I feel for all that have suffered attacks due to menesturstion.
I have had all my anphalatic ( spell?) attacts the week of menesturation.
For some strange reason hormones effect my allergies. I though i could be senisive to gluten ( wheat) but reecently discovered ( emergency visit) that whats causing my attacks is the salicylate ( plant base) in fruits, veg.
Salicylate intolerance can also cause joint and musle pain.
So now all i can eat is wheat, pasta, bread, rice......
So basicly these are the foods that are keeping me out of the hospital.
But are causing me to gain weigh. . Possible ADD all the fun stuff that go along with wheat intake.
I am not sure what to do now!!!!! Obgyn confused. Allergist confused,
Now i am eating all procesed wheat because i cant eat fruits and veg.
I am so fustrated. I know all this carb intake is bad for me in the long run but not sure what else to do ( eat)
Salicylate is the plants natural ability to fight off fungus.
Has anyone ever experenced anything like this?
I think GMO and chemicals is what messed up my system 8 years ago but now i need to know how to fix it, i cant possible continue to eat like this. Not even sure what type of dr to see now.
Fyi Saw 19 allergist anded up with bio idenitcal hormoney replacment
( saved my life) but still want to know what to eat.
What caused in the first place. Am i stuck on bio for life? Will i ever beable to eat fruits and veg again? Do i put them back in my diet the weeks i am not menstrating? So scary!!!!! Dont want to end up back in emergency.
Suggestions? ( why is there no spell check on web md) lolView Thread
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