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I posted something previous to do with this, but I always get anaphylactic symptoms whenever i consume gluten (i am returning to the doctors on monday). 

However i seem to be getting it after every time i eat now. I have only been eating 1 meal a day because i'm worried about getting it during the day and being so affected in my lectures at university, however the 1 meal contains no gluten/wheat/oats, ANYTHING - no dairy either. I'm so worried about it like i've got it right now. My face went extremely blotchy last night and then cleared up when i was going to sleep - however i have felt redness and warmth on my face today. 

I also get a headache and good old (not really) Brain Fog along with this. And my eyes feel ... droopy? And a racing Heart always happens [though the extent varies, not too bad yet].

I'm getting really scared to eat at the moment. I'm wondering if it's the sugars? I've had cereal (everything free milk of course) and i dunno if that could have triggered it? I mean they're not exactly extremely high in sugar so I can't really seem to link it? This stuff is really difficult now and I'm scared the doctor won't be able to do anything- and in the meantime before finding anything about it, I'm really gonna struggle :( 

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58 minutes ago, tammi22 said:

I posted something previous to do with this, but I always get anaphylactic symptoms whenever i consume gluten (i am returning to the doctors on monday). 

However i seem to be getting it after every time i eat now. I have only been eating 1 meal a day because i'm worried about getting it during the day and being so affected in my lectures at university, however the 1 meal contains no gluten/wheat/oats, ANYTHING - no dairy either. I'm so worried about it like i've got it right now. My face went extremely blotchy last night and then cleared up when i was going to sleep - however i have felt redness and warmth on my face today. 

I also get a headache and good old (not really) Brain Fog along with this. And my eyes feel ... droopy? And a racing Heart always happens [though the extent varies, not too bad yet].

I'm getting really scared to eat at the moment. I'm wondering if it's the sugars? I've had cereal (everything free milk of course) and i dunno if that could have triggered it? I mean they're not exactly extremely high in sugar so I can't really seem to link it? This stuff is really difficult now and I'm scared the doctor won't be able to do anything- and in the meantime before finding anything about it, I'm really gonna struggle :( 

It sounds like classic Histamine Intolerance.  You may want to take a look at this article, written by a doctor who has Celiac and was a contributor to this forum for a bit.

http://www.thepatientceliac.com/2014/01/04/mast-cell-activation-syndrome-madness/#comment-11160

I am sorry you are suffering with this.  I have severe allergies, along with Celiac, and my little trick is hives.  I feel your pain!

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1 hour ago, Gemini said:

It sounds like classic Histamine Intolerance.  You may want to take a look at this article, written by a doctor who has Celiac and was a contributor to this forum for a bit.

http://www.thepatientceliac.com/2014/01/04/mast-cell-activation-syndrome-madness/#comment-11160

I am sorry you are suffering with this.  I have severe allergies, along with Celiac, and my little trick is hives.  I feel your pain!

omg just reading this list makes everything seem so clear. thank you so much i am going to discuss it with my doctor on monday :)

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Here's a  list of 14 food allergens that might be helpful.  Eisonophilic esophagitis is another issue that might fit.  It cause reactions in the throat to many foods.

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tammi22,

I agree with Gemini. The link she provided is the best information I have read on the subject.

You also might look up the Niacin protocol.

It involves taking Niacin 100mg titrating it up on 100mg steps till you get up to 500mg and depleting your histamine reserves by way of the Niacin flushing that people  get  in taking Niacin in higher dosages.

If taken (niacin) with food the flushing you get is usually mitigated in 100mg amounts but will over 3 or 4 days usually deplete your histamine reserves so that the hives you are experiencing usually settles down when the histamine is flushed out with high dose niacin.

I had a friend who had a histamine allergy who when taking Niacinamide 500mg (the non flushing form of Niacin) to treat her histamine allergy got better in 3 or 4 months.

It will take 3 or 4 months of taking it (Niacinamide) 3/day to get over a B-Vitamin deficiency.  You will notice you begin burping after each meal when the Niacinamide or Niacin (once the flushing/hives are gone) when you begin burping and your stool sinks to the bottom of the bowl.

A burp that comes in the first twenty minutes will be what you notice when it (burping) begins again if you don't now burp but when you are over you deficiency you will be burping (without carbonated drinks) 2 hours after a meal and even water will cause you to burp after taking Niacinamide for 6 months 3/day.

