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Allergic Reaction To Orange Juice
Could be the: preservative, if it is a canned juice, not sure if it was fresh juice, if it was, could be a reaction to material in the peel ...Read more
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
No: The risk of allergy is the same. ...Read more
Um, NO.: You mean actual orange juice, yes? Not orange-colored "juice drinks"? If so, yes, oj is made from pureed (/"squeezed") oranges, so it will trigger your allergy. ...Read more
I ate a whole organic orange , skin and all and now I have bad hives. I can drink orange juice no problems. What is in the skin i'm allergic to ?
I am slightly allergic to orange juice and last night i drank much and now I have a rash (like hives) on my butt that itch. Wat can I do without meds?
Just wanted to know about ipill side effects..
Actually before taking ipill the same day i had apicy n sour food..i had orange juice as we?
There can be several: side effects: some women experience some of them, others have no side effects at all. There can be nausea, breast tenderness, delayed or irregular menstruation, lower abdominal ache or cramping, headache, vomiting--but symptoms usually subside in a day or two. What you eat or drink the day you take it shouldn't haven't any effect. Stay well:) ...Read more
Juices not needed: Juices are the equivalent of giving a baby a coke.The sweetness factor contributes to water refusal.If u want baby to have the benefits of an apple, give apple sauce;oranges, peaches, pears, grapes etc. All benefit the child more when given as a natural food, not a refined extracted juice. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I never do: Early in training we were given elaborate reasons to introduce juices, most of which I consider bunk. I consider them flavored sugar,destined to program a kid to crave sugar as s/he ages and battle weight gain for life. I consider apple sauce, fruit wedges, etc. the proper way to use this food. I only use juices to loosen up a kids bowels when they are constipated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Just a little OJ but: Both oj and regular soda both have too much sugar. Oj has more sugar than regular soda. Any person who can eat a fruit doesn't need oj (just eat fruit!). The question is: is the sugar going to hurt you worse or sooner, or are the chemicals in soda going to hurt you worse or sooner? If overweight, high in triglycerides, having pre-diabetes or a family history of it, the sugar is one's worse enemy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not usually.: Orange juice does not usually help the bowels move properly. If it is just an occasional problem, you might want to consider prunes. In the long run, you will want to increase fiber in your diet. A fiber cereal is good for that. I mix mine up in yogurt each morning to give it a better taste. Often I add in fruit also. Good luck. ...Read more
Yes: Known food and drug interactions with Omnicef (cefdinir) include multivitamins with iron. Orange juice should be fine - I do not see any evidence that drinking orange juice will decrease its effectiveness. You may consider eating or taking a probiotic (like yogurt) to re-establish your healthy gut flora. (reference: lexicomp). ...Read more
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