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I have a milk, egg, almond and hazel nut allergy. What can I eat?

I have a milk, egg, almond and hazel nut allergy. What can I eat?

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

Dr. John Chiu
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Allergies (Definition)

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


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My daughter was diagnosed with severe egg a nut allergy 3 years ago. Been taking g zrtec for excima every day. Now both aalergies gone. Did that help?

My daughter was diagnosed with severe egg a nut allergy 3 years ago. Been taking g zrtec for excima every day. Now both aalergies gone. Did that help?

No: Children can grow out of allergy after a few years. Zyrtec (cetirizine) does not make allergies go away under any circumstance. It does block the hormone histamine that is released during an allergic reaction that can cause trouble. It's good the allergies are gone, but make sure you confirm this with your allergist before giving her the items. Peanut allergy especially rarely goes away quickly. ...Read more

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What symptoms with an egg allergy?

What symptoms with an egg allergy?

Very variable...: Eggs are one of the most common allergy-causing foods in children. Symptoms can occur minutes to a few hours after eating eggs or foods containing eggs. Signs and symptoms range from mild to severe skin rashes, hives, nasal inflammation, and vomiting or other digestive problems. Rarely, egg allergy can cause anaphylaxis — a life-threatening reaction. ...Read more

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What is symptom for sever egg Allergy?

Hives, swelling, etc: Symptoms of food allergy are the same regardless of the food - immediate (anaphylactic) hives around the mouth, 2 hours later all over. Swollen lips, tongue, face, eyelids. Expect nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, choking, coughing, difficulty breathing, sense of doom, lightheadedness, loss of consciousness. When not life-threatening as above, chronic exposure may exacerbate eczema. ...Read more

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What are common signs of an egg allergy?

What are common signs of an egg allergy?

Egg allergy: Egg allergy can lead to a worsening of eczema, it can result in hives or swelling (angioedema) of the face, mouth or entire body. Symptoms can include vomiting and diarrhea. Egg anaphylaxis (severe reaction) is less common, but more serious. Egg allergy is more common in children than adults and the triggering protein is usually in the egg white vs the yolk. ...Read more

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What symptoms manifest with an egg allergy?

What symptoms manifest with an egg allergy?

Depends: Symptoms of food allergy (egg included) may include hives, cough, shortness of breath, eczema, wheezing, vomiting or diarrhea. ...Read more

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Could someone with an egg allergy eat baked egg?

Could someone with an egg allergy eat baked egg?

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

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What are some of the symptoms of an egg allergy?

What are some of the symptoms of an egg allergy?

Multiple symptoms: Symptoms of allergy to egg (or any food) may include rash/hives, eczema, shortness of breath, cough, throat discomfort, wheezing, vomiting or diarrhea, lip/tongue swelling, etc. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Egg allergy?

What is the definition or description of: Egg allergy?

Egg allergy: Egg allergy is an allergy to eggs. Symptoms may include rash, hives, swelling of lips, tongue and rest of face when eggs are ingested. ...Read more

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What causes an egg allergy to appear in a healthy male?

What causes an egg allergy to appear in a healthy male?

No one knows: No ones the exact causes of allergies yet and why some get certain ones and others don't. ...Read more

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Would a baby die of egg allergy if it took a uncooked egg?

Would a baby die of egg allergy if it took a uncooked egg?

No raw eggs: Eating uncooked eggs is a bad idea for young children for several reasons. There is a risk of infection from bactera on the egg. Also egg should always be introduced into a diet in it's cooked form since the allergens denature (break down) when cooked. ...Read more

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My son has an egg allergy. Will my baking foods with eggs in it effect him?

Egg allergy: Yes! eggs in food still need to be avoided as heat does not denaturize the egg molecule. ...Read more

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My four year olds egg allergy seems to be getting worse! what can cause this to happen?

My four year olds egg allergy seems to be getting worse! what can cause this to happen?

Can happen: While many children lose egg allergy over time some children will actually get worse. Best to see an allergic for advice. ...Read more

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What to feed a child with milk and egg allergy?

What to feed a child with milk and egg allergy?

Many options: Fruits, veggies and grains of course. Protein foods- he/she may eat meats. Their is no reason to not eat meats with egg/milk allergy. Can also try soy products such as soy milk and tofu. Also almonds and almond milk. Walnuts and beans are good protein sources. How was the egg/milk allergy diagnosis made? How severe is the allergy? Did u c an allergist? If so ask them about eating peanuts. ...Read more

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What is egg allergy and can it be gotten rid of?

What is egg allergy and can it be gotten rid of?

It can resolve: Egg allergy is due to allergic antibody (ige) to egg protein, usually egg white. One bite of egg can cause itchy/swollen lips/mouth/throat, nausea, abdominal cramps, diarrhea, flushing/hives, low bp. Infants usually outgrow egg allergy by 6 but in adults it tends to be long lasting. New blood tests can determine to which part of the protein you react and likelihood of outgrowing the allergy. ...Read more

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How can doctors tell if somebody has an egg allergy?

How can doctors tell if somebody has an egg allergy?

Blood or skin test: A serum blood test or a skin test may detect the presence of allergic antibodies against eggs. That alone, however, is not enough to diagnose egg allergy. Sometimes, a person may harbor the anti-egg antibodies and still enjoy eggs without a problem. The next step would be to correlate your symptoms upon egg exposure with the results of the allergy testing to arrive at the correct conclusion. ...Read more

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Egg allergy but can eat yorkshire puddings, what to do?

Egg allergy but can eat yorkshire puddings, what to do?

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

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Milk and egg allergy! what foods can I eat that won't have them!?

Milk and egg allergy! what foods can I eat that won't have them!?

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

Dr. Paul Carter
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Nut Allergy (Definition)

Allergic reaction to an edible fruit kernel. Allergic reactions can include difficulty breathing, hives and swelling of face, lips, ...Read more


Dr. Eli Silver
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Egg Allergy (Definition)

Egg allergy is an allergy to eggs. Symptoms may include rash, hives, swelling of lips, tongue and rest of face ...Read more