I have food intolerances. I get very sick with wheat. It feels like I'm going to die. I my skin test showed a giant hive for wheat, but my blood work is neg. I had a positive skin test for dairy, but I can eat it with no problems. I don't understand.
I believe this stems for high histamine level when I was taking allergy shots. I have ragweed and various tree allergies I was being treated for. I have already had to stop eating melons, squash, pumpkin, because of a cross-contamination. I'm allergic to artificial colorings, latex, aspirin, bananas. My diet is limited. Has anyone had allergic reactions after beginning to eat a… read more
I found the results were fairly accurate. I hade it done after my allergist recommended it. The next allergist I saw said that there is no scientific basis behind the results.
I use to eat all forms of fruit, boxes and boxes full of it. As a child I disliked veggies and meat. Then I noticed that I had a allergic reaction to Lici's, Avo's followed and then PawPaws and mellons, now tomatoes are becoming a problem.
At one stage I accidentally at a pizza with avo on it and it did not affect me. i guess because it was cooked. Tomatoes that are cooked are ok too.
The reaction I get is that I cannot breath. This is awful. Does anyone know what does these fruits… read more
I have Auticaria. The hives never go away they just shift to other parts of my body.
I have been for food allergy tests,lupus and blood tests. The dermatologist has now recommended that I go to Groote Schuur hospital for further testing.
Has anyone been through that process?
What do they test for?
I have a medical condition that makes it dangerous for me to have any medicine with epinephrine in it. Does anyone else have this problem, and if yes, what do you do about it?
Wot foods to avoid
I’ve had itchy mouth, wheezing, instant diarrhea when eating strawberries, although blood testing was negative. Today an apple made me feel light-headed, and “just not right.” My husband thinks it’s just anxiety (maybe it is). Is anyone else affected this way?
There is a treatment where small amounts of cows milk protein is injected into the skin over a period of time in order to familiarise your body with the protein and not have it 'attack' the cells when consumed. Does this work?