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Allergic Conjunctivitis

When an allergen comes in contact with the eyes of a susceptible person, it causes itching, watery and redness in the eyes. zubochist.com.ua смотреть тут winnerlex.com.ua/ madagaskar.kiev.ua/ t-marka.ua/ profshina.kiev.ua

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Hives or Urticaria

Hives (or Urticaria) are an outbreak of itchy welts of varying size on the skin. When the swellings are large and invade deeper tissues, they are called angioedema. Hives may develop on the face, lips, tongue, throat, eyes, ears, and … Continue reading

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Allergic Dermatitis, Contact Dermatitis or Eczema

Allergic Dermatitis (also known as Contact Dermatitis or Eczema) is a non-contagious, itchy rash which often occurs in the crease of the arms, legs, and neck, although it can cover the entire body. The most common cause of allergic dermatitis … Continue reading

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Allergic Rhinitis

It is a general term used for nasal congestion, sneezing and a running nose due to allergies. This may be a seasonal problem as with hay fever or it may be a perennial problem caused by other allergens, such as … Continue reading

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Hay Fever

Hay Fever is caused by allergy to pollen of trees, grasses, weeds or the spores of molds. The name is actually a misnomer, since hay is not a common allergen and no fever occurs in this. It was a term … Continue reading

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