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I Would Like To Seek Insight On My Lab Results For My Suspected Milk Allergy.

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I started having gastrointestinal issues after consuming dairy in 2017, at the time I was postpartum and it was easier to just cut out dairy then to fight with my symptoms. However throughout the years I have grown frustrated with the idea that before 2017 I was fine, what changed? Why me? Is questions I grapple with, seeking answers I have taken blood work and these are my results through (Phone number can only be seen by MyFoodAllergyTeam users)

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I’ve heard Hormone fluctuations can make women prone to allergy development. I didn’t have any food allergies myself until after my son was born! It’s an area that demands more research for sure!

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I started having allergies after a hospital stay

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Sorry to here that

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