Allergies to wheat symptoms

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268911 tn?1213744781 over a month or two i became intolerant to dairy and gluten, and i started to develop asthma and had all of the symptoms of allergies. i finally went to an allergist who did an allergy test on me, and found that i am allergic to diary, wheat, nuts, eggs, but that i was much more allergic to a lot of the grasses and trees which were around. he told me that all of the trees and grasses had my allergies going and the food just pushed it over the edge.
Avatar m tn One common way people get food allergies (like wheat) is because of antibiotic use which causes candida to develop in the gut which causes leaky gut which causes the food protien (such as wheat protein which is small enough) to go through the intestinal wall into the bloodstream, which causes an immune system response resulting in antibioties, thus an allergy. It also commonly happens with dairy as well.
Avatar n tn My daughter has nearly all the classic symptoms for celiac, but her bloodwork came back negative. Is this unusual? I had to request an endoscopy to confirm it - the GI dr agreed to do it but says she probably just has a wheat/gluten allergy and that an allergist will have to diagnose that. I thought celiac was an allergy to gluten...any input would be greatly appreciated.
541196 tn?1293552936 Your symptoms do not sound like food allergies. Possibly, food intolerance, which effects the digestive system. There are a slew of gastrointestinal diseases that can cause the symptoms you are experiencing (ie:colitis, irritable bowel synsrome, diverticulitis, crohn's disease, and list goes on). Have you to tried an elimination diet to see what may be causing your symptoms?
709686 tn?1277432159 Sorry for the heading but I'm at my ropes end here. I have had several celiac panel testes done to see if I'm allergic to wheat, barley and oats...both have come back negative. When I tell my doctor of my symptoms she quickly dismisses them as seasonal allergies. My MAJOR symptom is anxiety.
Avatar m tn Hi there, I'm brand new to this site and was hoping to find some answers. For about a month or two, I've been having reactions to food. The symptoms include swollen nasal passages (not runny), to the point where i can barely breathe out of my nose. My chest feels as if it tightens up, and my through feels strange. I can't really describe the feeling in my throat, it doesn't itch or hurt, but feels as something is off.
1378381 tn?1444866015 Since I started drinking alcohol I've been having issues with reactions to many. I seem to have an allergy to wheat (i've known since i was young, as i get gas when i ingest too much) Basically to list off a few things i've had issues with. Any beers. Smirnoff Ice, VK's Cheap mixed alcohols. Koperberg. Cider.(apple and pear) This can include rose wine too (but think thats a nut allergy) In all of the above i get a constricting windpipe.
874521 tn?1424116797 I, as well as all of the other English Bulldog owners I know have experienced foods containing wheat to be a problem for this breed 90% of the time even though food allergies only account for 10% of dog allergies overall. When mine started to experience these problems, the Vet pointed to wheat being the most likely possible cause in this breed.
Avatar m tn This is a very difficult diet to do, but it may help you find out if you are allergic to wheat or dairy. I had to do this diet myself and to be honest with you, after the 2 weeks.... I felt terrific on this diet and ALL of my allergies cleared up ! If you could go 2 weeks without sugar, cornstarch (found even in ketchup), dairy, wheat and sugar and then slowly reintroduce dairy and wheat... you could find out if you have a gluten intolerance (to wheat).
1356839 tn?1277282040 I have allergies to wheat, corn, soy, potatoes, peanuts, tree nuts and tomatoes. My symptoms were weight gain, inflammation, dry eyes, itching during exercise, asthma, swollen hands and ankles, headaches and itchy mouth. I think they vary quite a bit from person to person. I also get extreme hunger pains when I start to eat something I am allergic to if I start with an empty stomach.
Avatar f tn Have you checked the ingredients in your pet food? Did you know corn, wheat and soy are the three biggest culprits as far as food allergies in dogs and cats. Chewing on the paws, licking the feet, itchy, red flakey skin, dull coat, intestinal upset are common symptoms of a food allergy. I would try a Natural Super Premium pet food or an Organic pet food.
Avatar n tn I have never had a reaction while eating nuts(been 6 years since I touched them) and wheat no reaction but now seeing this +++ to wheat has me concerned and I am starting to feel things which may be only panic/aniexty. I am scheduled to have skin tests in April but i'm nervous about everything I eat. So can you please tell me if I am missing something. How can he say I am not allergic when I have +++ everywhere..
Avatar m tn maybe try an equivalent that is rice .. rice is lower on the allergin list than wheat and barley and see if she still rubs the eyes? Do they look red and/or puffy? I'm a mom to children who have had or have severe allergies and my son had issues at 8mos old from barley and it went away on rice (he had dermatitis).
