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Congratulations!!! You just found out you are pregnant, what are you going to do with your allergy shots and medications?

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Here are answers to some of the most common questions pregnant patients ask, provided by the Pregnancy Committee of the American College of Allergy and Immunology: Can allergy medications safely be used during pregnancy? Antihistamines may be useful during pregnancy to treat the nasal and eye symptoms of seasonal or…

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Why do only some people have allergies?

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Why Do Only Some People Have Allergies? Some people are more likely to develop allergies than others because of a genetic state of hyper responsiveness to allergens, referred to as atopy. This concept is supported by the fact that children of parents with allergies have dramatically increased risk of developing…

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What is Allergy?

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What is Allergy? More than 50 million Americans suffer from allergic conditions, allergies are the sixth leading cause of chronic illness in the united states, causing decreased productivity and lost time from work and school for millions of individuals. Physicians have found that allergic diseases can be controlled and their…

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