Who else is allergic to fruit ?

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In the last 3 years I have found myself allergic to all fruit fresh except : tomatoes , lemon and lime

Vegatables : mostly all I am still learning as I go

I can have cooked fruit like jelly etc . Not cooked carrots and Fe others

They give me an infection in my left ear , it suddenly fills up with fluid and the pain is wow . Or like orange juice it give a rash , scared my neck even . I can't even touch an orange without a rash now .

Also whole milk , give me an infection .

Anyone else with this fibro side affect ?

It hard going anywhere to eat and I have to be super careful . Thanks

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    I don't have food allergies, but it must be awful.  Are you sure you are allergic to the food or to something that is sprayed on them at the farm or in the store?  Some milk may have things added to them as well.  I would start by talking to someone in alternative medicine that knows something about food allergies.  Hopefully someone here knows more than me!  I dont even know if this is common with fibromyalgia. Good Luck to you. 

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      It's a rare side effect is what I'm learning . And I have tried cleaning and washing super well and no luck . Dr thinks it may be the bees fault . The bee pollinates the fruit after its had rag weed etc and my body is protecting it from it . Watermelon and apples make my mouth itch . Just berries and oranges are the worst . It was around same time diagnosed with fibro along with medication and antibotics . So my surgery was fun lol . Can't have lidocaine ha . I can have raw honey to help with what I need it too . And do many natural as I can if not allergic to it . And as always find out the hard way but I have prednazone with me at all times now smile

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    Hi Julie 53648 I would see your gp have a word with them, I have fibro I havnt had any problems with any food Im eating I dont think its anything to do fibro. take care
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