Hello everyone. I'm 22, reactive to dairy, dairy derivatives, tree nuts, shellfish, aspartame, tomatoes, and now bananas are hit or miss....mostly miss.
Besides that, I have a lot of other random allergies. Basically, this translates to a lot of benadryl taken often.
I used to use benadryl as a little kid food :'(pretty related allergies, but I don't recall having many side effects. Now however, I have irritability, brain fog, drowsiness (though that's to be expected), forgetfulness, and… read more
Make sure you detox your colon. If you colon is toxic, so is your body, and it will make you more reactive to everything. Even more so if you are already sensitive. Make sure you are taking the name brand. Sometimes the off brands are not a pure and can contain, dies and lactose.
Just wanted to echo finding alternatives to Benadryl, including reducing exposure to what ails you. As for asking your doctor, how about tests for auto-immune conditions? Could it be that you have Celiac Disease or Pernicious Anemia? Or thyroid issues? Look beyond the triggers if you think you have them under control...and wean yourself from so much Benadryl if you can. Good Luck!
try aerius.....my allergist recommends it to me as I drive for a living....when I have to resort to benedryll as benedryll is a faster acting med then I need to accommodate about a 4 hr nap within a half hour of taking them but basically if you have to take any med to correct an allergic problem or mistake then your basically done for the next 24 hours....its the nature of the beast....sounds like you take the meds a lot which I don't know your situation but I would think you need to get your environment a little more under control...just saying...I take meds maybe once a week or less and use an eppipen maybe once or twice a year....if I stay in tune with my body I know the signs of the start of a reaction and ususally the aerius will take care of it.
wow i have to watch for propylene gycol it makes me very sick also!
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