What is a food allergy?
When you have a food allergy, your body thinks certain foods are trying to harm you. Your body fights back by setting off an allergic reaction. In most cases, the symptoms are mild—a rash, a stuffy nose, or an upset stomach. A mild reaction is no fun, but it is not dangerous. A serious reaction can be deadly. But quick treatment can stop a dangerous reaction.
What is a fungal nail infection?
Fungal nail infections (onychomycosis) occur when fungi invade a fingernail or toenail (nail plate) and the skin underneath the nail (nail bed). Toenails are more commonly affected than fingernails, because they grow very slowly, allowing the fungi more time to develop.
Neuralgia and problems
Neuralgia, inflammatory diseases of peripheral nerves. Neuritis strong pain during the corresponding nerve, weakness and atrophy (decrease in size) of muscles that are innervated inflamed nerve, often changing the sensitivity of skin to cold, heat, pain, touch, can be observed violations of the movements.
Antibiotics – will they help my virus infection?
Don’t expect antibiotics to cure every illness. Antibiotics are only effective against bacterial infections. In the past antibiotics were prescribed “just in case” the infection was bacterial rather than viral because it was thought that taking them “couldn’t do any harm”.
What is penicillin allergy?
A penicillin allergy is an allergic reaction that occurs when your body’s immune system overreacts to penicillin antibiotics.