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 What are you allergic too?
I am allergic to something in tanning oil...anyone know what it might be? And is it possible to be allergic to curry, or something in it..iLOVE curry, but it gives me REALLY bad stomach cramps...also ...

 Do humidifiers work?
i have an allergy to dust and mildew i suffer from a blocked up nose and itchy eyes most mornings would a dehumidifier in my room help to stop ...

 The question's personal...?
ok so i have these little red bumps in between my lips of my vigina and they arent std's or anything i think they are from my laundry soap because I went from using high dollar "no dye no ...

 How long are people allergic to something?
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 Anyone here have allergies? What meds. do u take?

 How can i cure my allergy with my pet cat?
I have Persian for past 6 years. In the 1st 3 years i was ok with it...but recently i have become allergic. My eyes swell up and become and itchy and i get bad sneezing and sinus attacks. Please ...

 I get itchiy after bath for about 15 minutes then its back to normal. any suggestions to get rid of it.?

 Gross taste in back of throat and smell in back of nose?
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 How can you cure Sinusitis?
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 Allergic reaction ( homework help plz help)?
my cuzin is doing some homework and she need some help her question is what allergic reaction can you get when you massage someone arms and hands with massage ...

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 Terribly itchy eyes, unlimited sneezing, can you suggest?
I was wondering its allergy due to pollens in this season, but I am home most of the times and even the doors and windows have a net lining, limiting even dust from coming in. Yes, I do have a peace ...

 Can anyone tell me if yogurt causes constipation?
I suffer with slow transit constipation and have lived on laxatives for 18 years. I have just taken a liken to yohurt and have been eating 2 a day, now my constipation is so bad that even the ...

 My daughter keep having a white substance on her tonsils. Doctors can make out what it is. Does anyone know?
The substance appears on and off every 2 or 3 weeks. It is not an infection but it could be an alergy....

 My Boss woke up with a swollen Face what would she do next?
She woke up saw her face very swollen and she already took some benadryl but i am worry for her because she is working right now, what would she do or what thing could make a swollen face ....

 What are some causes of extreme itchness in toddlers.?

 I have no pets and the house i have been living in for 7 months seems to suddenly have fleas. Is this possible
no opinions please. Just informed and educated answers please. Thank you.
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i live in london- wish i lived in california- unfortunately not- i think they're in my ...

My whole body starts itching when I go to bed. What should I do?
Hi parts of my body including my head starts itching when I go to bed to sleep.

Joey Rocks

Maybe try different detergent /and or sheets. Maybe you need "allergy friendly" bedding.

maybe u need a oil massg b4 when u go to bed by a nice young lady

i agree with joye. scratch.
dont feel shy.

You might have developed very dry skin for any number of reasons. ( no humidifier, low grade fever due to cold,dry heating in house, etc..) Try taking a shower and apply a moisterizer while wet, I used GlysoMed. This has helped me after I got the flu with a mild fever. Good Luck with it.

have your gf pee on it...that relieves all kinds of itches

put lotion on
wash bed sheets
don't take hot showers
don't use harsh soaps.

Wash your sheets. If you have already done this you may need to switch detergent. You may also need to hire professionals to come in and clean your bed. You may be experiencing bed bugs. After that if you still itch when headed to bed you may be experiencing something psychological during bed time that may make you have the feeling of your skin crawling in which case you may want to see your doctor for advice.

You may be alergic to the laundry detergent, it sounds like that. Change that first, take a bath before bed time. exterminate the house, may be bed bugs or mites, which are heavy this time of year, depending where you live.

I agree with both Em La Gem & Brisbane Roo, after seeing this programe on the travel channel, about bed bugs on mattresses in big hotels, it freeked me out, so i started airing the mattress more often and exposing in to sunlight, you chould check that out.

My advice is to take a tsp of benadryl about an hour before you go to bed. It will notonly help you sleep, but it is an antihistamine, so it will stop the itching. Good luck

No one can answer without more detail and analysis, your medical history, your phisic, anti-biotics used for long period, and many more details to know your problem. i suggest you go to your doctor, and acquire some professional help. some allergies cause death so take care.

wash your ****

Em la Gem
Could also be dust mites.
Strip the bedding off your bed. Try to let your mattress and pillows sit in the sun for a few hours, and it will kill off the mites.
Keep your room well ventilated and airy.
If all else fails, try buying cotton sheets instead of polyester imports.

Get checked for Bed Bugs!!

if you don't know much about them, Google it.

You may need to get rid of your mattress.

Buy new sheets. You could be alergic to whatever your bedding is made of.

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