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Intolerance to Chicken and Eggs?

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11 months 5 days ago #455 by Sazza
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Just a comment re egg/ chicken intolerance/ allergy .. both my children could not tolerate eggs ( nausea and vomiting) with my eldest child she outgrew it and is fine now. However my son is now 18 and has developed an Intolerance also to chicken .. it doesn’t matter what kind and how it has been cooked .. results in nausea and vomiting. Anyone else experience this? Show less

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9 months 2 days ago #458 by Draco79
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Hi there

I have the same problem with chicken with in half hour of eating chicken my stomach cramps and have the runs real bad.
It doesnt matter how the chicken is cooked it always happens also the same if i have too much peanut butter same result

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9 months 2 days ago #459 by Sazza
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That’s interesting isn’t it? I know this may seem a strange question but have you tried free range or organic chicken? I wonder why peanuts cause the same reaction?

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9 months 2 days ago #460 by Draco79
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Hi sazza
I have tried all different kinds it doesnt matter if its organic free range it doesnt matter if its boiled grilled fried or roasted if its kfc or schnitzel it all does the same consequences after eating chicken.
Yea its with peanut butter eat too much of that does same thing

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9 months 21 hours ago #461 by Sazza
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Have you ever been to the GP about it? I didn’t get much joy when the children were small the GP hadn’t heard of a chicken allergy as such . I think he thought I was weird.. great help!.At first I couldn’t work out if it was chicken or eggs but turned out to be both!
As I said ,my daughter grew out of the chicken intolerance/allergy but still feels a bit rough after egg. My son still can’t have chicken.
Actually with me ,I always fancy chicken but as soon as I start eating it I feel a bit sick ( but that’s all) so I stop.
How long have you had your allergy? Have any of your family got it too? I have tried to research it but not come up with anything so far .. have you?

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1 month 1 day ago #465 by andyirchtr
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Same boat here, I am legitimately allergic to egg white but when I had my intolerances tested (hair test) it showed that I am more reactive to egg Yolk than the white... but both are bad. GI distress, blisters on the sides of my hands or sometimes I am just a little gassy for a few hours.

Chicken has been an intolerance that comes and goes in waves. It was a thing in my teens and 20's, then again in my 40's. White meat chicken is always a problem, sometimes I can get away with a bit of chicken thigh... but I know I am gambling on that one.

For me Citrus has always been a problem, but after a hysterectomy 2.5 years ago I can now tolerate some citrus fruits in very limited amounts and tomato as long as it has been cooked and processed with many things. So catsup and pizza sauce are okay, and I don't have to freak out of there's a slice of lemon or lime in my drink... but a bite of salsa or slice of tomato on a sandwich means 3 benedryls and a very long nap until itching and rippling in my throat stop.

Here's a question... does anyone else also have a problem with oily fish? Salmon, Mackerel, sardine?

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