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Allergies and intolerances

Is it possible for a food intolerance to be intermittent?

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OrmRenewed · 11/10/2010 12:07

Such as wheat for example?

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eaglewings · 11/10/2010 17:49

Not intermittent as such, but worse when stressed, tired or ill perhaps?

Are you talking about an adult or child?

If there are multiple foods that can't be eaten, then perhaps only eating one of them will show less reaction than eating all at the same time?

I can't eat various foods, and their effect is worse at certain times in my cycle

OrmRenewed · 11/10/2010 18:34

An adult eagle. Me in fact. I was suffering from anxiety and depression at the time when I started to suffer from it - the sh*ts, stomach cramps, wind, weight loss. I stopped the wheat and it went away. A few months later I started taking citalopram and I found I was able to eat wheat again.


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nottirednow · 11/10/2010 20:47

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