I'm lactose intolerant. Also, around age 21, I became allergic to almonds, hazelnuts, and brazil nuts.. which stinks. I think they're delicious! It's not a life threatening thing, but it is annoying :P
Callie Ruth *** June 4, 2008
Conor Brian *** October 4, 2011
My October Space
Not a single allergy or intolerance until this pregnancy. Apparently I've become lactose intolerant. I plan to talk to the dr. about it on Tuesday, but it's gotten WAY worse than the beginning of the pregnancy. ....Lisa, do you take Lactaid or anything for it? Was wondering if you can while pregnant. Glad to finally have it figured out, but it's miserable not being able to eat some of my favorite things.
I was really allergic to seafood when I was younger, but grew out of it. I don't like it though since I never ate it growing up. I did eat an oyster when I was about 19 (it was fried) and I was SO SICK..and no one else was that ate it so I assume I'm still allergic/sensitive to them. But I've eaten shrimp and stuff and never had a problem.
I also have such terrible seasonal allergies that fruit makes my mouth and throat itch terribly.
I have no food allergies but I am VERY allergic to Penicillan, all sulfur based antibiotics (like septra), and there is another that I can;t remember but its what they gave me when I was in labor with DS#4 and I immediately had a reaction...
Amanda~mommy to Kodey & Kaleb 4/29/99,Cameron 4/30/00,Cheyann 10/14/03, Cole 11/16/07, and Alli 09/30/11
I don't have any food allergies, but I am extremely picky. A lot of the foods I don't like used to hurt my stomach when I was little. I seem to have outgrown the tummy aches (for the most part) but have kept the aversions.
Kristin + Richard May 2007
Mommy to Sarah Caroline