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What are some avocado allergy symptoms?

What are some avocado allergy symptoms?

Various: Eating avocado, if you are allergic to it, may cause itchy mouth, sore mouth, nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramps, diarrhea, hives, skin itching, drop in blood pressure, loss of consciousness, or even death. This is a partial list of potential symptoms. You may only get 1 or 2 of these. Symptoms with avocado could also indicate an allergy to ragweed or latex. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of an avocado allergy?

What are the symptoms of an avocado allergy?

Hives, itchy mouth: Allergy to avocado is rare, but similar to other food allergies it can cause hives, swelling, breathing trouble, abdominal pain and vomiting. Some patients will have "oral allergy syndrome" from fruits and vegetable. Symptoms from this include itching and swelling in the mouth and lips. ...Read more

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Can you have coconut oil if you have a coconut allergy?

Can you have coconut oil if you have a coconut allergy?

Should not: If you have a true coconut allergy, you should avoid the oil too. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Avocado allergy?

What is the definition or description of: Avocado allergy?

Foo Allergy: Allergy to any food, in this case avacado will cause symptoms of oral itching, lip or tongue swelling, hives, breathing difficulty and/or throat closure etc. It is as an IgE mediated reaction. Food allergy is diagnosed with clinical history followed by skin or blood test and that information helps establish the diagnosis and severity of the allergy. ...Read more

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Is there such a thing as a canola oil allergy? If so, what are the symptoms?

Is there such a thing as a canola oil allergy? If so, what are the symptoms?

Yes: Canola is a plant in the family of rapeseed. People can have allergies to these plants leading to similar reactions. Testing for an allergy can be accomplished through an allergist. ...Read more

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I have allergy by applied of some oil. Now whole body itching. Dr. What medicine I can use please help me?

Allergic dermatitis.: Make sure you have washed off all the oil. An antihistamine, such as Diphenhydramine or loratidine, may be helpful. If no relief contact your physician, he may consider prescribing an oral steroid. In any case, avoid further exposure to the oil that caused this. ...Read more

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I have allergy to avocado and need a replacement that is equally as healthy as avocado's, what do you recommend?

I have allergy to avocado and need a replacement that is equally as healthy as avocado's, what do you recommend?

So Many Options: Green leafy vegetables (loaded with fiber, vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals); also brussels sprouts, cauliflower, cabbage, kale and bok choy; blueberries (have disease-fighting phytochemicals, flavinoids and soluble fiber), wild salmon, walnuts, and beans. All are great healthy options and delicious too! ...Read more

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Sunflower allergy --problem with oil?

Sunflower allergy --problem with oil?

No problem w/ oil: If you are allergic to sunflower seed, you may still eat or cook with the highly purified oil. The allergy is to the proteins in the sunflower seed. Highly purified sunflower oil should not contain any significant protein. However, in very highly sensitive patients with a history of a severe reaction, it may be best to avoid the sunflower oil as well. ...Read more

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Allergy to lemon oil, is that possible?

Allergy to lemon oil, is that possible?

Maybe: This has been described only once in the medical literature (in 1990). It was reported in a women who worked handling lemon peel and lemon oil for several years. The reaction she got was a skin reaction on her fingers where she handled these products. It is exceedingly rare, but it may be possible to have a lemon oil allergy. ...Read more

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If sesame allergy, can I have sesame oil?

If sesame allergy, can I have sesame oil?

No: If you are allergic to sesame seeds, the best thing is to read labels and make sure you do not eat, touch or inhale anything that contains them. ...Read more

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Why is canola or soy cooking oil for allergies?

Why is canola or soy cooking oil for allergies?

Better than corn?: Good morning, corn is more allergenic ; any oil of animal origin could also be more allergy inducing. However there is no scientific data to support the claim. However, there are increasing incidence of soy allergy reported on children. ...Read more

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Is rapeseed oil dangerous for seed allergy sufferers?

No: It doesn't taste very good. Canola oil is a variety of the same plant. Only the "cold pressed" oils have enough protein to have reactions. ...Read more

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I think I have an allergy to rapeseed oil. Is that common?

I think I have an allergy to rapeseed oil. Is that common?

A rare allergy: Rapeseed oil is called canola oil today. It's the basic ingredient of most vegetable oils. Because canola oil is extracted at very high heat from the seeds any allergenic proteins are denatured and rendered harmless by the processing. ...Read more

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Are those that are allergic to peanut oil more prone to have other allergies?

Not really: You cannot be allergic to peanut oil but peanut, other allergies possible but not really. ...Read more

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Please tell me, could I use skincare products with almond oil if I have a nut allergy?

Please tell me, could I use skincare products with almond oil if I have a nut allergy?

