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Celiac disease is not just a food allergy; it is a serious, genetic disease. People who suffer from CD are allergic to gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, rye and oats. This reaction causes damage to the small intestine and malnutrition. A specially adapted diet is the only way out. Talk about your life with Celiac Disease, learn about gluten-free foods or get some good recipes.

TMJ & Gluten Allergy/Celiacs

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Amlodipine besylate -- Does it contain gluten?

by Mary Jo Smith

gluten free diet

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by candymc5

stomach cramps every time I eat bread

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by pmatlaila

Does any one have a wheat allergy? If so, what do you eat and how often

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by Renee483337360

On gluten free diet for 6 months, still have stomach distent

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by Guest

Medication/Drug Allergies

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Drug allergies are relatively rare and should be distinguished from a drug side effect. The most common drug allergens are antibiotics but other drugs can cause reactions too. Medications can also cause analyphylaxis, a severe allergic reaction that can lead to death. Talk about your experience with a drug allergy or share info about desensitization here.

allergic to most antibiotics

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Anybody allergic to paracetamol?

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I've got allergy from paracetamol

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by alirehan

severe allergy to tylenol

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my son is allergic to paracetamol

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by marissa

Dust Mites Allergies

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  • 167 Posts

Dust mites are common allergens. They live in bedding, carpets, stuffed furniture, old clothing and stuffed toys and feed on human skin scales. An allergic reaction and asthma and/or eczema symptoms result when a person comes in contact with or inhales droppings of dust mites. Keeping a home dust-free is essential if you have a dust mite allergy. Share useful tips, ask for advice, or discuss your experiences.

Can UV light really kill dust mites to help alleviate allergies?

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by adelheid42085

mites that I can feel but not see

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cold due to allergy

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by jagdish talreja41645

how do I use baking soda & water for skin mites

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What is the best medicine for allergies to dust mites?

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Food Allergies

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  • 2420 Posts

Food allergies can cause a variety of allergic symptoms affecting the respiratory system, gastrointestinal tract, skin, or cardiovascular system. The body misinterprets certain food as harmful and releases antibodies. Each time you eat the food you are allergic to, the immune system will release histamine and cause symptoms like a tingling sensation in the mouth, swelling of the tongue and the throat, difficulty breathing, hives, vomiting, abdominal cramps, diarrhea, a drop in blood pressure, loss of consciousness and even death. Food allergies can be outgrown although certain allergies like peanuts, nuts, fish and shellfish are life-long. This forum is the place to talk about all food allergies.

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common symptoms of cilantro allergy?

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by ginger136197040

Vinegar Allergy!

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by Joshua57262937

Gag and Vomit immediately after eating avocado. How do i stop?

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by Dracon

Diagnosed with a potato allergy

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by babybouncer

allergy to vitamin c

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Adverse reaction to seafood and alcohol

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almond allergy symtoms

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May I eat coconut if I have sulfite allergy?

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by edith47982599

Pollen & Mold Allergies

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  • 275 Posts

Molds are often found in areas that are warm, dark and moist. They grow by sending tiny spores into the air and these spores cause allergy and asthma symptoms when inhaled. Pollen comes from trees, grasses and weeds and causes reactions in those sensitive to it. Pollen allergies are usually seasonal. Talk about these allergies here.

Is a sore throat a symptom of an pollen allergy?

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dry eyes, ears, nose and lips...allergies or something else?

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by katherinerine9178

Can it be a cold or allergies?

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Swollen eyes and face. Hayfever??

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Is blue mucus dangerous

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is my house making me sick?

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How to reduce pollen allergy symptoms in pregnancy?

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by alayne33989

Insect Stings and Bites

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  • 446 Posts

Insects release venom or other substances into the skin when they bite.The venom causes reactions that can range from mild to severe. Symptoms can range from mild itching or stinging sensations to fever, hives (urticaria), painful joints and swollen glands. Got a bite you don’t know how to handle, or just want to share what happened? This is the place.

assassin bug and chagas disease

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How to treat a bee sting to the face?

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Bug bites - Morocco

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I have a lump on inner left thigh

by theresawhiteside91716

Bug Bite I.D. Help!!

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Jewelry Allergies

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  • 219 Posts

A nickel allergy can occur right after the first exposure or after prolonged exposure. Nickel is a metal found in many everyday items and it’s one of the most common causes of allergic contact dermatitis. People suffering from a nickel allergy may have to avoid items such as earrings, rings, bracelets, necklaces, suspender clips, hairpins, coins, pens, utensils, and tools that contain this metal. On this forum, you can talk about different solutions for treating nickel allergies like corticosteroids, moisturizing creams, wet compresses and antihistamines.

Is there food that I should avoid if I have nickel allergy?

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by hilda21153609

How to know am I allergic to metal jewelry?

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by anne-corinne191679040

is it possible to be allergic to gold jewelry?

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by maxie43174469

I think I'm allergic to metal for my belly piercing!!

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by Guest

Possible to outgrow a nickel allergy?

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by taketii

possible metal allergies and reactions as pertaining to earrings and jewlery

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by ever_lovin_crazy

My daughter has a reaction to a metal allergy

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by MommaTamof3

Nickel Patch Test

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Lactose Intolerance

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  • 207 Posts

Lactose intolerance rarely has the potential to cause serious harm, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t extremely annoying. Lactose intolerance occurs when the intestine does not contain an enzyme called lactase needed for the digestion of lactose (milk sugar). It causes symptoms like nausea, abdominal cramps and rumbling, bloating, rectal gas (flatus) and diarrhea. How are you or your loved ones coping?

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Is it good to use lactase enzyme tablets?

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by bird119675091

can I have lactose intolerance because of lactulose?

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by elly

Fructose and Lactose Intolerant

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great place for lactose free recipes

by lois1118919

Lactose intolerance

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lactose intolerance- can I drink any milk?

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Pet Allergies

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  • 423 Posts

Unfortunately, those cute little creatures called pets we easily fall in love with can make us experience allergic reactions. The reactions usually occur after coming into contact with the animal’s dander, urine or saliva. It is feathered or furry animals such as cats, dogs, birds, and rodents that cause allergy symptoms. Ever had to part from your favorite pet or had a bad experience with somebody else’s pet? Join this forum and tell us all about it!

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Cat Bite, extreme pain, swelling, numbess

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by lydiasgranny@yahoo.com

dog saliva allergy

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Bit by stray cat. What do I do now?

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itchy skin from dog saliva? am i allergic?

by DaRkFiRe2125

Cat fur feeling in mouth. Have I developed a car allergy?

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by Pmb

Other Allergies

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  • 3202 Posts

The other allergy forums seem to cover a huge variety of allergens, but it is still possible that yours isn’t on the list. Do you have a rare or unusual allergy? Look for info, ask questions and talk about your symptoms and treatment here. You can also post on this forum if you know you’re allergic to something but have not been diagnosed with a specific allergy yet.

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Allergic to Gold Bond Cream on hands?

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Alcohol causes allergic reaction: heart races, eyes burn, head hurts

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by rensmere187227

Partial facial numbness after drinking alcohol.

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Alcohol reaction - bright red blotches

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Asian flush or alcohol allergy?

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