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Posted by JENNY LINDLEY on November 19, 2000 at 07:51:10:

In Reply to: RE: DOES ALLERGIES AFFECT BEHAVIOR? posted by BETSY on September 23, 2000 at 01:08:31:

: My daughter is having a lot of behavioral problems, i just took her back in for retesting and her allergies are back, she has mood swings something horrible. I believe it to be connected to her allergies. She needs help and i am not sure where to turn. Feel guilty if i am punishing her for something that may not be entirely her fault

its not her fault. my dust allergie is mild compared to some peoples on here but it makes me have uncontrolable violent outbursts, i cry and shout, ive damaged my nose from blowing it so hard out of frustration. i get clumsy and brake things that makes me more angry i cant do anything but sit in the bathroom for hours i cant leave the sink because my nose and eyes are streaming so bad. dont blame your daughter if she does actually have an allergie that is. maybe she should have some tests


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