Might just rash out: No clear answer here. Manufacturers' labels warn of high risk, but I can't find quality literature proving anaphylaxis from applying products containing nut oils to intact skin. Wide differences exist in how cosmetics are processed that can affect chance of rxn. We know sensitization can happen, tho. Open skin could add risk. Alternatively contact dermatitis is possible. Prudence is best. Avoid. ...Read more

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Can you tell me if I could use skincare products with almond oil if I have a nut allergy?

Can you tell me if I could use skincare products with almond oil if I have a nut allergy?

Avoid: I would avoid topical skin care preparations with food products in them entirely, especially if you have any atopic skin conditions like eczema. If applied to open or damaged skin, these food based products can cause you to become sensitized to the food itself, putting you at risk for developing an allergy. I recommend fragrant-free, dye-free products like Vanicream, Aquaphor, Eucerin, or Cetaphil ...Read more

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Is there a way to determine if your child has a food aversion versus an allergy, like peanut butter versus something cooked in peanut oil?

Is there a way to determine if your child has a food aversion versus an allergy, like peanut butter versus something cooked in peanut oil?

Allergy blood test: Your pedi can do blood testing for peanut allergy. Allergy symptoms can include itchy mouth, lip or tongue or facial swelling, difficulty breathing, or hives. Food intolerance means child may have mild symptoms and will likely outgrow the allergy. Only 30% of kids outgrow peanut allergy sometime between 6 yrs and 16 yrs. Problem. Peanut allergy can be life threatening and related to any peanut p. ...Read more

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Walnut allergy reaction to its oil?

Walnut allergy reaction to its oil?

Tree nut allergy: If you are allergic to walnut, I would recommend avoidance of all tree nuts and their oils which may not be purified. ...Read more

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Can someone have allergies to fish oil?

Probably not: Oils are fats that don't usually cause allergic reactions (most allergies are directed against proteins). Manufacturers of fish oil supplements recommend that fish-allergic people avoid their product because they can't guarantee the absence of fish protein in their pills. One small study skin tested fish-allergic patients to fish oil and gave them supplements orally; none had an allergic response. ...Read more

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Walnut allergy so can u have reaction to its oil?

Possibly: If the oil to which you are referring is 100% purified, then all of the protein has been removed and it is generally considered safe. However, most "food oils" are not 100% pure (the protein is what provides the flavor in food oils) and thus could put you at risk for an allergic reaction. 100% pure oils are often used as industrial lubricants. ...Read more

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I have a rice allergy, can I eat items with bran oil?

I have a rice allergy, can I eat items with bran oil?

Perhaps: If the symptoms of your allergy are anaphylaxis discuss this with your allergist. Depending on your allergic history the answer may be to not take a chance or to try an oral challenge under close medical observation in the hospital or the allergy office. If you tolerate bran oil there you would be able to use it elsewhere. ...Read more

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Can you have peanut oil despite having a severe peanut allergy?

Can you have peanut oil despite having a severe peanut allergy?

Usually: Peanut allergy is a sensitivity to the protein found in peanuts--not necessarily the oil. Most fast food restaurants used peanut oil that has none of the allergic proteins. There are some peanut oils (cold pressed or poorly refined) that should be avoided. ...Read more

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Is oil pulling beneficial for bad allergies? Can I oil pull while ttc

Is oil pulling beneficial for bad allergies? Can I oil pull while ttc

Never heard of it: What is oil pulling? I have never heard of this treatment for allergic diseases. I have a rather open mind and have found no herbal medication doing much for allergies thus far. Do note that with anything, there is a 30% placebo effect. See an allergist to make sure you are doing thing that may jeopardize your pregnancy. ...Read more

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Is refined sesame oil safe for someone with a sesame allergy? Does refining remove the allergen?

Is refined sesame oil safe for someone with a sesame allergy? Does refining remove the allergen?

Possibly: Most vegetable oil are not allergenic with rare exceptions. In fact, I had reported a case of sesame seed oil anaphylaxis in the J of Allergy & Clin Immunology over 20 years ago- I believe it was the first time a seed oil was ever reported to have caused allergic reactions. If you had anaphylaxis to the seed, it would be prudent to be tested to the oil even though the risk is very low. ...Read more

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My vit D3 has soybean oil in it. Having probs w top 8 food allergies, soybean is one. Is it ok to still take? Alternative?

My vit D3 has soybean oil in it. Having probs w top 8 food allergies, soybean is one. Is it ok to still take? Alternative?

Usually ok: Vegetable oils usually contains very little protein and thus most soy-allergic patients can tolerate the oil without problem. I doubt that you are truly allergic to 8 foods. Consult a B/C allergist to get this sort out before you end up with malnutrition and an impaired QOL. Just because a skin test or blood test is positive does not necessarily mean true allergy. ...Read more

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Is it possible to be allergic to fish oil if you have a fish allergy?

Is it possible to be allergic to fish oil if you have a fish allergy?

Possible: I would avoid if you have fish allergy. It may be specific protein of specific fish. If it is imperative you take fish oil, would make a visit to allergy/immunologist to see what options are. ...Read more