


Snap :thumbsup:
#3
my nephew has a nut allergy which can be a nightmare at times
banned#4
starsparkle2311
Fortunately, No................


Lucky you, i'm allergic to most things :-(
#5
Anti - histamines or injections from your GP can help with that - it isn't the fur, its the dander.....
You CAN get help for that and there are specific sites and what not for cat people that are allergic....
Trust me I have tried EVERYTHING!
#6
Work!
banned#7
I would love to have tests for food allergies!

I am sure i am intolerant to certain things, i asked my doctor once and she said that the NHS won't pay for them!
banned#8
wendyak
Work!


I'm definately allergic to that but needs must :-D
#9
bellows;3155355
my nephew has a nut allergy which can be a nightmare at times

That is another strangely common allergy -that is one of the reasons that restaurants now say if the product contains such to stop people from going into anaphalatic shock......
#10
DLM;3155374
I would love to have tests for food allergies!

I am sure i am intolerant to certain things, i asked my doctor once and she said that the NHS won't pay for them!

You CAN have tests if you get a referral - if you don't it isn't that expensive to do, as it (normally) involves scratch tests (just right for a cat like me) that go on your arm, you soon see the results - really it isn't THAT expensive.....:roll::)
banned#11
cloudthecat
You CAN have tests if you get a referral - if you don't it isn't that expensive to do, as it (normally) involves scratch tests (just right for a cat like me) that go on your arm, you soon see the results - really it isn't THAT expensive.....:roll::)


Ok, thanks for the information.

I keep getting a weird sickly feeling and i am almost sure, i might be allergic to something!
#12
Men! :whistling:
#13
Im allergic to something that is in iron tablets.
#14
I think I am becoming seriously allergic to housework :p
#15
Seriously though cats and dust mite - I love housework so I could come round to yours ST :-D
#16
wasp stings, and i always manage to get stung by them :x
banned#17
Hayfever....VERY badly!!!

I have an 80mg Kenolog Steroid injection every year in my bum-bum which is the highest dose, only thing that has ever worked for me though!
banned#18
My allergies are hayfever, and asthma.

I get affected by grass, cats, dust, heat, and sweat :roll:
banned#19
ODB_69
Hayfever....VERY badly!!!

I have an 80mg Kenolog Steroid injection every year in my bum-bum which is the highest dose, only thing that has ever worked for me though!


You tried asking for the flu jab dude, it made a hell of a difference to me, I think you'd fall into the category to qualify :thumbsup:
#20
fireheaven;3155450
Seriously though cats and dust mite - I love housework so I could come round to yours ST :-D

oh anytime FH..you'd be more than welcome. Do you like ironing too by any chance ? !! ;-)
#21
ODB_69;3155476
Hayfever....VERY badly!!!

I have an 80mg Kenolog Steroid injection every year in my bum-bum which is the highest dose, only thing that has ever worked for me though!

Do you have a high dose because you have got a big bum ? :w00t: :p
#22
I'm allergic to Nickel - used in cheap jewellery
banned#23
jellybaby22;3155487
OMG.....i get one of those..thought I was the only freak who had it that badly......


How weird is that...dont know anyone else that has it :?

Foosball Chum;3155505
You tried asking for the flu jab dude, it made a hell of a difference to me, I think you'd fall into the category to qualify :thumbsup:


No will have a word with GP, cheers dude

snowtiger;3155525
Do you have a high dose because you have got a big bum ? :w00t: :p


Wanna come and see?

Its tight...

I crush walnuts;-)
banned#24
i am allergic to cats and dogs and also suffer with hayfever
#25
Hayfever, but luckily only for the first few months of the year.
banned#26
Brazil nuts
Almonds
Walnuts
Some pollens (not sure which)
Cats (tested positive)
Dust mites (tested positive)
#27
Hayfever all year round, cats, dogs, dust, aerosols, perfumes, anything really that is small enough to get up my nose. My gp refused an injection of any sort and i go round in circles of all the antihistamines. none work for long, so i take piriton only when its really severe and i use an ice pack to calm the symptoms
banned#28
cloudthecat
Anti - histamines or injections from your GP can help with that - it isn't the fur, its the dander.....
You CAN get help for that and there are specific sites and what not for cat people that are allergic....
Trust me I have tried EVERYTHING!


i thought it was the protein in the saliva that most people are allergic too :thinking:

anti histamines don't work for me, what else is worth trying?
banned#29
Spearmint
i thought it was the protein in the saliva that most people are allergic too :thinking:

anti histamines don't work for me, what else is worth trying?



