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I was tested for allergies and it come up that I have so many allergies, some I never heard before. Most of those are recognized as food allergies. For now I only got the results of the testing, but not the therapy. Beside, I was told that I am lucky for having such small problems although I have never treated my allergies. My question: is it possible to have joint and muscle pain with allergies?? I am not able to ask my doctor jet, so I must ask you.

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It is not common thing, but happens occasionally, to have joint and muscle pain with allergies. It is rare manifestation but it can make real problems to people with allergies. I had similar problem and at the time it was so dramatic; I wasn't even able to go to work. I solved my problems with specific, allergen free diet and with kind of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs I wasn't allergic to. I hope that you will find this helpful enough.
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I spent several years in serious pain as well as having increasingly severe asthma attacks. After being "put off" multiple doctors I researched and found out about food allergies and how much help/relief you can get from a Hypoallergenic diet. I used Alpha Nutrition out of Canada and I can skip down steps again and feel so much better. I am still working out the details of what I can and cannot eat but finally feel like there is some hope. Check it out - but there was definitely a connection between wheat allergies and my joint pain. good luck.
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