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    Severe allergies cause a systemic response.
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    An_254557 posted:
    Two years ago I went into anaphylaxis shock and put into the hospital. I have been in treatments ever since. Every time I get I treatment I am sick for from 1 to 3 days. I have flu like symptoms, low grade fever, and ache in all my joints. My Doctor has diluted my treatments 3 or 4 times this year. I Still have systemic response every day, shortness of breath and light headed. Is this normal? I'm allergic to Most pollens and animals. I'm allergic to pollens that are release all year.


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