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Doctor insights on: Allergic Reactions To Soy

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I got 2 on soy,peanut and other for allergic reactions test dr said 3 is positive but what about 2?

I got 2 on soy,peanut and other for allergic reactions test dr said 3 is positive but what about 2?

Would suggest avoida: While not reactive enough at this time to warrant weekly injections or oral treatment avoidance of these products would not be a bad idea at all if feel better in 2 weeks continue avoidance and keep a regular check on your allergens ...Read more

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I got tested for about 60+ allergic reactions and in food I got 2 in soy and peanut can I eat or im ok to eat it?

I got tested for about 60+ allergic reactions and in food I got 2 in soy and peanut can I eat or im ok to eat it?

Depends: Was it a blood or a skin prick test, how was the test conducted and who read it and wrote the report, are you really allergic to peanuts? Or that was it just a test result, talk to your allergist about it, in the end we treat patients not test results. Good luck ...Read more

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What are the alternatives to dairy and soy for a baby very allergic to both?

What are the alternatives to dairy and soy for a baby very allergic to both?

Elemental...: ...(or "predigested") formulas. And breast milk, of course - allergy to breast milk is extremely rare. ...Read more

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I'm allergic to soy what can I eat cuz I've heard that all food has soy what can I eat?

I'm allergic to soy what can I eat cuz I've heard that all food has soy what can I eat?

Use discernment: I am really sorry that someone told you something so foolish and untrue as "all foods have soy". Get with an evidence-based allergist and decide on a plan. Mild allergies should not seriously restrict food choices. If there is a danger of a serious reaction, carry an epinephrine needle though it would be rare to be so sensitive to soy. ...Read more

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I am allergic to soy and its hard to avoid, is there a way I can reverse my allergy so I can eat it with no side affects?

I am allergic to soy and its hard to avoid, is there a way I can reverse my allergy so I can eat it with no side affects?

Not yet but: desensitization to food or establishing tolerance to food for people with food allergies is being investigated extensively with variable results. There may well be a solution for your problem in the future. Avoidance is still the best current choice. ...Read more

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Allergic to milk and soy based formulas?

Allergic to milk and soy based formulas?

Elemental formula: There are multiple brand of formula available that are either hydrolyzed or if the allergy is true ige mediated then there are 2 formula products available that are pure Amino Acid formulas (neocate and elecare) without any of the milk or soy protiens. ...Read more

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Which sources of protein are there for a vegetarian allergic to soy?

Which sources of protein are there for a vegetarian allergic to soy?

Many: Whole grains are a great source of protein, but the one with the highest protein content is quinoa. All beans, lentils, & peas, edamame, tvp and tempeh. Nuts, including peanuts, cashews, almonds and walnuts all contain protein, as do seeds like sesame seeds and sunflower seeds. Store-bought meat substitute products & seitan are rich in protein, as are protein shakes. ...Read more

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Is there a blood test to determine if you are allergic to soy?

Is there a blood test to determine if you are allergic to soy?

Yes: Yes, but skin testing is much more sensitive. A blood test is more likely to miss a soy allergy than skin testing. See an allergist. ...Read more

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If I am now allergic to wheat, soy, dairy and eggs. What is there left to eat?

If I am now allergic to wheat, soy, dairy and eggs. What is there left to eat?

Lots!: There are plenty of things to eat and still maintain a healthy diet. However, it can be difficult to find commercially available foods or eat at restaurants, since many foods contain those ingredients. Visit the fare website at http://www.Foodallergy.Org for tips on avoiding allergens at restaurants, recipes for cooking food at home, etc. Also, talk with your allergist about additional resources. ...Read more