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Do I Have Egg Allergies I Smell Like Sulfur After I Eat Them
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
Methane: The sulfur smell is a metabolic end product of digestion. ...Read more
If my bms are always looser and smell of eggs after I eat eggs, does that mean I'm having trouble digesting them and should cut them out of my diet?
My gas smells like rotten eggs but I haven't eaten anything that can produce sulfur. Is this bacterial?
Most likely: Breakdown products of normal digestion often give stool/intestinal gas the typical rotten egg smell. Bacteria participate in this breakdown process, enabling us to digest our food. If you have recently been diagnosed with colon cancer, have had surgery for this or are currently under treatment, consult your doctor with concerns about your overall bowel health. Take care ...Read more
I have sulphur burps that's making me puke and I feel bloated what can I take to get rid of the egg smell burps its gross?
Belching that tastes and smells like sulphur (rotton eggs) usually followed by a painful stomach ache. This lasts till I puke up. What can this be?
I am not sure:
At all mainly since you are so young. Your complaint is usually the case of motility namely gastric emptying problems. Other option is infestation with a single cell parasite giardia lamblia but this goes with diarrhea you do not mention.
I suggest see a GI specialist to check your stomach emptying. If that would be confirmed, blood test r/o an auto immune condition is in place. ...Read more
My urine smells like rotten eggs and sulphur. My sweat & my breath smells the same. Ppl say my breath smells like metal. No uti, diabetes, or STD.?
I seem to have a foul odor sometimes during urination.kind of like a hard-boiled egg smell. I think it could be what I eat (mostly pasta) but not sur?
See an allergist: Many people with food allergies, especially egg, can tolerate it when it is cooked. This is because the cooking process denatures the proteins in the food. However, it is important to take food allergies very seriously and to be followed by an allergist. Also, make sure you have epinephrine products with you in case you ever have a severe food allergic reaction. ...Read more
Read lables: Food allergies vary from mild to life threatening. Most fall into the mild category with many vague effects on digestion or health. Specific food intolerance are best managed by educating yourself on what foods you should avoid. Processed foods may contain items you want to avoid, but the labels will list the contents. Various websites have lists you can download. ...Read more
Food allergy: First, make sure you have a good diagnosis of food allergy by a well-trained allergist. Remember food allergy testing by itself does not necessarily equate to a clinical reaction to that particular food but rather it gives your doctor a risk assessment for food allergy. If you have real allergic reactions to milk, egg and nuts, you just have to avoid them and can eat anything else. ...Read more
Different allergens: If you have already consumed chicken and tolerated it, then you should be able to continue eating it. Chicken and egg allergy are different proteins and most patients with egg allergy do not have chicken allergy. However, anyone can be allergic to or develop an allergy to any food so the best way to know is based on how you've tolerated it in the past. An allergist can help in the evaluation. ...Read more
When I eat food such an egg or fruits and visit the toilet after some hours my tools smells exactly what I had eaten?
Can be malabsorption:
Since the stool smells similarly to the food you have eaten, it may indicate a malabsorption issue.....
Think of the following simple issues
Chronic use of ppis? Leading to decreased acid
toxin exposures? Leading to poor gut flora
Food allergy? (not necessarily the same)
consider simple things like
no ppis for a short time
Persisting? Then md. ...Read more
Usually OK: The chance of cross-reactivity is around 10% so for most people it will be ok. ...Read more
After I eat sugars I get a clear seepage from my anus that smells foul like feces and has a mucousy consistency, what is this?
Depends: Some patients will only react to scrambled eggs while tolerating eggs in baked goods. When the egg allergen is baked, it changes the nature of the allergen. Some children with egg allergy need to avoid all egg products. There is a blood test to help determine which kids may tolerate baked eggs but history and an in office food challenge by an allergy office is the best way to evaluate this. ...Read more
You may or may not: Cross react.Get a more detailed answer ›
No formal limits: The AHA recommends that adults don't eat more than 4 egg yolks a week. For children the recommendation is no more than 300 mg cholesterol daily and an egg has about 230 mg. So I would assume a toddler should have even less. I would say then a happy medium would be an egg every other day. ...Read more
NO: Almost 100% of individuals allergic to egg are allergic to egg white or ovoalbumin. A small percentage can tolerate egg yolk; it is safest to avoid all egg products. Recent reports suggest that egg-allergic children might tolerated baked eggs, however it is not straightforward to predict who these semi-tolerant children might be. ...Read more
May not be gluten: You will have to specify the type of food you eat for us to give you an answer. If the reaction is confined solely to wheat, then wheat allergy should be considered. Oat was considered a source of gluten but it turned out that it was just contaminated by wheat. Gluten-free oat is now available. ...Read more
Don't recommend: I would not want you to learn the hard way that you are allergic to turkey eggs as well. If you want to know see an allergist and be tested. ...Read more
I have skin allergy I can't eat fish and eggs and I can't avoid that foods I love it what shall I do?
Every time I eat egg, an ulcer will grow immediately in my skin. Is it possible? Is this some kinda allergy or not?
Unlikely related: One ulcer on the skin is not indicative of food alergy. Your symptoms warrant medical attention, you need to see your doctor about your skin condition. ...Read more
Doing AIP diet for hashis. If I don't eat nuts, egg,some fruit, dairy for more than over a year do I have a chance for allergy when introduced again?
No: Your chance of developing an allergy to a food eliminated for extended period is not any higher than before. ...Read more
I have horrible chest pain after I eat eggs. It seems to start real slight, then gradually gets untolerable, then slowly eases back off, then repeats this cycle every minute for about a half hour or so. Along with the chest pain, I produce lots of saliva.
Why do I smell like fecal, rotten eggs, garbage, cat pee? What should I do about it? What should I eat, and what supplements should I take?
Personal hygiene?: Hi. Not to question the obvious, but are you clean? Feces, rotten eggs, garbage, and cat pee odors bring hygiene into question. Do you have cats? Do you keep their litter box clean? Are your bowel habits sanitary? I see you're on 2 antibiotics. Any changes in bowel habits on them? They can really mess with normal gut bacteria. Sorry, not much to go on here. Talk with your doc. Good luck! ...Read more
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