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Anyone Have Experience With Those Expensive Cage Free Eggs With Omega 3 And Rash

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I had 2 this morning and have been itching all day long. I feel like I have bugs crawling under my skin. What the heck is this could I be alergic to eggs. I noticed my sores are extra itchy. Maybe the iodine in the eggs is there enough iodine in these types of eggs to make my sores worse and me itchy??

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Maybe. That's why they tell you to use egg whites. Some cage-free eggs intentionally have some nutrients boosted through feed.

I bought a carton of egg whites and that's what I'm using for a while.

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Egg yolks are high in iodine. If I remember correctly I looked at the nutrient info on a box of Eggland's Best eggs and one egg had about 50 mcg of iodine which is a pretty big hit all at once.

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Oh my god, I never understood why my DH reacted to eggs....just figured I was also allergic to egg.

The iodine content makes sense. Thanks you guys!

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Egg yolks are high in iodine. If I remember correctly I looked at the nutrient info on a box of Eggland's Best eggs and one egg had about 50 mcg of iodine which is a pretty big hit all at once.

And I had 2 eggs.I wont do that again. I have been sratchin and squirming all day. I know my coworkers think I'm nuts. God this is awful, I can't imagine having this before cortisone cream. Some on my back started welting up. I dug at both my upper arms and elbows today so bad I was all scratched up, that looks real good over active lesions and scars. I've been a hot mess all day. Sigh! :(

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You need ice packs, pronto!

And I know you don't want to hear this but corticosteroids actually stopped my DH from healing (best as I could tell). Everyone is different.

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You need ice packs, pronto!

And I know you don't want to hear this but corticosteroids actually stopped my DH from healing (best as I could tell). Everyone is different.

Well that explains why I have them so long it does seam like at times it take these forever to go away. I took one of my husbands Hydroxyzines last night at best it put my lights out. I am looking forward to Monday that's when I go to the Derm there has to be something they can give me.

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Yes, Dapsone but it's pretty evil stuff so you may reconsider.

I think the corticosteroids kept the rash knocked down a bit (didn't have as weepy blisters as I did off it) but it never went away while using it. Got off them, the rash blew up (be prepared and do it on a Friday) but when it went down it went down further and healed like never before.

Dermatologists seem to think corticosteroids are the holy grail so be prepared for pushback, I'd had very negative reactions to injected corticosteroids so mine wasn't surprised it was giving me a negative reaction.

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Oh my god, I never understood why my DH reacted to eggs....just figured I was also allergic to egg.

The iodine content makes sense. Thanks you guys!

Well I guess I am going to be my worst enemy. I figured if I just ate a regular egg instead of the egg-lands best eggs with all the stuff in them I would be ok just 1 is all I ate last night. Well between the eggs on Wednesday the potato salad I made with egg in it and 1 egg last night I woke up to a nice blister just below my bottom and one on the side of my thigh, not meaning to early this morning when I woke up the one on my backside was itching and not realizing it was a blister I scratched and well we know what happened then and they have been hurting all day. sigh :( I'm miserable.

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