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Is It Normal To Develop Numerous Allergies After A Surgery? Does Anyone Else Continuously Develop More Allergies?

Is It Normal To Develop Numerous Allergies After A Surgery? Does Anyone Else Continuously Develop More Allergies?

I keep developing new food allergies. I’m keeping track and I’m on allergy #24 for food. I have 44 allerrgies total the rest aren’t food related. But, my issue is thaf I keep developing more. I have found that I will enjoy a food for a few weeks and then I’ll suddenly have a severe reaction to it. This is what happened with apples, broccoli, cauliflower, dairy, and a few others. I was able to eat all… read more

A MyFoodAllergyTeam Member said:

my newest allergie is my top denture. the partil is a different matterial and it does not bother me. but the top denture burns all day. just give Ice, and make sure it is at room temp. My only safe thing.

posted almost 2 years ago
A MyFoodAllergyTeam Member said:

IGE is the same as immunoglobulin E correct? Because I was tested in 2016 and I was 455 and 2018 I am 396. But my allergy symptoms seem to be getting worse not better. More and more food allergies. Pollen wise and grasses have always been a problem too. Dr wants me to do shots again, But I did them 1 yr. then stopped, then 2 years as prescribed and it never helped. Now I have so many seasonal allergies he said I would need 3 shots (not 1) every week because he couldn't get them all in one vial. No thanks. :( I am hoping my hormones changing will make a difference for the better. I do believe they play a role in allergies. Gynecologist agrees. Allergy Dr does not.

posted almost 2 years ago
A MyFoodAllergyTeam Member said:

what sort of reaction? intolerance or IgE?

posted almost 2 years ago
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