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Itchy watery eyes, sneezing, headaches, itchy throat, difficult to breathe, red spots on hands, legs. What is it?

I have itchy watery eyes, sneezing, headaches, itchy throat, sometime difficult to breathe and 4 to 6 red spots on hands, arms and legs. I have these symptoms but not everyday, this has been happening for about 10 months now and symptoms are appearing more often and slowly getting worst. Two month ago I went back home because my Father was ill and passed away, I was there for about two months and didn't have a symptom, came back home and everything started again. I believe this is a allergic reaction to something in my home but how do I figure out what it is. Just hoping you have some advice.
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
TO PIN OUT ALLERGIES WE HAVE TO GO FOR TESTS OTHERWISE NOT ABLE TO FIND WHAT IS CAUSING IT
YOU CAN THINK OF NVIRONMENTAL ALLERGENS AND GET BLOOD TESTED FOR THESE ALLERGENS
FOT PREVENTING I CAN GIVE YOU TIP
DONT USE MUSTARD COCONUT WALNUT GROUNDNUT ALMONDS SOYABEAN OIL
USE OLIVE FOR COOKING AND APPLICATION
USE NONTOXIC SOAPS SHAMPOO CREAMS
APPLY NEOSPORIN H EYE OINTMENT IN NOSE BD FOR PREVENT SNEESING
PUT SEA WATER DROPS 2 DROPS AT NIGHT EACH NOSTRIL
CAN LOCALLY APPLU ANTIALLERGIC CREAM FOR SKIN LESIONS
TAKE LOT OF WARM WATER
CAN TAKE ALLEGRA 120 MG SOS IF SEVERE SYMPTOMPS
Answered: Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician Dr. Luchuo Engelbert Bain's  Response
Hi and thanks for the query,
the symptoms you describe are a classical presentation of a hyper allergic status or hypersensitivity state. This deserves a clinical and paraclinical diagnosis, for a proper establishemnt of a management plan. Identification of the trigger (allergen) of these symptoms is very important, and with proper clinical evaluation, preferrably by an allergist, this could be very easy. Avoiding everything that triggers these symptoms is key to thye management process. Secondly, measuring Immunoglobulin E levels, which is an important marker for allergic states could be very helpful. This would give a baseline, intensity of the pathology and shall serve in the monitoring of the treatment plan. Drugs prescribed might range from steroids to anti histaminic drugs depemnding on the case. Immune desensitization sessions might be programmed y your allergist in case response to other treatment options cited are not adequate.
I suggest you book an appointment with your allergist for proper management.
thanks and best regards,
Luchuo, MD.
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