Moved from NW MS to SE AZ and it hit me almost immediately - in MS it was a 2x's per year, that responded well to OTC meds - here in AZ it is constant - really severe, was tested and I reacted severly for MOLD only - RX's didn't work at all - getting shots now for 3 months and it IS working, albeit slowly?
Hay fever is a type of allergies and is not contagious
Most allergies can
no you can't catch a fever but you can catch a cold which if terrible can bring on a fever
you catch a fever because when you have germs in your body your bodys temperature naturally rises to kill the germ that could prove harmful if it didnt
They will have fever.
No, because hay fever is just another cold but from allergies.
it could be possible but improbable, ask ted nugent
Yes, they can have allergies as well as an adult.
No allergies are not contagious.
As long as you do not have a fever I'm pretty sure you are not considered sick. you could just have allergies.
You catch the typhoid fever by ingestion of contaminated food or water. Typhoid fever is transmitted by fecal/oral route.
One cause of internal fever is seasonal allergies. Also, a cold or the flu and autoimmune disorders can cause an internal fever.
You could have a viral or bacterial infection, post-nasal drip from allergies, or irritation from something you inhaled. Consult with your health care provider for advice specific to your situation.
you catch it by brushing your hair
When you catch Yellow Fever you get very sick. Yellow Fever was characterized as making you vomit black bile and get high fevers.
No. Hay fever isn't a disease, and it usually won't cause a fever - so paracetamol won't help. hay fever is an allergy, and what helps with allergies are antihistamines.
Patients should tell their physician if they have allergies or hay fever, or if they have had a reaction to a contrast solution.
They can sometimes irritate your sinuses if you have hay fever or other environmental allergies because of their shedding. They can sometimes get allergies with can make them sneeze or get a lot of dandruff or other things.
Allergies are hereditary. There is a tendency for the immune system to create IgE antibodies in people with family histories of allergies and allergic conditions like hay fever and asthma, according to NIAID.
Technically they can have hay fever. Besides that no. Things can bother their nose but that's about it.
Yes.and it can also cause the flu if its really bad.
You should wait at least 12-24 hours to go anywhere after a fever breaks. You may still be contagious and others could catch your sickness.
A cold goes away after 5-7 days!Allergies are pretty constant and you don't get a fever or chills with them either.