Every time I see my doctor he ask if I am still allergic to coconut. I am not gonna eat & find out. Then get yell at by the hospital. I am tired of it every appointment.
I've never been asked that question and actually I would be a little offended. I'm with you, I'm never going to put one of the foods I'm allergic to in my mouth!! I do everything I can to avoid accidental contact with those foods.
No they dont, but I suppose as son has used his auto injectors about 7 times! As for our daughter who is ige allergic, but not got a severe allergy, her skin prick tests still confirm allergy. I think it is very odd of a doctor to ask that question, I would ask him/her WHY he/she felt the need to ask it!
I am a caterer & my chef friends who study nutrition as I do, working with my GI have me keeping a food/exercise journal which is a great help identifying foods I can not tolerate
I diagnosed my son's dairy allergy to the milk I drank while nursing him. When he was 6 I told the new pediatrician his reactions if there was dairy in food. He asked what happened when my son drank a glass of milk! He was surprised when I told him he'd never had a glass of milk. Found another doctor.
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