shanecr
Hayfever all year round, cats, dogs, dust, aerosols, perfumes, anything really that is small enough to get up my nose. My gp refused an injection of any sort and i go round in circles of all the antihistamines. none work for long, so i take piriton only when its really severe and i use an ice pack to calm the symptoms


You may also benefit from the flu jab, I'd speak to your GP :thumbsup:
#30
cows milk, brazil nuts and although not technically an allergy i'm coeliac so no wheat/rye/barley/oats

a doctor i once spoke to said nearly everybody has allergies, if they are lucky it will be tibetan llama hair or something they never come into contact with..
#31
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Foosball Chum;3156151
You may also benefit from the flu jab, I'd speak to your GP :thumbsup:

I agree with the fact that you may benfit from the flu jab - (although it has to be said I am not a GP) BUT having seen a number of reations to a number of different substances, be it the dander (saliva in it) or the protein, and so on....
I (guess?) in most cases it comes down to either adapting, or avoiding...
Piriton (brand name) is good for some, other stronger anti histamines can be prescribed from your GP, there are various sorts of herbal potions and lotions, as there are also various sorts of hospitals &/or clinics that specialise in these sorts of issues.
Often, if you sufer from a bad reaction to things you can't really avoid, it is advisable to carry such a warning on your person, so as to inform the emergency services, should (God forbid) anything bad happen to you.
However, more often than not, it is a mild/annoying irritant.....
Nevertheless, it can be so very upsetting and hurtful for others to see....
For example, when the one you love s allergic to your (say) pet, and you love them both dearly what do you do.... 1st thing people say is get rid of the pet, but that in some cases was there first, second thing they think is that as an animal lover you must be crazy to even think about it...
What they don't appreciate is that even getting rid of the pet - wont get rid of the symptoms - as the dander (etc) are left in the carpet and so on.
Keep windows open as much as possible, keep the pets off the bed, and out of the bedroon, replace carpets with wood/vinal (easier to keep hygenically clean and gets rid of the dander a lot easier than it resting in the carpet) keep vacuming, and keep taking the tablets!
Other than that - avoid at all costs....
Puuurrrrrrrrrrr
xxcxx
#32
Metoclopromide - medicine that stops you feeling sick. I went into spasm and then stopped breathing and had ambulance take me to hospital (only just got home the day before from the hospital). They gave me another antiemetic cycladine and I halucinated - seeing green coloured dead people in a hospital is quite possibly the creepiest thing ever, especially when you are feeling poorly.

Luckily I'm ok with cats and dogs - though wierdly my brother became badly allergic to cats after becoming diabetic at 21. Luckily he had left home so the cat stayed and is on my bed right now fast asleep.
#33
I'm allergic to guinea pigs :oops:
banned#34
jellybaby22;3156502
i get a kenalog injection for my hayfever.....only because my eyes get so bad I can barely see...and then the get all infected..(i truly do look lovely......lol) that together with the feeling I cant breathe is horrendous.....
I think there should be more available on the NHS though for people with allergies.....


OMG....

Seasonal Allergic Conjunctivitis by any chance?????
banned#35
jellybaby22;3156610
yes.....are you stalking me...or am I stalking u? ;-)
Weird.....I know no one else who gets it as bad as me....

how freaky is that?!

never met ANYONE with that before.....



are you a clone of me with a chromosome change or what:o:o:o
banned#36
ODB_69
OMG....

Seasonal Allergic Conjunctivitis by any chance?????


I get non seasonal allergic conjunctivitis :-D but have had seasonal allergic conjunctivitis too, they make it up as they go along though I reckon. Had my best year yet this year, had a hiccup in February but then I ate two jars of local honey (it's supposed to help). I was on steroid eye drops for years, I'm surprised I'm not blind.

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#37
Charlie&Lola;3156568
I'm allergic to guinea pigs :oops:

WHAT!?!?!? How on EARTH does / did THAT happen!!?? LOL!!! :p

Allergies are sometimes due to people not being exposed to certain things and /or mummy & daddy being TOO clean and so on... But of all the animals in the world you pick those over sized Hampsters!!
That made me chuckle!! :whistling:
#38
lumoruk;3156727
I get non seasonal allergic conjunctivitis :-D but have had seasonal allergic conjunctivitis too, they make it up as they go along though I reckon. Had my best year yet this year, had a hiccup in February but then I ate two jars of local honey (it's supposed to help). I was on steroid eye drops for years, I'm surprised I'm not blind.

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That not look very nice..... <<>>

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