Project 365: I <3 check-ups! (Day 32)

Had myself checked-up for allergies at the Medical City. My regular dermatologist was unavailable so I opted for a new doctor from my HMO for consultation since my allergies are still on my hand and is seriously bugging the hell out of me. Its itchy and spreading across my hand.

Thankfully the line at the HMO was quick and so was at the doctor, so I finished early and was able to go to the office ahead of schedule.


3 thoughts on “Project 365: I <3 check-ups! (Day 32)

  1. An allergy is nothing but the abnormal reaction of our immune system when a harmless substance or allergen comes into its contact either by inhaling, swallowing or touching. A minimum of 1 out of 3 humans has some kind of allergy. Medical science is yet to determine why a particular individual is allergic to something and somebody else isn’t.

  2. Allergies can develop slowly over time. Just because you had no allergies as a kid doesn’t mean you’ll never have them. In fact, it’s rare that children are allergic to fish, for instance, but several adults are. Likewise, allergies may also slowly disappear. Occasionally individuals grow out of their allergies, or experience a lessening of symptoms. This is what everyone hopes for But, don’t count on it. Get assist.

  3. There are a number of allergenic fungi that trigger allergic reactions in folks. The Alternaria, Aspergillus, and Cephalosporium are commonly recognized fungi that fall under the Fungi Imperfecti group. These, specifically the Alternaria and Caldosporium are much more prevalent outdoors than indoors. They are common throughout the autumn season, but sometimes they appear within the spring and summer. Indoors, Aspergillus and Penicillium are comparatively persistent throughout the year with small impact from environmental factors.

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