Diagnosed with food allergy. Is it curable? - Online Doctor Chats
This is XXXXXXX Chandiramani here
How can I help you?
Doctor i have bene disgnoised with Food Allergy
Orange, yeast, Mushrooms, Dal Chana, Grpes, Perfume and Cauliflower
just wanted to know is a cure possible or only avoidance of the same is recomended
Unfortunately allergies are preventable conditions. A cure is a bit difficult.
is this a lifelong phenomen or will the same subside after a certain time
a gradual and slow process of desensitization can be attempted at an allergy clinic.
Some amount of success is known to occur with the process of desensitization.
You can request your doctor to refer you to an allergy specialist.
ok ok i will do that
The specialist can conduct a few tests to identify the exact allergens and attempt the process of desensitization.
Have you followed?
yes i have
any doctor you recommend
It can be treated symptomatically, if cough and cold is very severe and troubling.
As far as allergy specialist are concerned, I do not have any personal reference. Your local doctor may know more about it or you can find about them on the net.
Have you followed?
Do you have any other query?
Also, probably due to a weather change i have got a cold and dry cough
Yes; Cold weather can bring about nasal congestion and bronchospasm which can cause cold and dry cough.
what do you advise ?
If the cough and cold is troubling, you can take preventive drugs during cold weather.
i have cold and dry cough now..what medication u advise ?>
There are medications such as salmetrol inhalers and fluticasone inhalers useful in treating weather induced congestion.
Based on the severity of symptoms and physical signs noted by the doctor, you can be started on these transiently.
I advise you to talk to your doctor when you visit them again. They can prescribe these drugs to you.
have you followed?
i have followeed
Thanks for consulting me.
Bye for now.
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