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I have gone through the report of the allergy
test yo have posted.
Based on the reports your mother seems to be allergic to many substances ( Allergy point of greater than 1.2 is considered Positive) except for Sulpha
, tamarind ( 1.2 is usually considered borderline), cockroach dust, pencillin, Tetracyclin, perfume ( less than 1.2 is considered negative).
As the allergy test predicts allergy to very few substances, you mother might be allergic to some other substances as well.
The Definitive treatment of Allergy is avoidance of allergen. Medicines can only give symptomatic relief. But the hard fact is you mother can be allergic to substances other than those predicted in allergy test and it is difficult to find out.
Using preparations like Monteleukast in combination with Levocetrizine is knoen to prevent recurrence. But these are not useful in acute attacks and they need to be taken for longer durations to be effective.
Taking medicines like Avil( contains Chlorpheneramine which is drowsy formula) or Allegra( contains Fexofenadine
which is non drowsy) or DEC
( Hetrazen - proven to be useful in some cases)would help in treating acute attacks. Taking Low dose steroids
is also helpful. But please consult a doctor before taking these medicines. Mean while try to avoid the substances for which the allergy score is above 1.2.
Wish your mother a speedy recovery.
Wish your mother a speedy recovery