There's a good chance that they might find what you are allergic to. Allergy testing is sort of process of elimination in combination with different kinds of allergy tests such as the RAST, skin test or epidermal. I hope they find the cause of your allergy soon though. If you go in to see an allergist, you might have them give you a prescription for an Epipen to help you in the future if it was to happen again.
Moderator for Allergies/Asthma and Co-moderator for UC
~Left sided Uc -'92 - Colazal (9 daily), 6mp (50-100mgs), Colocort, Prilosec, Biotin, Forvia, Pro-Bio**Unable to tolerate Asacol, Rowasa or Canasa** ~Allergies - Allegra & Singulair
~Secondary Reynauds Syndrome - '04 - Norvasc~Fibromyalgia - '06~No meds
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