People should then stop self medicating and visit a doctor and if side effects are happening then report it and find a new drug.

People build tolerances and reactions to drugs over time and if a person is allergic and require something 24x7x36 they need to do so with a doctor.

Allergic response all generate with IgE and the cardiovascular system and there are new therapies available. E.g. I found out most 24 hour pills only really are formulated for 18 hours and unless you are doubling up people actually exhaust the drug.

I can empathize with folks plight but can’t sympathize if they don’t actively change their environment or food intake along with a doctors supervision.

I have severe Cat IV allergies and have a horse farm. I struggled with them with a cocktail of Allegra-d Zyrtec and Flonase.

Once properly diagnosed, I am on Xolair And Singular and I augment it with Dymista and during peak season add Allegra back in. Do note, I only put the last two in during peak seasons and trail off. I run Hepa filters and monitor my environment.

I am engineer based and took a science based approach to it with my Doctor. If a person is having a negative reaction they need to ask for help and find another drug.

Lover of people, Texas Feminist Liberal Democrat, Horse Farm, High Tech Gadget ENFP Guy, and someone who appreciates the struggle of women and wants to help.

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