I think you will notice by then your histamine allergy is much better.  Or at least my friends was.

Niacin regulates how histamines functions in the body.

Here is a good link that explains what modern day doctor's have forgotten about Niacin.

http://www.doctoryourself.com/niacinreviews.html

It natures natural antihistamine because it helps regulate adrenalin in the body.

I think of it as being able to reset your stress clock.  When we have anaphylactic reaction our "stress clock" (my words) goes haywire and we can't shut it off.

Niacin let's us diffuse that ticking time bomb by depleting our histamine reserves.

******This is not medical advice and should not be considered such but taking Niacin should flush your histamine  reserves in 3 or 4 days helping the anaphylactic reaction if it indeed a histamine reaction you are having.

Here is another link that explains how to take Niacin to deplete your histamine reserves.

http://getwellstaywellathome.com/blog/2015/06/seasonal-allergies-and-the-niacin-flush/

I hope this is helpful.

posterboy,

 

 

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11 hours ago, Posterboy said:

tammi22,

I agree with Gemini. The link she provided is the best information I have read on the subject.

You also might look up the Niacin protocol.

It involves taking Niacin 100mg titrating it up on 100mg steps till you get up to 500mg and depleting your histamine reserves by way of the Niacin flushing that people  get  in taking Niacin in higher dosages.

If taken (niacin) with food the flushing you get is usually mitigated in 100mg amounts but will over 3 or 4 days usually deplete your histamine reserves so that the hives you are experiencing usually settles down when the histamine is flushed out with high dose niacin.

I had a friend who had a histamine allergy who when taking Niacinamide 500mg (the non flushing form of Niacin) to treat her histamine allergy got better in 3 or 4 months.

It will take 3 or 4 months of taking it (Niacinamide) 3/day to get over a B-Vitamin deficiency.  You will notice you begin burping after each meal when the Niacinamide or Niacin (once the flushing/hives are gone) when you begin burping and your stool sinks to the bottom of the bowl.

A burp that comes in the first twenty minutes will be what you notice when it (burping) begins again if you don't now burp but when you are over you deficiency you will be burping (without carbonated drinks) 2 hours after a meal and even water will cause you to burp after taking Niacinamide for 6 months 3/day.

I think you will notice by then your histamine allergy is much better.  Or at least my friends was.

Niacin regulates how histamines functions in the body.

Here is a good link that explains what modern day doctor's have forgotten about Niacin.

http://www.doctoryourself.com/niacinreviews.html

It natures natural antihistamine because it helps regulate adrenalin in the body.

I think of it as being able to reset your stress clock.  When we have anaphylactic reaction our "stress clock" (my words) goes haywire and we can't shut it off.

Niacin let's us diffuse that ticking time bomb by depleting our histamine reserves.

******This is not medical advice and should not be considered such but taking Niacin should flush your histamine  reserves in 3 or 4 days helping the anaphylactic reaction if it indeed a histamine reaction you are having.

Here is another link that explains how to take Niacin to deplete your histamine reserves.

http://getwellstaywellathome.com/blog/2015/06/seasonal-allergies-and-the-niacin-flush/

I hope this is helpful.

posterboy,

 

 

if anyone actually suspects they are deficient in vitamin b3 please get tested by a doctor before taking high doses of vitamins that can cause side effects


posterboy,
i don't know how you find all these suspicious "doctor" websites, i guess anyone can create a website, call themselves a doctor and give unreliable medical advice. it might be helpful for you to research pseudoscience in medicine so you can tell which website are making up miracle cures and scamming people.


Doctor Andrew Saul from that doctoryourself.com website has a phD human Ethology that hardly qualifies him to be giving medical or nutritional advice.

Dr. Reuben T. DeHaan is a naturopath not a medical doctor. just skimming through http://getwellstaywellathome.com not only is it full of crazy claims like "every illness is curable" some of the advice sounds dangerous.  he's against vaccinations, belives in inducing fevers, fasting while sick, coffee enemas, advising against mammograms. he promotes allergy testing by checking your pulse, ph testing, thinks milk is toxic, microwaves dangers. clearly every word of his blog is false

i doubt theres any real connection between Niacin and histamines functions if these are the kinds of doctors making those claims

 

 

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