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allergies... is this possible?

Posted by on Jan. 23, 2013 at 8:16 PM
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first of all i have a doctor appt. for next week (soonest i could get in) however i think i am allergic to carrots, potatos and tomatos. 

is it even possible? i have ate them my whole life. now for the last couple of months whenever i eat them within hours my lips mouth and face swell really bad. 

at least this seems to be what causes it. 

i had a baby 5-6 months ago if that makes any difference. 

the only other thing i was thinkin was a thyroid issue....

any opinions or thoughts. im stressing myself out lately with this.

by on Jan. 23, 2013 at 8:16 PM
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peanutsmommy1
by Gold Member on Jan. 23, 2013 at 8:18 PM
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Yep, it is possible to develop them at any time in your life
KMAsMommy9182
by Toujours Raison on Jan. 23, 2013 at 8:21 PM

Yes, it is possible, especially after having a child. 

PEACHES1721
by on Jan. 23, 2013 at 8:25 PM



Quoting KMAsMommy9182:

Yes, it is possible, especially after having a child. 

just curious. why especially after having a child?


PEACHES1721
by on Jan. 23, 2013 at 8:27 PM



Quoting peanutsmommy1:

Yep, it is possible to develop them at any time in your life


i am allergic to antibiotics and had asthma as a child and i have seasonal allergies but Ive never been allergic to food. 

loving.life
by on Jan. 23, 2013 at 8:31 PM
My allergies go into overdrive when preg... likely something to do with high hormone levels.

My food coloring sensitivity first revealed during a pregnancy.


Quoting PEACHES1721:




Quoting KMAsMommy9182:

Yes, it is possible, especially after having a child. 

just curious. why especially after having a child?



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KMAsMommy9182
by Toujours Raison on Jan. 23, 2013 at 8:36 PM

Having a child can completely change your body in a multitude of ways.  Everything from your skin and hair to your bones and joints is effected by having children.  A lot of women have medical issues that "pop up" after having children, or their prior conditions can get significantly better or worse.  I would trade your food allergies for my post-baby medical problems any day. 

Quoting PEACHES1721:



Quoting KMAsMommy9182:

Yes, it is possible, especially after having a child. 

just curious. why especially after having a child?



PEACHES1721
by on Jan. 23, 2013 at 8:51 PM

i was no aware that it could affect you in that way :/

what kind of issues did you develope? ( if you dont mind me asking)


Quoting KMAsMommy9182:

Having a child can completely change your body in a multitude of ways.  Everything from your skin and hair to your bones and joints is effected by having children.  A lot of women have medical issues that "pop up" after having children, or their prior conditions can get significantly better or worse.  I would trade your food allergies for my post-baby medical problems any day. 

Quoting PEACHES1721:



Quoting KMAsMommy9182:

Yes, it is possible, especially after having a child. 

just curious. why especially after having a child?





PEACHES1721
by on Jan. 23, 2013 at 8:54 PM

im also breastfeeding does that make a difference?

KMAsMommy9182
by Toujours Raison on Jan. 23, 2013 at 8:57 PM

At the end of my pregnancy I developed high blood pressure that I still have 5 years later.  I found out that I had PCOS, which they said I would have had prior to pregnancy, but pregnancy brought out all of the symptoms.  Plus, It made my psoriasis worse.  Unrelated, as far as I know, I also have allergies and chronic sinus infections.  I feel like I am falling apart :(

Quoting PEACHES1721:

i was no aware that it could affect you in that way :/

what kind of issues did you develope? ( if you dont mind me asking)


Quoting KMAsMommy9182:

Having a child can completely change your body in a multitude of ways.  Everything from your skin and hair to your bones and joints is effected by having children.  A lot of women have medical issues that "pop up" after having children, or their prior conditions can get significantly better or worse.  I would trade your food allergies for my post-baby medical problems any day. 

Quoting PEACHES1721:



Quoting KMAsMommy9182:

Yes, it is possible, especially after having a child. 

just curious. why especially after having a child?






lmjess
by on Jan. 23, 2013 at 8:58 PM

 I developed tree nut allergies after having my oldest. Every time you're exposed puts you one step closer to a severe anaphylactic shock. Avoid what you think might be triggering your allergy.

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