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Egg Allergy (igg) - Elimination Causing Withdrawls?

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My son (2) just got his IgG allergy test back. He extremely reactive to eggs. We have removed them from his diet. This was weds night. Today he is showing a lot of aggressive behavior that subsided once we went gluten free. He had withdrawals from the gluten. Could he go through withdrawals from the eggs?

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Here's a link to a book on Google Books that seems to say - yes, any food causing an intolerance can cause withdrawals. It gives a detailed description of possible symptoms and the timeline.

Just FYI, I have never heard of this phenomenon myself. My spouse had withdrawal symptoms from casein, but not gluten or eggs.

http://books.google.com/books?id=dSguVn9W0...wal&f=false

if the link fails, the title of the book is Food allergy and intolerance By Jonathan Brostoff, Stephen J. Challacombe

Published in 2002. It looks like a really interesting book.

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Here's a link to a book on Google Books that seems to say - yes, any food causing an intolerance can cause withdrawals. It gives a detailed description of possible symptoms and the timeline.

Just FYI, I have never heard of this phenomenon myself. My spouse had withdrawal symptoms from casein, but not gluten or eggs.

http://books.google.com/books?id=dSguVn9W0...wal&f=false

if the link fails, the title of the book is Food allergy and intolerance By Jonathan Brostoff, Stephen J. Challacombe

Published in 2002. It looks like a really interesting book.

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