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Date Joined Jun 2014
Total Posts : 16
Posted Today 5:01 AM (GMT -6)
Through elimination, I found I have a severe reaction to MSG, dyes, coloring, food additives (see www.fedup.com.au for the list). Reaction includes severe GERD, choking feeling , throat tight, pins needles extremities, bad dizziness palpitations, tingling around mouth and jaw. I get this if gluten ingested. My celiac blood test thru Labcorp was negative for Celiac, but I get that reaction with just a crumb of gluten.
Now I'm prescribed Doxycycline, Lyme test positive thru Igenex. Inactive ingredients include lactose anhydride, blue dye 1and 28. , gelatin, some sort of cellulose. I went off allergy meds, omeprazole, and gluten June 13. within 24 hours half my symptoms improved, but since I've been very hypersensitive. I eat no processed food, just rice beans and veggies , some fish. Anyone else with similar problem? Is there an additive free antibiotic resource?
Also, I made an appt with a neurologist due to ataxia dizziness neuropathies. Hard to know if Lyme or gluten issues . I've had abdominal probs., hives, angioedema off and on since childhood. I never knew what brainfog was til it lifted June 13.
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