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 Post subject: Specific allergens
PostPosted: Tue Apr 22, 2008 11:25 am 
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I've noted on the bottom of most postings that many of you list very detailed and specifc allergies.

Where do you get tested to find all of these out? My allergist only tested for 20 food and 20 inhaled.

Is it standard to only test a few or do you have to go elsewhere?

xo C


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I wonder if your allergist thought anymore would be too muchfor your system? It is possible to get into a state of hyper-responsiveness where you react to those foods which you normally wouldn't react to.

If you still have questions, you should discuss them with your allergist.

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