Allergy just like Asthma in the night and morningI'm 27 M and have some allergy. Since 12 or 13 years I had sneezing and running nose problem. If Ill get up late in the morning or if Ill put my head upward for some time the running nose used to stop. But in 2001 I got away from home for education, there once I had decentry for which I took some medicine given by shopkeeper without prescription. And from there it started the real problem I had reaction and it was just like asthma. Then if Ill itch skin somewhere that will become red and swell for nearly two months. Then nose used to run all day and digestion problems for all three years. Lots of anti allergics I had taken.
Last year again I shifted some other place there I had water allergy, sour throat and running nose, congestion all the time. Now 8 months back again Ive shifted some other place, first four months I was well, then again it started congestion all the time but this time in late night breathing become heavy just like Asthma and again it will happen early morning. So I cant sleep for more than 4 or 5 hours. And daily when it happen its so severe that I think of committing suicide. All day I feel like I have slight fever. I am taking Glevo 500, and deriphylline 150MG which is helping me. One important thing I should tell at the age of 10 I had TB in lungs and brain. Please help me or some day surely I may commit suicide.
ni3bk on 2006-12-28
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