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 If someone is allergic to milk and seafood what can they eat?
I met a really sweet girl who told me she was allergic to seafood and milk. I would like to take her out to, or make her dinner, but what could I make or what type of restraunt would be best. Thank ...


 Can dog hair cause croup or aggravate it in any way?
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 How can my runny nose stop?
I woke up one day and my trought hurt for like a week then i got a horrible headache and runny nose now i've had a runny nose for like 2 weeks i have allergies but, I don't think it's ...


 Is there a milk for people who are Lactose Intolorance?
The only time I like milk is with cereal, but I'm Lactose Intolorant.

Any suggestions will be appreciated, thanks!...


 Can you take zithromax if you are allergic to penicillin? Or can you take Cipro? I'm not sure which to take
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 Lately I have been really tired and sleeping 10-12 hrs per night.?
I eat plenty of vegetables and red meat.I get enough exercise.Could it possibly be an allergy?...


 How do you get rid of allergies quickly!?!?! HELP!?
during the summer...I've had allergies bad..and I just got rid of them like three or more weeks ago! and now, they're back. and school starts on Monday! I do NOT want to be sneezing my ...


 Does anyone have any home remedies for sinus/allergy problems?
I already use a prescribed nasal spray, allergy pill and I do a sinus rinse everyday. I'm looking for possible home remedies and/or homeopathic remedies. Or just about anything that might help ...


 Help... my 1yr old may be lactose intolerent or allergic to milk???
my daughter has had eczema since she was 3 months old (the time we started her on whole milk formula my doctor never told me that the eczema could be there because of the milk formula now she is 1 yr ...


 What side of yo nose to pic on a rainy day ?
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 Why do my eyes itch and water?
Every now and then, my eyes start itching a lot, and watering. (The watering might just be because I rub them when they itch, I don't know). It's really, really uncomfortable, and I think I&...


 What are some good ways to deal with Exema, I've developed it as an allergic reaction.?
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 Is there anything else I do about my allergies other than Zyrtec, Sudafed and Flonase?????
I have SEVERE SEVERE allergies too Perfume, Dust, Pollen and normal seasonal allergies. I never had them when I lived in Seattle but since moving to Texas I have them SEVERE to the point that it ...


 My ears are clogged. How can i unclog them without medication or doctors help. theyre clogged cuz i had a cold
My ears are clogged because i just got over a cold. i took allergy medication and it cleared up my plugged nose, but now my ears are clogged and I have a pageant tomorrow and I have to speak and ...


 Why am I breaking out in Hives?
It's all over me. It's just spots that get very very itchy and then get raised and then after awhile go away, and then they leave these little red dots all in the area, which disappear in a ...


 What is the procedure for getting tested for allergies?
Does the doctor take a blood sample, skin tissue, etc...? How long does it take to determine what the person is allergic to? does it take several doctor visits to find out? I would appreciate some ...


 Do you ever have a constant dull migraine?
I've had a constant dull migraine that's concentrated to the area right around my left temple for about a two weeks now. It's sometimes worse but always present and occassionaly makes ...


 What do you take for your seaonal/outdoor allergies?
I have insane, dehabilitating allergies. I've missed three or four days of school because of they, as well as several night's sleep. When it first came out, I took Claratin. I got used to ...


 Allergic to cheese, can anyone help?
I'm not sure if this is classed as a proper allergy however when i eat some cheese such as mozzarella or feta, a few hours later i get bad stomach cramps and sometimes diarrhoea
however i ...


 I'm having issues with my allergies and contact wearing?
Well actually just allergies period. I've had the sniffles almost all day for like 3 days, my eyes itch, and i sneeze sometimes.

I'm mostly bothered by the itchy eyes because I ...



Amz
Allergic to Wheat?
My doctor said I could be allergic to wheat. He took a few blood tests but wont be able to tell me for another 2 weeks. I have never been allergic to anything before. I thought people with allergies were born with them? I no a lot of foods have wheat in them but can anyone tell me all the foods with wheat in it? Or atleast most of what you know?
                     




