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    Posted: 12 Jun 2019 at 2:40am
I'm allergic to grass and it'll only get worse as the yeas go on. Dog gone it, I never used to be. After several hours mowing today. I Woke up with the dog gone nose plugged up. Sitting here flipping thru the 2 dozen channel's we get. Its pretty bad when the most unboring thing On is the "weather channel". At least 1/2 of them are paid programming tonight. I've not seen that much crap on so many channels before.
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Yeah, as you age, your body changes. I was never allergic to pollen, grass and such, and now this year its bothering me more than last year. Somethin' else to look forward to. Sheesh!   Confused
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My father in law claims a dust mask helps his grass and pollen pollen allergies when he mows grass

Edited by thendrix - 12 Jun 2019 at 6:45am
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my neighbor wears a mask when mowing.

I get kinda choked, especially when it is dry when running the Z.
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Last couple of years I feel the effects after mowing but more beer seems to help. May resort to using a mask but more beer is winning right now.
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Originally posted by Stan IL&TN Stan IL&TN wrote:

Last couple of years I feel the effects after mowing but more beer seems to help. May resort to using a mask but more beer is winning right now.

 Hey Stan,,,I'm likin how you take a scientific approach to solvin a serious problem,,,,,LOLLOL


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I never had any allergies until I was about 40.  Have allergies and asthma now.  Been tested twice for "what" it is I'm allergic to, neither time showed much.  First time was a small reaction to dust mites, second time showed Hickory.  Hickory??  Seriously??? At that, if hickory, it should only be a few weeks a year in the spring, but I have 'em 365, so nothing much makes sense.  Been tested for cows, horses, cats, dogs, all of which I'm exposed to all of the time, all are basically negative.  Hmm.... maybe I'll try more beer!Big smile

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I've been allergic to grass,trees,ragweed,pollen,dust and kitty cat dander for over 50+ years... So what do I do ? Buy a house , in the country, and have 2 cats.
After 33 years and 5 cats , Cloudy is the FIRST cat I am NOT allregic too !
I have good days, bad days. Eye drops help.
I got 3 needles every week when I was 10-11ish. Some years are better than others...

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Jay, my vet has a concoction he puts together.  A few drops on your cat's food, no more reaction to the cats.  Wife and daughter are both allergic to cats.  Anyone else's house and they're both flared up, stuffy, watery, sneezing in minutes. 
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Last summer I wound up in the emergency room from raw tomatoes. I have to watch strawberries as well. Cooked maters no problem. When I go the rice country in south Arkansas I get hives and have breathing problems. I think it skeeter spray?
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Tbone, maybe your allergic to the wife now?  Then you can tell her to leave you alone for awhile when you need time for yourself & more beer. Wink

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Originally posted by chaskaduo chaskaduo wrote:

Tbone, maybe your allergic to the wife now?  Then you can tell her to leave you alone for awhile when you need time for yourself & more beer. Wink
Now there's an idea chas!  I already tried eliminating the beer, and that did not work.  Out of pure curiosity, I eliminated coffee as a test also.  And that was much harder to do than the beer, but no help.  Sorry, dear!
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Jaybmiller is that cat a hairless cat that your not allergic to
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Ragweed, cottonwood, grass, and about whatever else grows in the spring, older I get, the worse it seems to get. Cats and most dogs make me sneeze, so it's Poodles only for us, which is fantastic because they are smarter than most peoples kids and hypo-allergenic to boot.
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Man, I feel for you guys! years ago, I discovered the hard way I was allergic to hard physical labor! I tried it once, broke out into a heavy sweat, heart rate went up, started breathing heavy. I'll never do that again!
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Lou  Thumbs Up
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Good one Luigi!!
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 Chit Lou,,,years ago,,,I contacted thet strange  allergy too,,,,but the wife and her mother kept feeding me them dang pills called " Work Pills"  and even threw in some other pills they called "responsibility" for good measure,,,,that and a good strong right foot was all it took for me to adjust,,,,,,,,,Clap
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At least I'm not yet allergic to bee stings. I didn't wear my gloves while weed eating around the hives yesterday. Got stung 5 or 6 times on my left hand, it only swelled up.
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Be careful that's the starting of being allergic
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LOOK who's talking!!,,,,,,,,,,,git outside.....HUH!

I'm with Stan on this one!  And it's not only good for allergies, but a bunch of other things too!  If you've got a problem with ANYTHING, try MORE BEER!!!  HONEST,,,,,,,,,it works for me.

Lou, are you sure it was manual labor that brought on those symptoms??  I had that problem a few times and found out is was because of this beautiful gal I ended up marrying.

Tom be REAL careful, all of a sudden you're REALLY allergic to bees.  Happened to my cousin,,,,,,,,he almost died from ONE (1) sting!!
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