Avatar f tn Based on your comments, it is quite possible that you may be allergic to wheat and gluten which is in many wheat products. It sounds to me that you could benefit from such a test and then at least you would know what foods or things you are allergic to. I wish you well.
Avatar n tn My son is allergic to dairy, eggs, and wheat. Polenta with currants and veges is a favourite for him. You will have to make things from scratch and eating out will be difficult. Some of those things might be more intolerances than allergies so he might be able to tolerate a little of it (like cooked soy in commercial breads). Soups (pumpkin, sweet potato, corn). He won't mind he is missing cheese and yoghurt if you make things normal and no fuss now.
Avatar f tn I then had my first allergic reaction to wheat. Since then, every time I have wheat I come dangerously close to a visit to the ER, I start itching all over, my throat feels tight and I start breathing like a fish out of water. I saw an allergist and he said I was fine based on the negative skin test, but I continued on my gluten-free wheat-free diet anyway. Then I started to have reactions to cashews, so I stopped eating those.
177465 tn?1288238463 s office and they were pretty confident that his symptoms were unrelated to the testing or from with-holding of wheat products, but I'm unsure of that. He's never, ever had a diaper rash. Period. And for this to be so extreme, I feel that something is not right! Is it possible that the removal of these products (or maybe something in the testing) could be causing this reaction? Thanks!
676912 tn?1332812551 As far as peas, be mindful of cross reactions. It is likely all peas because of cross reactions. A common allergen is tomatoes and their cousins in the nightshade family, but especially tomatoes. On any elimination diet tomatoes are forbidden while testing for sensitivities, which are like hidden food allergies. One doesn't necessarily test positive for these food sensitivities. Keep this in mind if you have had him tested for tomatoes and it tested negative.
Avatar n tn Hi, I have been suffering from a constant dizziness, brain fog/spaceyness, head/face fullness sensation for the past 3 months with no relief from anything! I'm now tapering off a steroid pack which did nothing except make me crazy....I've been on different meds like meclizine, claritin d, mucinex d, nasal sprays - nothing has helped. I was also on antibiotics when these symptoms first started. If the cause is allergies, wouldn't the steriods have helped?
Avatar f tn I, too, am allergic to wheat, it is very common as bsml said, so is whey. Sometimes, they are not allergies, but "sensitivities" however, both can make you feel crummy. As I stated earlier, I have allergies, quite a few, but, I am used to them, and I try not to eat those that I know are the most offending very sparingly, usually, that helps to keep things at bay.
Avatar f tn a half I have lost a lot of weight but drs dnt seem concerned. Unable to eat because I always have these flu like symptoms, major migranes, and joint pains, nausea, vomiting and dyhradation many ER visits. So I dedcided to look into what I ate and noticed that dairy, seafood, beef, caffeine, chocolate any sugar. These things made my stomach cramp, constipation, migranes, fatigue, dizzy, cold like symptoms, itching. Yet I had been having these symptoms for many years they said I had IBS.
Avatar f tn One of the most common causes of rash and vomiting is a food allergy. People can develop allergies to a wide variety of foods, including nuts, dairy products, shellfish, eggs, and wheat. Symptoms include lip and mouth swelling, nausea, stomach pains, and diarrhea, in addition to vomiting. The itchy rash that typically develops is also known as hives and tends to appear as large, flat, pink or red bumps.
Avatar f tn Hi I'm a newbie to this. I was diagnosed allergic to wheat and milk last Thursday and since then has been trying to eat better. No more chest pains or throat tightness but I still have tummy issues and super tired. How long does it take to start feeling better?? I'm wondering if maybe I'm missing something or not doing something right. Thank you!! Also any tips are greatly appreciated!!
Avatar f tn It can certainly reduce stress and anxiety. It can reduce allergies as well if what you mean by healthy eating means reducing the intake of pro-inflammatory foods that can cause or exacerbate allergies. The most common of these for most people is dairy and wheat, but soy and corn can also be common problems. Eating organically grown foods might help, as they might have fewer chemicals on them that you might be allergic to or that might force your immune system to go on overdrive.
Avatar n tn Loe and behold, constipation (which was a severe problem, leading me to believe I was allergic to wheat) totally vanished. My appetite returned because I am not scared to eat bread anymore. Unfortunate for me though, I have lesions and bumps cropping up... basically whenever and wherever they please. I am miserble and refuse to take any meds. Best thing to do is figure out the triggers. My skin was clear for a year and I thought it was due to my choice of skincare products and detergents.