Sexy dude
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if that is the cause, your disease is called "celiac sprue," then you will have to avoid wheat product for the rest of your life,

here is the site for that

http://www.csaceliacs.org/


kenn32002
Search the web for Celiac Disease. Many people have a genetic predisposition to it. Wheat seems to be the culprit. These web sites often have a list of wheat products. But, you may be jumping the gun, wait to hear what your doc comes up with.


Glutenfreegirl
Hi. I am not allergic to wheat, but have Celiac Disease, which your doc should be testing you for. Celiac is an autoimmune disease inw hich a personc annot digest gluten, a protein in wheat, rye and Barley.
Here is a list of forbidden foods for the Gluten Free diet. If u are only allergic to wheat then u do not need to avoid oats, rye and Barley. But if u have Celiac Disease you will.
http://www.celiac.com/[email protected]5802.d0

Feel free to email me for more info on Celiac.


jennifer s
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You can become allergic to anything later in life. You don't have to be born with allergies. My husband became deathly allergic to ibuprofin when he was about 36. Most things made with flour contain some sort of wheat. There are more and more people developing these allergies. You will find products now advertise "Wheat free" right on the package. Things like crackers, pastas and cereals contain lots of wheat. But now there are tons of companies that are making them wheat free. You will have to start reading labels pretty closely until you get used to it. You will probably want to stay away from anything that says whole grain. I think things made with white flour would be ok, but ask your doctor that to be sure.


David S
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You can become allergic, or sensitive, to anything starting from any moment in your life.

In some situations, you may have been allergic to a thing all your life, but you just didn't show symptoms.

For example, 100% of all people are allergic to the oils in Poison Ivy. However about 1 in 4 do not have any "symptoms" when they are exposed to poison Ivy. Having no symptoms from a previous exposure to poison Ivy does not mean you won't have symptoms on the next exposure though.


lemondrop
You can develop an allergy to anything at any time in your life.

Bread, Cereal, Pasta, Cookies, Crackers, Ice Cream, Ketchup.........check out this website http://www.webmd.com/allergies/guide/wheat-allergy


belligerent assistant
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Hi, please note that an allergy to wheat isn't the end of the world. Mostly because its not the same as a gluten allergy so you can still have oats, oat flour (which btw is the completely replacable to white flour, so 1 cup of oat flour = 1 cup of wheat flour).

Besides the obvious, bread products: Look out for enriched flour (wheat (white) flour, food starch (if its packaged in Canada that is corn starch (usually) but in the USA, its usually wheat starch).

Flavoured Tuna, Soy sauce but there are non-wheat varities, terakyi (because of the Soy sauce involved), some processed meats, most processed foods glazes for hams, roast beef, pork roast (just the glazes).

All pasta except for rice pasta and other grains which should identifiy themselves in the name have wheat.

Battered foods have them!! Fried chicken wings, Onion rings, fries, most of the fries from Fast food restaurants.

I find that I make a lot of my own food now, or once I find "safe" products, I write down the product brand name & store & don't get super creative!

Try glass noodles (rice) or Thai noodles, even soba noodles but make sure the soba noodles you are are buckwheat which isn't actually a wheat at all! Neither is wheat grass--its just called that!

Oh yes, you should also avoid dried flowers, plants that you can purchase at stores, not stuff you have dried yourself as the stuff they spray on the flowers is actually wheat based.

Anything gluten free is also safe & because celiacs (ppl who have a gluten intolerance) are a larger market than those of us who have a wheat allergy or intolerance, then its easier to find food that is gluten free over food that is simply wheat free.

To find bread with a similar texture, try tapicoa flour mixtures, things to avoid, rice bread--its almost always very crumbly & hard to eat because of that. Plus it doesn't toast well.

Actually hardly ANY non-wheat product toasts in a toaster well except for items made with oat flour or tapicoa mixtures.

You may also find a bakery around, if you bring them a recipie, for only $4-5 a loaf, you should be able to get them to make you your bread or your dough vs you doing it.

I have a local bakery make me wheat free food on a regular basis.

As well, try to avoid spelt & kamuta both are orginal versions of wheat. In the 70's they brought the 2 together to make a more resilent wheat product that would last through the winters easier.

So that is when the most of the allergies to wheat began to appear since late 70's, and up.

If you need help, try to google for your local Celiac association & through them, you should find local bakeries, support groups, etc.

Good luck


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