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Why Can I Eat Scrambled Eggs But Have Allergic Reaction To Deviled Eggs
I have swollen lips due to allergic reaction to seafoods, chicken and egg. I used to eat them before. Its almost 3months now and its still swollen.?
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
Would taking the peptides ghrp 2 ghrp 6 or cjc 1259 cause an allergic reaction, I am allergic to nuts, dairy products and eggs?
Probably not: But I do not think that you should take them anyway. ...Read more
After eating scrambled eggs for the first time my 9 month old started gagging and got very fussy and congested. Could this be an allergic reaction?
Yes: I encourage parents to avoid eggs until after a year of age. If your kid has any negative reaction to a new food you should avoid it for at least a month or more depending on the degree of response. Hives or breathing problems should increase avoidance until you have discussed the issue with your doc, and possibly had allergy tests run. Some food reactions can increase intensity each time. ...Read more
Allergic reaction to whatever I apply on scalp be it honey, shampoo, onion, egg? Why is this happening
My daughter is able to get her flu shot but I'm scared she will have an allergic reaction to the chicken eggs used. Any suggestions?
What type of: Reaction did she have in the past? If there has been any reaction that can be attributed, then the flu shot is not for her. If she has had a reaction, and she got the flu shot, I would have Benadryl (diphenhydramine) and/or Atarax ready with perhaps some Epi pen just in case. Egg allergies can be nasty and unpredictable. ...Read more
Was under sedation with propofol for IVF egg retrieval. Was given antibiotic cefuroxime and novalgin for pain. Started to cough. They said it was like an asthma attack. Antibiotic allergic reaction?
Metamizole was banned in usa in 1977 due to risk of agranulocytosis and you are in california. It may be reaction to anesthesia or novalgin wherever you were given this drug (metamizole)
it is unlikely a reaction to antibiotics.
If it ever happens again check with your doctor. Do not take novalgin while you are pregnant. ...Read more
What are common MMR reactions? My daughters allergist will administer it due to egg allergies. What can I expect?
Usually nothing: Every day, thousands get an MMR vaccination, and nothing happens except in a few cases. There sometimes is irritation, itching, or soreness at the shot site. A few kids get a mild fever a few days later, and even fewer got some red-spots rash. People with mild rashes to eating eggs are not expected to get an allergic reaction, but getting the shot at the allergist's office is ok for extra safety. ...Read more
Possibly: This could be related to an egg allergy, although it could be something else as well. It would be worthwhile being evaluated to determine more certainly. ...Read more
Could one develop a peanut, egg, wheat allergy as an adult as well? Never allergic before. Or common allergies such as cit fruit, wheat, nuts? Tests?
Possible: It is possible to become allergic to certain foods at an older age. ...Read more
Hi, is there a medicine for allergies in eating chicken and eggs? I get skin rashes which are very itchy everytime I eat. Thank you.
Avoidance.: The way to avoid allergic reactions is to avoid eating chicken and eggs. An antihistamine such as Allegra or Claritin (loratadine) might blunt the reaction somewhat, if you take it before eating the offending food, but it won't work as well as not eating the food in the first place. ...Read more
Is it unusual to be allergic to onions, broccoli, spinach, carrots, peaches and eggs? I also have inhalant, dust, mold and pollen allergies.
Yes: This number of allergies is not common. Someone with these problems requires an evaluation by a specialist in allergy and immunology to identify if you are truly allergic to these things or if there is some other potential problem. ...Read more
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
I am allergic to seafood but I can eat tunafish and breaded shrimp can I eat lobster and crab without having an allergic reaction?
Difficult to answer: Seafood includes shellfish and fish. Shellfish includes mollusks and crustaceans. You describe being able to eat a sea dwelling fish (tuna) and a crustacean (shrimp). Therefore you are not allergic to seafood. Lobsters and crabs are crustaceans and share the same allergy inducing protein tropomyosin. It does not appear you are allergic to that or you would have had trouble with shrimp. ...Read more
8mo is preferring solids. Not just jarred food but pieces to chew. Can I give him soft scrambled eggs? I read conflicting reviews on allergies/safety.
