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Allergy Symptoms: some common ones

by Allergy Guy

Allergy symptoms, I seem to have them! Could it be that I might have allergies? you might ask yourself.

This is a good question because it is easy to assume that your symptoms might be an allergy when it isn’t, or isn’t an allergy when it may well be.

Allergy symptoms are the clues that indicate that your immune system is reacting to allergens.

There are many clues which might indicate allergies, but they are often extremely hard to read. Just because one person has certain symptoms, does not mean to say that someone else with those symptoms is allergic to the same thing, or in deed anything at all. Two people with the same allergy may have different symptoms.

Here are a list of symptoms to look out for. Just one or two symptoms may or may not mean anything. If you have several symptoms that don’t make sense when taken together, it could be an indication that you have allergies. There could be other causes as well of course.

Feel free to leave a comment with any symptoms missing here.




* There are conflicting views as to whether eczema is an allergy symptom or not.


Note: See the Bristol Stool Scale to evaluate different types of stool. Not pretty, but when you notice, you should know.



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1 Tracy September 17, 2017 at 19:07

Eczema is an allergy reaction, I get it from eating peanuts.


2 ERIKA July 2, 2017 at 16:27


You all should try wet-cupping or hijama. I had allergies for 7 years. This was the last thing I tried and the only thing that works.
I was getting congested everyday, specially in the morning, I woke up feeling unrested and weak. Always stuffy nose. I also had itching all over my body not knowing from where it came from. Some red lines or wiggly lines will appear on my back, arms legs, and feel hot with intense itching. You could tell it was something from the inside, not dryness of the skin. Long story shot, dermatologist said it was an idiopathic condition, uncertain of the reason and the end of it. Regular physician put in antihistamines and inhibitors my body could not tolerate, feeling drowsy and tired all the time. Homeopathy doctor gave antihistamines and ran an allergy that found I was allergic to protein, seashells fish, nuts and spices. Even when I stop eating those items still no improvement, the allergy specialist tested every single thing in my body, all was normal. Finally, my mom’s doctor suggested to cleanse my colon and then have a liver test.
I tried the colon cleansing that was recommended by a friend of mine. Treatment was for 30 days, I did 20 and all my symptoms disappeared
for at least 3 years, except congestion. I ended up having a deviated septum and had surgery which improved my breathing and congestions.
2 years ago, I started having itching again and discover I was allergic to gluten and red meat. I came across someone who I told about my allergies and recommended to have some treatment called hijama or wet cupping. I went for a treatment and I was fine immediately. I had some hand joint pain due to the acids in red meats and a sciatic nerve pain that was also cured at the end of the treatment. I have been medicine free, allergy free and able to eat all kinds of food, except wheat in pure form. I have not tried to eat it, thus I do not know if my body will take it or not. But I am able to eat everything else. I go for a treatment every three months but I don’t really need to. I do it to keep to detoxify my body and blood. I hope you all give it a try. Do little research on it, hijama is good for many ailments. It looks painful but it is well tolerated, do not let the images fool you. Best wishes to all.


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