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Ethylene Glycol Poisoning - PG Allergy...I am not alone, how does everyone else cope?

Posted 29 Oct 2012 by Cdacpa 4 answers

... pg about two months ago. I have Addison's Disease, so I have to take steroids every day for life. This makes allergy testing impossible, but since avoidance is 100% successful for symptom resolution, my history convinced the allergist. I have many strange reactions to things dating back to ...

Ethylene Glycol Poisoning - Is it possible to become poisoned from breathing the vapors of?

Posted 17 Oct 2013 by duckman949 2 answers

... antifreeze from a leaking heater core for an extended time? I drove for about ten hours breathing in what smelled like burnt antifreeze. it was a vapor coming through the vents into the cab area. i had the windows open a couple inches for ventilation but pulled over and stopped when I started ...

Ethylene Glycol Poisoning - Has anyone been tested for the peg allergy?

Posted 19 Apr 2012 by PEGMOMMA 1 answer

My dermatologist has the test for it but they are not really equipped to handle a full blown reaction so we opted not to do it. They do the scratch test put a band aid on it and send you home and you come back in a couple of days to check it. My Allergist never heard of it and doesn't know how ...

Ethylene Glycol Poisoning - What antihistamines do NOT have polyethelene glycol in them?

Posted 27 Feb 2011 by Kermit88 9 answers

I am VERY allergic to polyethylene glycol and sodium laurel sulfate. I have had severe breathing problems, and headaches as well as tightness in the chest, swelling of the mouth, throat gums, lips and anaphalaxis. So far I have found that Claritan, Zyrtec, AllerD, Benadryl and Xyzal all have P.E.G. ...

What blood pressure medicines do NOT include polyethylene glycol?

Posted 10 Feb 2011 by Kermit88 4 answers

I am severely allergic to polyethylene glycol with the following symptoms when ingested in medicines or used in cosmetic preparations : rash; hives; itching; difficulty breathing; tightness in the chest; swelling of the mouth, face, lips, and tongue. I have had an anaphylactic reaction to it, and ...

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