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Dead cockroaches.
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lactose
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Sogno- wrote:

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I feel your pain. I had that as well.
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Asthma is a beauty...because of it, I am allergic to Pollen and dust. Just the sniffles, nothing too bad. The real problems occur after eating a Kiwi fruit. Throat closes up, Get super weak and fatigued. Not a fun time in general
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Not really any medical allergies,
but I am very bothered by smoke
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Bad reactions to vicodin and cheap metals.
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Family members.
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bserria wrote:

Family members.


For real?
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Thfelese wrote:


bserria wrote:

Family members.


For real?

No, but they really do cause me an irritation rash/head ache from family drama.

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Strong perfumes, the new deodorant, body-washes that I can smell 10 yards away.... Seriously, it makes me cough... almost choke... One of the guys I work with uses that stuff, I call him TIDE-BOY, he smells like an open box of Tide detergent. This one gal I used to work with was told that if she couldn't wash off her perfume she'd get kicked off a flight she was on. I could always tell when she was snooping around, her perfume would linger for about 15 minutes or more.

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It's not so much an allergy as a sensitivity, but light. I'm very sensitive to it. That's not to say that I can't go outside or anything, but let's just say the people at the "Eco Fair" are blown away by the fact I can always tell which light is fluorescent and which is incandescent.

I get frequent migraines, and if I spend too much time in major fluorescent-lit areas (office buildings, etc.) I will get a migraine that will take me out for a few days. Another trigger is smell: strong perfume and the smell of cheap "mini-cigars" idiots buy at the gas station 2 for 99 cents. They're not even tobacco, they're scraps of paper soaked in chemicals to look like tobacco.
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I get contact dermatitis really easily off rubbers and powdery substances especially on my hands because I already have eczema, but I have to be careful with eyeshadow too.

Real cigarette smoke bothers my throat rather badly, I'm glad Iowa banned cigarettes in public places it helped me out.
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