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What is the cause of allergy
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Exposure to infectious diseases during early childhood, environmental pollution, allergen levels, and dietary changes.
Before a diagnosis of allergic disease can be confirmed, other possible causes of the presenting symptoms should be considered
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sir allergy with ittching.
1. You definitely need to consult your skin specialist or dermatologist to evaluate the cause of allergy.
2. For the time being you can take a anti-histaminic tablet with a prescription from your local GP. This will help in relieving itching.