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I am allergic to all fruits, eggs, pork, coffee, popcorn. Most food normal people eat. I am allergic to. I haven't been diagnosed but those foods make me physically sick and vomit.

I eat fish, chicken, drink tea, rice, bread, cake. The same foods every day.
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Anyone on here, like me??!!
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I have quite a few food sensitivities to everyday foods due to an underlying condition ( in the process of finding out what that condition is ). I have similar symptoms, I get quite nauseous and sick after eating certain things.
I strongly suggest you seek out a proper diagnosis. You dont know that its allergies- it could be a sensitivity, an intolerance, or an underlying disease.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Anyone on here, like me??!!
I am allergic to peanuts
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My sibling has quite a few food allergies and gets anaphylaxis when he eats them. How come you haven't been diagnosed?

Just to add, I get nausea and and sometimes vomitIng with a lot of foods and it is not due to allergies so would agree with the person above saying you need to get a diagnosis and not diagnose yourself. This might be something that is quite easily fixed.
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Around this time last year, out of the blue I started having allergic reactions to a massive range of foods including potatoes, chilli peppers, tomatoes, bell peppers and paprika.

I later found out that I have an allergy to cat fleas. Exposure to cat fleas had caused me to become hypersensitive to the foods that I've listed above + more.
I am sharing not sharing this because I think that you are experiencing the same thing as me but just to illustrate how unexpected the course could be. You really do need to see your GP.
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Also, if you are struggling significantly to adapt your diet to your allergies, ask your GP about a potential referral to a dietician.
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Also, if you are struggling significantly to adapt your diet to your allergies, ask your GP about a potential referral to a dietician.
The GP can refer me ?
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The GP can refer me ?
Yes though you cant lead with that... your GP will refer you to a specialist for a proper diagnosis first.
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