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Cyclical Allergic attacks?

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  • Posted By: mareber
  • July 7, 2008
  • 03:38 AM

Good evening,

For several years now, I have been experiencing very odd allergic attacks. They usually come on during the morning and last 24-48 hours.

When this happens, I sneeze constantly with runny nose, watery eyes, slight fever, headache...most things that you would expect from typical allergies.

However, this can happen one day, and the next, I am perfectly fine, and absolutely nothing changes, not food or environment.

I began trying to keep track of these attacks a few months ago, and have found a definite pattern of every 9-14 days!

I have tried researching pollens, foods, viruses...you name it, and can not find anything that would cycle on those time frames.

But I really am looking for an answer, as when this hits, it totally knocks me down and there is no OTC med that even comes close to helping to relieve the symptoms.

I go through boxes of kleenex and am exhausted from all the sneezing!

Thanks so much in advance for any leads.

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