How To Cure Cold Allergies, Heart Palpitations Of Red-red Skin.?
I am allergic to cold from a small heart palpitations, red skin red, Gantel Bnyakk, cold, dizziness, panic (not calm / uncomfortable), Lemes, little tightness, sometimes tired eyes, hot skin surface before I get allergic I am sick given the disease of lycocytes and when I was healed I was told that the pain was almost leukemia and after that allergy appeared and until now .. I was 16 years old, guess why? How to get well?
I am a little difficult to understand your sentences, because of lack of a dot. So what you mean is how to cure allergies, or leukemia, or do you ask about the relationship between leukemia and allergies? I will try to discuss it according to my arrest.
Make sure first whether you really have leukemia. There is no such thing as an 'almost leukemia' condition. The right statement is you have leukemia or you don't have leukemia. Consult this with your pediatrician (because you are under 18 years old). Symptoms of leukemia are generally in the form of bruises that appear without cause, nosebleeds, pale, chronic fatigue, lethargy, nausea, stomach discomfort, and so on. The doctor will examine blood samples and blood smears to count the number of each type of blood cell and assess the shape of the blood cells. Therapy of course depends on the findings of the doctor.
Regarding allergies, the causes are very diverse, it could be due to food, exposure to chemicals, drugs, temperature, and so on. Allergy is a condition that generally cannot be cured. In some cases, allergies can disappear after repeated exposure to the allergen, this is called desensitization. But in other cases, allergies will be had for life. Someone who knows what triggers the allergy, should avoid these triggers. When there is no contact with the trigger, allergies will not appear. You can only take anti-histamine drugs to overcome these allergies, but first consult with your doctor. Your doctor may advise you to do an allergy test, to find out what ingredients trigger your allergies.
There is no direct relationship between allergies and leukemia. Thus information from us, hopefully you get clarity. Regards.