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Skin allergy possibly due to sea food intake. How to prevent it?

have a good day sir/mam when i was young i had skin allergy . 2008 i encountered this skin allergy i dont know why. first i think its because i eat sea food but till now i have skin allergy even if i encountered little cold even if i stay in here in philippines. what should i do to prevent this skin allergy i read all the blogs and dont eat what they say but still i have this. and thanks
Asked On : Thu, 30 Aug 2012
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you can say about allergis
you cn get allergy tests for finding reason and and go for specific sublingual treatment for allergies
in the mean time you get your soap and creams changed to those types which donot contain almonds,coconut,walnut and groundnuts
you can tale tab allegra 120 mgm daily which is available at international pattern you can take one tab daly for long time without any side effects
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