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Posted by on June 07, 2000 at 22:59:04:

In Reply to: can allergies make me feel flushed/feverish? posted by michelep on June 02, 2000 at 13:24:58:

: I've posted before about my symptoms...lightheadedness, sinus pressure, ear pressure, post-nasal drip sore throat...but another one I wonder about is that I often feel flushed - I mean, my face feels hot, as if I am getting a fever. When I take my temp when I'm feeling that way, it's about 99, which is high for me. Can this be due to the allergies? I had a CT of my sinuses done, and it showed sinus inflammation, presumably due to the allergies, but no infection. I know that at least one person here (I think it was Vicki?) told me that she had a similar symptom, but was wondering whether other people do, too, and why allergies would cause that. Is it secondary to the inflammation?

: Thanks for any input. Sometimes I worry that something more is wrong with me. I am going to see an allergist next week, so I'm hoping that will help, too.

: Michele

hi, i have the same symptoms and this is very dangerous. does you teeth seem to be a little yellow to. i have a latex allergfy and a chemical allergy to colonphon and mbt the chemical allergy is tested with a test called true test.
the detoxification program for skin save my life. from this allergic reaacion i trun purple and had a temp of a 111033.5 i was burning from the inside out. i thought i was going to be brain damage when i could feel the liquid start to boil on the inside of my head. . between the eepi-pen and the detoxifcation of the skin method. i am okay ten days later my incision opened up and raw ficu was coming out for over a month . i never had an infection or redness around the wound because i use the detoxifictio solution on my bandaage. the surgeon were inpressed and said that they had never seen a wound think this be so clean. so, the detoxification method really works.

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