My girl friend has a problem with her throat swelling at random times. Usually it's after she eats but, we looked at what she's ate and we can't find a similarity these are all separate meals that have caused them, chicken strips and fries, scrambled eggs, milk shake, sweet and our sauce with white rice, turkey burger on bun, it seems everything she eats causes it. I was wondering if any suggestions, sadly shes currently unemployed and cannot afford proper medical care to see a doctor.
Hi You could try eliminating wheat. In other words a gluten free diet? You will find this imformation on the internet if you look under a gluten free diet. Milk is also something that causes allegies and those foods all have milk products. I wouldn't eliminate both together I would try one then if it is the same I would try the other. Eggs can cause allegies as well. You really should try to go to the dr this can be serious. Hope this helps and you sort it out. Cheers
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