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What Is Your Soy Reaction?
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I am feeling like complete and utter crap today. I feel glutened. Migraine, swollen intestines, look 6 mo pg. joint pain..I am having gas and when it feels like I have to go, all I get is mucus.

I know it was not the best thing to eat after being glutened but I made some betty crocker brownies and iced them with betty crocker frosting. I just ate a huge one with some water and now I have fluid filled blisters or sores inside my mouth by my lips. Does this sound like it's still from reacting to gluten or does this sound soy like?

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I don't know, but I DID have that instant mouth blister thing happen to me while eating Hagen Daz chocolate ice cream once. It is gluten-free, corn-free and soy-free, so I just assumed I was reacting to chocolate because it never happened with vanilla. That was a long time ago. I hadn't touched chocolate since until I got those Pamela's cookies a couple of weeks ago. I did fine with them. One of these days I'll try the ice cream again.

My normal soy reaction is the same as corn - psoriasis. Probably a bit of brain fog and grumpiness too. Gluten is the only one that bothers my digestion.

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Thanks..I don't think it was the chocolate b/c it happened after lunch too. I had some hormel ham and some hormel salami and soem lays stax and a handful of grapes.

My guts are killing me

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I react to soy the same as gluten. Nausea, fatigue, muscle weakness.

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Not soy (in my case it causes cardiac problems), but I had your same reaction in my mouth when I was allergic to kiwi and pineapple and accidentally even placed a piece on my tongue and then spit it out. That lasted for several years when I was a kid/teen. Didn't have any for more than 10 years, now I can have some, but only rarely, or the sores come up again.

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