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Dont know if that helps you :) Are you getting overly sweaty in those areas by any chance? My daughter got hives that weren't allergy related. I also washed her in baking soda and made a paste for the bumps. Mysteriously, they went away and even with allergy testing, we never found out what caused them. Pull your hair up, wear a white cotton t-shirt, no panties. But if you’ve got daily symptoms all season long, please consider a nasal steroid!It pains me to see so many people taking antihistamines every day for months.Well, they’re bigger guns, so they potentially cause more side effects — and that’s a cost-benefit analysis you have to talk through with your doctor. But another important reason is that they take longer to start working.
Histamine makes tiny blood vessels called capillaries permeable to white blood cells and fluid so that the cells can move out of your blood and into surrounding tissue to fight infection.Another example is Singulair (montelukast), which is an oral medication that’s slightly downstream from steroids in your inflammatory process, but is a good option for people who have breathing problems or asthma along with their allergies.So why doesn’t everyone use these other options for seasonal allergies?But for longer-term, daily allergy symptoms, you’ll do better with a drug that takes a different approach entirely.Nasal steroids — such as Flonase (fluticasone), Nasonex (mometasone), Nasacort (triamcinolone), and Rhinocort Aqua (budesonide) — work way upstream in your inflammatory process.
Some of us have heard the news that 2015 is shaping up to be maybe the worst allergy season ever.