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Old 11-08-2015, 05:52 PM
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Over 50 and now, Now, NOW I'm allergic to eggs? What gives? New chicken antibiotics?
This is totally messed up. I quite alcohol years age, cigarette years ago, sleeping with ugly women years ago, spicy food years ago, whole milk years ago, but eggs? I'm having a difficult time dealing with this one.

Breaking out in a red rash every time I eat eggs. I made oyster dressing and the 3 eggs added to the large dish messed me up.
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How ugly were these women? Pix needed
Beats me I was drunk........ My friends told me, don't turn around, run, don't walk, don't jog, run.
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I'm 45 and I got allergies for the first time in my life this year. It suks!!

Bummer about the eggs.

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Sure it was eggs and not the oysters.

The wife developed allergies to shellfish and pineapples at around age 40.
Makes some cool Angelina Jolie lips, but the mood is pretty much ruined beyond that.

Epi pens are always handy now.
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The only thing I am allergic to is pain....
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Old 11-08-2015, 07:13 PM
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Sure it was eggs and not the oysters.

The wife developed allergies to shellfish and pineapples at around age 40.
Makes some cool Angelina Jolie lips, but the mood is pretty much ruined beyond that.

Epi pens are always handy now.
Nah it's the eggs. I messed around for two weeks narrowing it down. I will go crazy if I ever turn allergic to shell fish. Crazy crazy I tell you. I'm gonna miss my eggs and ham, poached eggs, deviled eggs. It's a bummer. Spinach and eggs, omlets
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It is crazy. I'll tell you these allergies are a game changer. My wife and I are not allergic to much. Me, pollen but not too bad. Wife, allergic to cats and some dogs. Our son, allergic to everything but oxygen. It baffles us.
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Dairy, not an alergy so much it's more of an intolerance. I still eat/drink it to piss my coworkers off lol. Used to have a problem with hornets, went away in my late 20's
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I've been mildly allergic to shellfish my whole life. I still eat it every chance I get and just deal with the hives. It's only 1 out of 3 times I eat it though and the hives are halted with some benedryl. Still what a pita...

The one that kills me though is I turned allergic to coffee a few years ago. It took me 6 months to narrow it down because I refused to believe it but it's true. After a few cups my throat gets so tight I can barely sleep. I'll trade you eggs for coffee...
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I've been mildly allergic to shellfish my whole life. I still eat it every chance I get and just deal with the hives. It's only 1 out of 3 times I eat it though and the hives are halted with some benedryl. Still what a pita...

The one that kills me though is I turned allergic to coffee a few years ago. It took me 6 months to narrow it down because I refused to believe it but it's true. After a few cups my throat gets so tight I can barely sleep. I'll trade you eggs for coffee...
Wow
as I sip my coffee this am. Pistachio nuts do that to me in large quantities.
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At least your not allergic to beer..
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At least your not allergic to beer..
Wow swift kick to the nuts..
My fatty liver is allergic to alcohol. Had to quit drinking years ago.
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I can't go near clams. I wind up making passionate love to the porcelain throne for hours. When I was younger working in the manholes in NYC, it was bran muffins. Word always got out that I had eaten bran muffins for breakfast with my coffee and guys would flip a coin to see who went in the manhole with me.
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I was hooking up with this girl that was extremely deathly allergic to every kind of nut or nut oil, except my nutt lol. Had to keep her epipen at my house and one on her just in case a restaurant cooked with a peanut oil or cross contaminated. Didn't realize what a hassle it could be just to order some food.
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Have you tried the free range eggs that don't have all the chemicals in them?
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My wife is allergic to eggs but can eat duck eggs and can also eat egg whites, you might be the same.
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