Yes: It is no longer that controversial. Recent studies showed that introducing table food later than the 1st 6 months of life may actually increase the risk of developing food allergies. It appears that it is better to get the baby on regular food (if tolerated) as early as 4 months of age. ...Read more
Many dogs few tricks: 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
Allergist: See a board certified allergist to find out exactly what you are allergic to. Then a plan can be developed specifically for those allergies. ...Read more
Your immune system: You have a tendency to develop allergies to foreign proteins in your diet. I am interested in your wine allergy. Reactions to wine are either pharmacologic - the alcohol & other ingredients care drugs that cause nasal congestion or the sulfiting agents in the wine trigger asthma. Wine is often clarified by dropping a raw egg through it. If you are very allergic to egg this could be a denominator. ...Read more
Most: Most kids do after age 5 to 7. ...Read more
Flu shot may be OK.:
There have been a number of recent studies addressing this problem. Recommendations now include that the flu shot can be given to someone with mild to moderate egg allergy (hives, for example) with doctor supervision. Not enough space here to adequately describe rules for this. For more info, see:
http://www. Cdc. Gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/mm6033a3.Htm. ...Read more
Avoid them and...:
It is important to avoid foods you are allergic to; in the case of eggs this includes foods made with eggs, including mayo, pastries, some noodles etc. How strictly to avoid them depends on what your reaction is.
Many with allergies have intestinal imbalances such as yeast overgrowth & parasites. After treating these and continuing to avoid the food for several months sometimes allergies go away. ...Read more
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I have post nasal drip after eating eggs n drinking cows milk for years, then I get an infection n need antiblood tests didn't show allergies, how come?
What are good table foods to try on a 13 mon old with egg and almond allergies? She has a bad gag reflux that doesn't help either.
Avoid egg nut peanut: Avoid all products with egg, tree nuts (almond, brazil nut, hazelnut, cashew, pistachio, pecan, walnut, macadamia), peanuts. Person with tree nut allergy has 23-50% chance of being peanut allergic and allergy to one tree nut frequently associated with other tree nut allergies. Read labels carefully. It is essential to see allergist skilled in food allergy to sort out what the baby's allergies are. ...Read more
What are some good solid foods to try with my 14 mon old? She is picky and has eggs and tree but allergies and still on baby food.
See your allergist: This is a discussion best held with the allergist who did the skin testing on your daughter. Your allergist can make much better recommendations about her specific situation than we can here on healthtap, and if you still have questions, can direct you to a dietician to get further advice. ...Read more
Is my 1 yr old at risk of anaphylitic shock he allergies to dairy soy wheat gluten egg tomatoes citrics advised no nuts im worried?
Verified???: There are kids with significant risk with food allergies and some that are over diagnosed. Only the docs involved can make this determination based on the ige tests they have done. Having Epinephrine injector available if appropriate is a help. Have a discussion with your doc and come to an understanding of what to do if problems arise. ...Read more
My 1 year old son was diagnosed with allergy to eggs and nuts via blood test. Neither parents have such allergies. Can he grow out of those allergies?
He may not have them: Blood tests measure ige antibodies to a specific antigen (eg. Peanuts). However, they may or may not correlate clinically with allergies. It would be wise to consult with a board certified allergist before assuming your son is allergies. If he is, he is more likely to outgrow allergies to eggs after a few years then outgrow allergies to peanuts which he may have for a lifetime. ...Read more
How does one recuperate 8 years after being diagnosed with giardia & allergies to wheat, diary, soy, eggs, beef, garlic, citrus & nuts. Malabsorption is a problem. Many md's & nd's have been consulted with no results. Help!?
Malabsorption: Complex case-you have clearly had many good minds approach these issues with you. I'm so sorry, but this forum is not designed to tackle problems as complex as you are describing. What to even tell you to seek? Perhaps a good allergist who really works closely with a GI doc and has a nutritionist on staff...You will need to focus on foods that you are able to eat and try to work from there. ...Read more
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