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Taking cetrizine, avil and allegra for allergy. Need permanent cure

hi i am having a problem of allergy ( hives ) is there any medicine for this, if this can u tell me the name of this medicine bcoz i am pitched off from this problem please help me i have taken cetrizine, avil, allegra bt there is no result since childhood i dont hav a problem bt after marriage i am facing this problem last 3 years please help me
Asked On : Sun, 9 Sep 2012
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TAKING YOUR MEDOCINES IS NO ANSWER
IN PREGNANCY BECAUSE OF USE OF CALCIUM,IRON AND VITAMINS ,ALLERGY STARTS
I TELL YOU SOME PRECAUTIONS
DONT USE MUSTARD,COCONUT,ALMONDS,SOYABEAN OIL
USE AMLA,OLIVE FOR APPLYING
SUNFLOWER,OLIVE FOR COOKING
SOAP USED IS NIKKO
NIZRAL SHAMPOO AND NUT FREE CREAMS FOR BODY
USE TAB METHOTREXTATE 2.5 MGM ONCE WEEKLY DOSE(LATEST TREATMENT)
TAB ATARAX 10 MGM AT NIGHT
TAB EBASTINE 20 MGM DAILY
IF RESULTS ARE THERE YOU CAN POST AGAIN
OTHERWISE YOU MAY GO FOR ALLERGY TESTS AND SUBLINGUAL LOW DOSE IMMUNOTHERAPY FOR PERMANENT CURE
Answered: Fri, 14 Sep 2012
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