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The Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines contain polyethylene glycol (PEG), which may cause serious allergic reactions in persons who are PEG sensitive.
PEG is present in laxatives, including Plenvu, SoftLax, Purelax, MiraLax, Laxido, Glycoprep, Movicol, Cololyt, Osmolax, Macrogol and many others as well.
PEG is also present in many topical first aid ointments and steroid medications.
Ask your doctor if the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines will be safe for you to receive.
We are moving into the indoor allergy season, with no pollen in the outdoor air today in NE Wisconsin. Make sure to return in March, when we will again share the daily primary allergens and level of risk for allergy and asthma symptoms in NE Wisconsin.
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If a child has a runny nose, is the color of the discharge important? For example if the color is green would this be more of an indicator of infection?Thanks!
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I do not want to go through the same ENT as I have been seeing. everything I have tried both prescription and OTC is ineffective. I am miserable! my sinus CT shows swelling but no infection. This has been ongoing intermittently since December.
What can I do?