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    HOME ALLERGY DISCOVERY TIPS - (WORING WITH MY DOCTORE)
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    An_249878 posted:
    SHARING MY EXPERIENCE----(Discuss best options with your doctor as I did PLEASE!! There may be risks/conditions/solutions specific to you.)

    • MY FIRST ALLERGY SYMPTOMS: eczema & painful hives on skin on limbs & face.
      REMOVAL of all dairy from diet 2 weeks.
      ATE 1 square cube of "Colby cheese" & had extreme eczema plus painful hives on my skin. Removing/limiting all dairy has resolved these symptoms for me.
    • MY SECOND ALLERGY SYMPTOMS: very itchy hives on limbs & face.
      REMOVAL#1 of berry drinks then consuming them worked, but sometimes I still had it.
      REMOVAL#2 upon reading package labels of these products, I found "Citric Acid"!
      ATE small amount of lemon & sure enough that causes itchy hives No citrus then I get no itchy hives!
    • MY THIRD ALLERGY SYMPTOMS: constant itchy head.
      REMOVAL of gluten after reading about a potential connection
      ATE small amounts of bread & again itchy head plus swelling belly & other symptoms I had not noticed before.
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